After all, it can’t be just anyone.
It’s wall to wall boss ladies on the list as we celebrate International Women’s Day.
Some crystal ballin’ thoughts on who might (and might not) play Splendour this year.
All the highs (and lows) from music’s night of nights
Live updates from the 58th Annual Grammys.
Courtney Barnett, Tame Impala and Hiatus Kaiyote are each up for a gong.
Stephen Colbert capped off his debut as the new host of CBS’s The Late Show with a bang last night, bringing together an all star line-up of stars to join the Late Show band and close out the show. Featuring the likes of Mavis Staples, Ben Folds, Aloe Blacc, Buddy Guy and many more, the
The Great Escape – the UK festival which prides itself on supporting exciting new artists – will be graced by a strong Aussie contingent in 2015, thanks in part to the efforts of the Australian music development initiative Sounds Australia. A variety of Australian talent will spend a day at the British seaside for the
American soul rockers Alabama Shakes have locked in a Sydney headline date for next year. The performance will be the band’s one and only headline show in Sydney, around the time they’re set to play Bluesfest and Big Sky Blues & Roots Festival in early April. Led by the powerful vocals of Brittany Howard, Alabama
Big Sky Blues & Roots Festival, formerly known as Deni Blues & Roots Festival, has announced the first set of acts scheduled to appear next year in Deniliquin. Big names on the bill so far include reggae rock fusion act Michael Franti & Spearhead, the returning country folk Zac Brown Band, and funk master George
Joining Alabama Shakes and more!
Alabama Shakes’ vocalist Brittany Howard was robbed at gunpoint after a gig in Nashville. As reported by the Nashville Scene, the unfortunate incident occurred after Howard played with her side project Thunderbitch on Saturday, December 15. Having returned to the home of Bomb Shelter owner, Andrija Tokic, Howard was relaxing with friends on the front
Described by promoters as “the most exciting band of 2012”, music fans can see what all the hype is about up-close when Alabama Shakes do two sideshows as part of their Australian visit in January for Big Day Out 2013.
A rich selection of musical acts recently appeared on BBC’s Later… with Jools Holland. The main attraction was Jack White who, in preparation for the release of his solo record Blunderbuss, played Freedom at 21 and Sixteen Saltines.