Stewart D’Arrietta and his band played to a very appreciative audience of Cohen fans who were delighted to hear Cohen’s music played live again. The band was well balanced and D’Arrietta looked and sounded enough like Cohen to carry off his songs.
Two amazing gigs coming up in Adelaide pay tribute to Morrison's seminal album Astral Weeks.
The choir was formed in 2002 and has enjoyed incredible success around the world, winning four Grammy Awards, an Emmy and an Academy Award nomination.
Sometimes described as a “punk-cabaret artist”, Palmer is a singer-songwriter-performer-writer-subversivemadwoman and all-round babe.
Former Cabaret Festival director Kate Ceberano and former Adelaide Festival director, Paul Grabowsky are old colleagues. So it’s good to see them together in a show of love songs.
A renowned interpreter of Dylan, for this tour, Barb Jungr has specifically chosen “the P songs”: philosophical and political, by both Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.
Based on real-life events, three people struggle through relationships and life, but what get's them through is Leonard Cohen's song, Hallelujah.
After a sell-out show in August, Max Savage has decided to reprise his presentation of Van Morrison’s seminal album Astral Weeks.
Adelaide singer-songwriter Max Savage is a young man of diverse and complex musical interests. He talks to Glam's Tracey Korsten about his upcoming Fringe gig.
Tess Coleman and Michael Liddle present a tribute to the songs and music of Leonard Cohen, in particular, his earlier work.
Presented by the Adelaide Cabaret Festival Reviewed Sunday 9th June 2013 Adelaide audiences haven’t seen Barb Jungr for six years or so and her current show, Stockport to Memphis, is essentially an autobiographical journey that takes us from her roots in sleepy Stockport in Cheshire – “a town with a co-op, that’s all you need […]
Smashing expectations one soaring harmony at a time, six women take on the world’s most famous male musicians and reinvent them as surprising, bawdy, hilarious cabaret. Masculinity mixed up with stellar female vocals, big hair, rosy cheeks and a whole lot of ridiculous dancing.