Performing as part of A Fist Full Of Rock.
Labor Day weekend sorted.
“A lineup squarely aimed at those feeling the sentimental resonance of ‘90s summers, exciting Big Day Out lineups and triple j Hottest 100’s which didn’t court controversy.”
We’re talking You Am I, Something For Kate, Spiderbait oh and Jebediah and The Meanies!
We chat to Bob Evens aka Kevin Mitchell aka Jebediah frontman aka podcast host aka Aussie Dad aka your best mate.
A smorgasbord of up-and-coming and established acts, all from Western Australia.
The Perth alt-rockers are about to get sweaty
Melbourne Zoo has unveiled the long list of acts who will be performing as part of its series of Twilights concerts in 2016, including the likes of indie-pop outfit San Cisco, Perth rockers Birds Of Tokyo and roots outfit John Butler Trio. Other acts featured on the eclectic 2016 Melbourne Zoo Twilights program include Jebediah,
Port Macquarie’s Festival Of The Sun is back for its eleventh year, packing its biggest ever lineup featuring homegrown acts like Melbourne MC Illy, rockers Jebediah, hip hop outfit Thundamentals, British India, The Delta Riggs and Alpine. Also included in this year’s Festival Of The Sun lineup are Bad//Dreems, post-rockers Sleepmakeswaves, rising electro punk Ecca
Jebediah have spent the last month touring around the country, playing sold out dates on their 20th Anniversary tour and it’s been so popular they have decided to extend it. The Aussie legends have added eight regional dates to the tour, including stops in North Queensland, Mt Buller, Newcastle, Wollongong and Hobart. These are the
Aussie rockers Jebediah have taken to the triple j studios this morning for a stirling cover of The Chemical Brothers‘ recent Q-Tip-featuring single, Go, for the weekly covers segment Like A Version. Jebediah’s The Chemical Brothers cover saw the band recreate the track’s motorik rhythms, with frontman Kevin Mitchell (aka Bob Evans) filling in on
The glistening sun, clear blue sky and fresh green grass made for a perfect environment as far as Richard in Your Mind were concerned. The psychedelically-tinged quintet provided a lush set to kick off the day, becoming particularly prophetic for many when they whipped out Hammered, with its key lyric, “Me and my baby get
And they’re taking a bunch of other Aussie bands with them!
Streaming LIVE right now!
Wollongong’s boutique music and arts festival, The Farmer & The Owl will return this year, following a successful debut in 2013. Set to take over the University Of Wollongong grounds this Saturday, 14th March the 2015 lineup features such acts as DZ Deathrays, Jebediah, Bad//Dreems, Hockey Dad and more. The 2015 instalment also sees international
Key figures in the late 90s punk rock and grunge scenes Down Under, Jebediah, are kicking on as hard as ever these days, announcing a cheeky run of headlining tour dates all going down regionally throughout New South Wales. The band has left a lasting legacy, with a string of albums deemed successful by the
Jebediah have announced a final stint of capital city shows this November. If their recent smashing of the Splendour In The Grass Amphitheatre stage is anything to go by, this national run is set to be sweaty, raucous and rocking.
Jebediah have largely been hibernation for several years due to frontman Kevin Mitchells work as his alter ego Bob Evans – now that is all fine and dandy but we need our Jebs damn it! Especially now, with the overdue demise of Powderfinger (good timing to call it a day) and Silverchair recently putting themselves
Unfortunate news has come in from Brisbane four-piece Violent Soho, with the announcement that the indie set have had to pull out of the first three gigs of their current tour with Jebediah due to illness within the group.
This record has more of a bite and edge to it than to some of their earlier material. The edge serves the band well with this record and moves them away from that preppy, pop rock to a mature and sophisticated band. The music may be a touch darker, but the songs have a lasting