A funkfest for the ages. You wont see something this groovy for a long time. George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelics and the Red. Hot. Chili. Peppers.
Author and pop culture obsessive Alan J Whiticker, comprehensively delves into the history behind a dozen albums that were part of the sound track of his youth.
Thirty-five years in, and Bon Jovi can still put on a show unlike any other.
The autobiography of Roger Daltry, the lead singer of one of the most legendary bands of the last 50-plus years, The Who.
Andrew Strong knows how to deliver: he sings like a Guinness-soaked angel and shreds a guitar like he's channeling Rory Gallagher.
Soul and rock singer, and star of the hit film The Commitments, chats to Glam before his up-coming tour of Australia early next year.
A biography of SA-born Robert Stigwood, the man behind the success of numerous bands, films & muscial stage plays, from the Bee Gees to Jesus Christ Superstar.
Adelaide Entertainment Centre hosted iconic Aussie rockers Grinspoon in a sell-out show on Saturday, August 26th, as part of their ‘A Guide To Better Living’ 20th Anniversary tour.
One of the lynch-pins of Australian and New Zealand blues-rock, Kevin Borich still puts the same energy into a show as he did 40 years ago.
If you were looking for a quiet Sunday evening, then this was definitely NOT the gig for you. Adelaide’s own HQ hosted UK rockers The Cult in an epic Sunday Service of rockstar proportions. Support act ‘The Art’, formerly ‘The Follow’ consisting of four members, hail from Sydney. Boy what a sound! What a show! […]
This easy listening debut CD of The Fatherhood features original catchy tunes. They're a new South Australian indie folk/rock band that celebrates our State.
‘I Can Feel That You Don’t Love Me‘ was certainly not the general consensus for the audience attending Adelaide’s Jive bar on Friday the 11th of November, as the eminent Kingswood prepared to take the stage. With support acts Lost Woods and Glass Skies, the audience were sure to get their fill of all Australian […]
With the pedal truly to the metal on their world tour, L7 show little sign of slowing down since recently reforming after more than a decade of collective absence from the stage. Rewind to the late 80s/early 90s music scene, where male bands dominate the rock/grunge scene. Enter L7, a 4-piece, all girl outfit who […]
In a monster bill, both complementary and inspiring, You Am I, Something For Kate and Spiderbait will team up for the first time for an onslaught through a day on the green wineries in November.
When AC/DC rock Adelaide Oval, they will have some very special support acts joining them. Check out who here...
These photos from the epic KISS concert in Adelaide will make you feel like you are there all over again...
One of the biggest band's just rocked Adelaide to the core, and we have the full wrap up from the KISS concert right here...
Black Sabbath fans go crazy! The End, their farewell tour is making its way to Adelaide. Rock on
The band revealed last night that they will 'kick-off' the tour with a special mini-concert at the NRL Grand Final at ANZ Stadium on Sunday, 4 October, where they will be the only artist performing
British rock royalty, Uriah Heep, gave the punters a night to remember, performing classics from their over 40-year career, as well as five songs from their new album, “Outsider’, including the anthem-like “One Minute”.