With Jeff Buckley’s death, Grace became the dark poetry of a life painfully incomplete
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“You were and still are, a masterpiece”
Say hello to the new site granting fans digital access to the iconic singer’s vinyl shelf.
It’s finally up online and everyone in the Music Feeds office can’t stop swooning.
The stripped back cover is gorgeous, with a stark and emotional video to match.
‘Just Like A Woman’ features on an upcoming album of never-before-heard Buckley tracks.
Even more beautiful Jeff Buckley material has been unearthed.
September’s Brisbane Festival is set to return for another year, bolstered by a healthy and very eclectic music lineup featuring the likes of Megan Washington, Powderfinger’s Bernard Fanning, Katie Noonan, and a new Australian concert series celebrating the music of Tim and Jeff Buckley. Brisbane Festival 2015, which kicks off on 5th September, will see
The super-influential music of Tim Buckley and his son Jeff Buckley is to be celebrated at a world premiere concert event in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney this September. The A State Of Grace concert will see a team of world-renowned musicians come together to honour and enjoy the music of the Buckleys. The artists performing
Almost seven years since it last aired, triple j‘s much loved interactive music documentary show The J Files has found a new home on the station’s digital offshoot Double J and the new series will debut at 8pm Thursday, 21st August. Richard Kingsmill, host of The J Files from 1996 to 2003, will launch the
Gossip Girl actor and star of Easy A Penn Badgely has been announced as the lucky young thespian to play the part of Jeff Buckley in a forthcoming feature film. This movie is not, it should be noted, the biopic in the works reported on these pages back in April. The film in question this
Melbourne’s Raw Gallery is currently holding an exhibition featuring famous photos of some of rock’s best-loved icons. The exhibition is titled Generation X: The Soundtrack For Generation Whatever, and as the name suggests is devoted to the alternative rock scene of the late eighties and early nineties, when grunge, hip hop, punk and general slacker
The prospect of a Jeff Buckley biopic has reared its head this week with the news that such a movie is indeed in the pipeline, to be directed by Jake Scott, the British director (and Ridley Scott’s son) famous for his music videos and documentaries. The movie, as reported on by Spacelab as well as