Aussie muso shares the story of a man “whose religion is being taken from him.”
Boutique festival Boogie 9 has added a host of international and local names to its already impressive lineup. US rockers Strand Of Oaks have been added alongside Aussie favourites The Murlocs and Darren Hanlon who’s set to release a new album, Where Did You Come From, next month. They are set to join the acts
Urban folk singer-songwriter Darren Hanlon has returned from a life-affirming jaunt to the US, and he’s brought a new album back with him. The Aussie troubadour’s fifth studio effort, Where Did You Come From?, will also make its way around Australia, with Hanlon embarking on a marathon national tour. Kicking off at the Nannup Festival
Tasmania’s boutique PANAMA Festival has unveiled its second lineup of acts making their way to the 2015 event, including illustrious homegrown artists like Melbourne’s Courtney Barnett, Tom Iansek’s #1 Dads, psych pop outfit The John Steel Singers and folk singer Darren Hanlon. Also announced for PANAMA 2015 are blues rockers The Furrs, Melbourne-based musician and
When you have been a successful, full-time, independent musician for roughly ten years who has built a fan base mainly from live performances, you know a thing or two about touring.