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Prinnie Stevens

Growing up Prinnie Stevens says she lived in a fantasy world of music and performance, but today that fantasy world has become her reality. In a year when everything seems like a weird fever dream or fantasy Stevens explained to City Hub that 2020 has actually allowed her to return to her roots to rediscover […]

Jessica Braithwaite

For the people of Adelaide Jessica Braithwaite is likely most recognisable as the local weather girl. However, for the rest of Australia she is a rising pop music artist who has just released a new single which couldn't be more timely. The new single, Feel This Way, may have been written two years ago but […]

THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL – A TRIBUTE TO WHITNEY HOUSTON

By Mark Morellini Belinda Davids is the extraordinary South African singer who fronts the tribute show to Whitney Houston, one of the most revered singers of all time and idolised by millions around the world. Davids beat 15,000 hopefuls from 12 countries for the role and said that she was both scared and excited when […]

The Kransky Sisters – A Very Kransky Sisters

Everybody has their Christmas traditions and quirky family get together moments, and next weekend comedic musical trio The Kransky Sisters will invite Sydneysiders into their “lounge room” at the Opera House to experience A Very Kransky Christmas. Featuring Annie Lee, Christine Johnston and Carolyn Johns as Mourne, Eve and Dawn Kransky, the Kranskys have been […]

Nathan Cavaleri

If you were to skim over the significant moments of Nathan Cavaleri’s musical career you could easily mistake his story as that of a cliched child star burnout, but when you delve into the fine details it is a much more compelling tale. Cavaleri’s musical career was strangely born out of tragedy when he was […]

THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL – THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOW [FULL INTERVIEW WITH BELINDA DAVIDS]

By Mark Morellini  Belinda Davids is a South African singer who is fronting the tribute show to Whitney Houston, one of the most revered singers idolized by millions around the globe. Davids never had vocal training and her inspirations as a child were Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker and Michael Jackson amongst others. Davids talks about […]

Michael Jackson – Xscape

Let’s be very blunt – you can’t turn shit into gold. Everyone knows this except, it seems, the producers behind this album of very ordinary Michael Jackson cast-offs. Produced to within an inch of its life in an attempt to wring another hit album out of MJ, five years after his death, the songs here […]

REVIEW – MICHAEL JACKSON THE IMMORTAL WORLD TOUR

If this is a tribute show then it is the ultimate homage. Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour by Cirque du Soleil, is a spectacular creation that celebrates the undisputed King of pop’s musical legacy. Cirque du Soleil is the only entertainment company that could match Jackson’s creativity, innovation and dedication to performing. It makes […]

MICHAEL JACKSON THE IMMORTAL WORLD TOUR

It is widely regarded that Michael Jackson was (and for some always will be) the undisputed King of pop. He was a creative genius who pioneered impressive advances in music production, created gravity-defying dance moves, and was always trying to better his self both musically and personally, as well as encouraging humanity to ‘heal the […]

Music icon slams ‘Ent Cent’ demolition

Iconic music critic, journalist, television presenter and record producer Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum has urged the State Government to reconsider its plan to demolish the Sydney Entertainment Centre (SEC). In April, NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell announced the iconic Haymarket venue would be bulldozed to make way for expanded convention and exhibition facilities at Darling Harbour. Mr […]