In 1968 a relatively unknown Irish singer-songwriter walked into a recording studio in New York, with a bunch of session musicians, few of whom he knew, and produced one of the greatest albums of all time. The singer was Van Morrison, and the album was Astral Weeks.
With his new show, Nobody Knows My Name, Max Savage presents original songs and spoken-word all set around the city after-dark.
Elder Park's annual New Years Eve celebration has got you covered for live entertainment, food, drink, and all things festive, as well as an example for a sustainable 2019 ahead.
Two amazing gigs coming up in Adelaide pay tribute to Morrison's seminal album Astral Weeks.
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.
The latest of the Adelaide Music Collective sessions, featuring inductions to the SA Music Hall of Fame, were held on Friday April 10 to a capacity audience at the Goodwood Institute. These nights are jewels in the crown of SA music and was as entertaining and inspiring as any you are ever likely to experience.
Opening for Keith Urban and Guy Sebastian is a big ask, but for Max Savage and the False Idols, it’s “super exciting.” The local muso is playing on Sunday night at the Clipsal 500 as part of the Bands on Track initiative.
During 2012, Carclew Youth Arts is celebrating four decades of nourishing the artistic and cultural lives of South Australian children and young people aged 26 and under.