Big props to everyone who’s gotten behind this one.
That’s the way it’s gonna be little darlin’.
“THE ULTIMATE ROCK N ROLL LINE-UP.”
That’s the way it’s gonna be, little darlin!
Two beloved Aussie rock bands are hitting the road together.
Get Dad on the blower.
Your dad will froth on it.
Plus a brand new album!
The Australian music industry was left devastated by the tragic death of much-loved production manager, Shane Cooper, and the serious injury of drummer Mick Skelton, in a car accident while on their way to a Thirsty Merc gig in regional Victoria. To raise money for the pair’s families, the old guard of Aussie rock are
Your mum’s Christmas present just got sorted because perennial heartthrob Bryan Adams has announced an Australian tour for March of 2016. Just days out from his kind-of controversial appearance at this year’s AFL Grand Final, the husky-voiced dreamboat has unveiled two arena dates in Sydney and Melbourne for his GET UP Tour, as well as
Good news out of the Thirsty Merc camp this afternoon, with reports that touring drummer Mick Skelton is now awake in hospital and breathing on his own, following a devastating car crash last week that claimed the life of the band’s stage manager. Mick’s good mate Sarah McLeod of The Superjesus has been keeping fans
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Those with a penchant for Aussie rock rejoice as two of your favourite artists, the legendary Jimmy Barnes and habitual chart toppers The Living End have revealed they have fused powers during a studio session. The Living End frontman Chris Cheney dropped the bomb via Twitter after a cryptic message, testing fans as to which
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