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Lee Kernaghan Celebrates 30 Years Of Hits

In the world of Australian country music the name Slim Dusty tops the list but there is one man following in Slim's footsteps & ticking of major milestones along the way. That man is none other than Lee Kernaghan, who is this year celebrating 30 years of hits with the release of his album, The […]

Ruby’s Summer Fiesta Returns

It's proved one of Sydney's most popular venues with its unique indoor/outdoor setting and splendid architectural design. Ruby's, in the Joynton Avenue Creative Centre at Zetland is one of the best places to hear a live band and experience a balmy Sydney February night. SIMA'S month long Summer Festival moves to the venue for a […]

REVIEW: Casey Donovan’s ‘Irresistible’ Sydney Festival Performance

At 33, Casey Donovan is at the top of her game. Her vocal range is jaw dropping. She sings soulfully to the heavens with the force of an entire gospel choir. She boogies with such delight that the urge to dance is almost irresistible (current NSW restrictions during the peak of a pandemic not withstanding). […]

Trans Lawyer Cassy Judy To Launch New Single In Kings Cross

Sydney’s Cassy Judy is a proud transgender woman, criminal lawyer, community activist and alt-folk musician who has been releasing songs from her forthcoming Seven Ways EP on her own label Queer Worm Records. Her next single, When The World Was Flat is set for a special hometown launch show to celebrate at the iconic El Rocco […]

REVIEW: The James Morrison Quartet with William Barton

If you don’t know who James Morrison is, you don’t know about jazz.  For decades he has been one of Australia’s leading jazz musicians. And he plays a mean trumpet. A childhood prodigy who grew up on Sydney’s Northern Beaches during the 1970s, Morrison has performed with some of the world’s most famous jazz musicians […]

Lord Gladstone Hotel to rebrand as a church

In response to the NSW State Governements COVID-19 restrictions & the subsequent hypocrisy shown by the flouting of rules by Hillsong's summer youth camp Chippendale's Lord Gladstone Hotel will become a church for one day only.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by HILLSONG YOUTH (@hillsongyouth) On January 23, The Lord […]

Alice Ivy’s 5 Favourite Spots To Eat In Sydney

Musicians and performers have been hit hard over the past couple of years. Many have been in able to tour or perform, and just as they thought things were slowly returning to normal along came Omicron. Thankfully this coming Australia Day a bunch of Aussie musicians will finally have an opportunity to perform at the Summer […]

Tropical Fu*k Storm Cancel Sydney Festival Shows

In yet another blow to the Sydney Festival's music lineup Tropical Fu*k Storm have become the latest act to withdraw from the festival in protest to the Festivals Israeli funding. In a statement released on Thursday the band revealed that they had been lobbying Sydney Festival to foregoing the funding from the Israeli Embassy. However, […]

Anthony Callea Contracts COVID

On Wednesday night Anthony Callea took to Instagram to announce that he is the latest Australian celebrity to be diagnosed as COVID positive. In his post Callea explained the moment he noticed symptoms, "woke up around 6am Sunday morning in the most excruciating pain. My head felt like it was about to combust, my throat, […]

PLANET film latest single video in the Inner West

Indie-rock quartet PLANET recently shared a live acoustic version of their single Ship Won’t Change, featuring the stunning vocals from duo Clews and shot on the rooftop of The Landsdowne Hotel in Sydney’s Inner West. Ship Won’t Change is just one of the many guitar-driven delights featuring on their forthcoming debut album Information Overload out March 11. The […]