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Avalanche Reviving Aussie Rock

In the years gone by you used to be able to walk into any pub around Australia and be welcomed by the sound a local band loudly bashing out good fun, rock'n'roll. This sound would become known as Aussie rock, before then being taken to the global stage via bands such as AC/DC, Rose Tattoo […]

The Ten Tenors

Jarred Newell, one of the Ten Tenors in this year’s line up, is bursting with excitement at the opportunity to perform the amazing repertoire for 2021.  It is the 25th anniversary show for The Ten Tenors and if this tour is anything like their last, we can expect sellout shows, packed out at every performance. […]

Harper Bloom

When Melbourne's Harper Bloom first started writing her latest single, Shaky Bones, little did she know the journey of a year that Australia was about to embark upon. Written just after the first COVID induced lockdown of Melbourne Harper looks back on that moment and says "we didn't realise what was about to hit us." […]

Amy Shark

Despite being a global superstar in her own right Amy Shark revealed to City Hub that she still has moments where the feeling of impostor syndrome can sneak into her mind. Imposter syndrome is that feeling which anybody can have, but certainly as an artist, where internally you don't believe that you are as competent […]

THE NAKED CITY – THE $24 MILLION LIVE MUSIC JAB

The State Government’s recent $24 million live music package, specifically targeting venues, has been met with a mixed reaction from those with any connection or interest in genuine live music in NSW. The immediate cynicism was evident in the comments section of the Sydney Morning Herald with one reader writing “Ahhh, decades of doing everything […]

In a state first, Enmore Road to be declared a “Special Entertainment Precinct”

By ALLISON HORE The Inner West council has voted unanimously to support a proposal to make Enmore Road, including the Enmore Theatre, the state’s first “Special Entertainment Precinct.” The motion comes after the NSW parliament passed special laws allowing local councils to declare venues and geographic areas as “Special Entertainment Precincts.” The law was part […]

James Reyne Celebrate 41 Years Of The Boys Light Up

You might think it's a little strange to be celebrating a 41st anniversary with such an extensive tour, but for James Reyne this tour is extra special. Last year Reyne had planned to tour around the country in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the iconic album The Boys Light Up, but as we all […]

From Sydney To Stardom: Imogen Clark Set To Release EP ‘Bastards’

Homegrown singer-songwriter Imogen Clark is set to release her second EP, Bastards on May 21. A follow-up to her first EP, The Making of Me, Clark’s unique indie-pop-rock tunes are sure to have heads turning. She will also be gracing the Low 302 in Surry Hills with a residency, performing every Tuesday night in May, […]

Timor Fundraising Concert

This weekend a special concert will help raise fund to support the cyclone devastated East Timor. The concert entitled, Charisma: Celebrating The Creativity Of Women, will celebrate the creativity of women both in art and life. The programme is filled with an eclectic an eclectic mix of performers, who are predominantly Australian women composers. During […]

No more noise complaints: Say goodbye to the Enmore Theatre “fun police”

By ALLISON HORE A motion before the Inner West council would see Newtown’s Enmore Theatre declared as the state’s first “Special Entertainment Precinct.” The motion, tabled by Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne and Labor councillor Anna York, comes after the NSW parliament passed special laws allowing local councils to declare venues and geographic areas as […]