Defunct Melbourne rockers Jet appear to be open to reforming in order to support Aussie rock icons AC/DC on their upcoming Rock Or Bust tour, with bassist Mark Wilson saying the band are waiting for AC/DC to contact them. In May, an anonymous source suggested that Acca Dacca were hoping to get Powderfinger, Silverchair or
But Jet might be
AC/DC have commenced their epic worldwide Rock or Bust Tour recently, kicking things off in Germany before making their way down under for stadium gigs this November and the rumour mill is awhirl on who will support their Aussie dates, with an anonymous Triple M source dropping a fairly epic claim. Talking on the Grill
Alice Cooper is good mates with Gene Simmons, but that doesn’t mean he shares his views about rock and roll. You may recall one of the numerous internet firestorms sparked by the KISS bassist last year after he labelled rock music “dead”. Now, in an interview with Music Feeds, Cooper assumed a position firmly on
Remember the good times
Though England may have the Barmy Army, renowned for their blind devotion to the Queen’s cricketing best, they never flew out their nation’s finest rockers for a one-off show. But that’s exactly what the Socceroos fan contingent, who proudly call themselves Fanatics, recently went and did. In addition to hosting the 2014 World Cup, Brazil
Australian band Jet have officially announced the band is breaking up for good, even though we’ve heard nothing from them for a long time anyway.
While Jet are on hiatus, members Chris Cester and Mark Wilson have put together their new project, Damndogs. Chris Cester chats with Music Feeds in the lead up to their debut Australian performances. Music Feeds: You describe Damndogs as a ‘doom-disco’ project and there’s an undeniable 80s bent groove in the three songs you’ve offered