Andrew Strong knows how to deliver: he sings like a Guinness-soaked angel and shreds a guitar like he's channeling Rory Gallagher.
Future Island got the crowd going at The Gov...
It's a unique band that finds itself cherished as a bona fide legend in the ARIA Hall of Fame while not only remaining a virtual enigma to the world that knows its name but also remains as consistent and as relevant as any band even half their age.
The Governor Hindmarsh saw the much anticipated return of seminal 'sub-pop' pioneers, Radio Birdman on Saturday Night, and although the band has been through several lineup changes in recent years the current crop really hits the mark!
James Reyne plays Australian Crawl: The Crawl Files Live is the closest thing fans will ever get to an Australian Crawl reunion, and James has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from fans. ‘It’s something I’ve been asked about constantly over the years, but I never expected it to take off to this degree. We’re going through the vaults now, digging out a few gems!’ He’s promising a no holds barred, full band, rock’n’ roll assault, performing the best from the Aussie Crawl songbook.
Best of the Edinburgh Fest celebrates 15 years with three more international comedian acts at The Gov during the 2014 Adelaide Fringe.
Iconic Australian jazz trio The Necks are returning to Australia for a headline tour to all Australian capitals to launch their 17th full length release, “Open”.
‘Songs That Made Me’ unites four of Australia’s finest female singer/songwriters, Katie Noonan, Abby Dobson, Angie Hart and Martha Marlow, to share stories of their influences, artistic journeys and the landmark songs that have sound-tracked their lives. Following a sell out preview season at Sydney venue Camelot last month, interest and demand has been so […]
After a long hiatus, and years of constant requests from their fans, the multiple ARIA award winning rock band The Superjesus will reform for one night only and perform in their hometown of Adelaide, where it all began.
Fresh from recording their brand new duet album Come Together, released October 5, The Voice's Prinnie Stevens and Mahalia Barnes will be embarking on a national tour.
To help you plan your New Years Eve this year, we've put together a list of some of the biggest events and parties in and around Adelaide.
Whitlams' frontman Tim Freedman has returned with his first album in five years, the aptly titled Australian Idle, released this week through Sony Music. One of Australia's most loved and respected musicians, Tim Freedman along with his new band The Idle, have recorded an album rife with 70s and 80s influences. Taking cues from Elton John, 10CC, the Beach Boys, Australian Idle is a joyous body of work and a return to from for Freedman, whose work with The Whitlams has resulted in a slew of ARIA nominations and wins; even topping the Triple J Hottest 100 in 1997.
Nineties alternative pop rock outfit The Clouds introduce an impressive array of Australian acts for their Reunion Tour shows in Sydney, Fremantle and Adelaide in November and December.
With an emphasis on local talent, many of South Australia's most exciting up and coming bands will be performing, including The Shiny Brights, These Wild Animals, Smells Like September, Irie Knights, Semi Normal, Kingston Downes, and headliners The Killgirls.
Hip hop artists Pez and Maya Jupiter will be spreading the message of respectful relationships to young people across Australia on their Change It For The Better tour.
The Theatre Sports Celebrity Challenge is a fundraising night full of laughter and fun for The Humour Foundation; a national charity dedicated to promoting the health benefits of humour.