“Somebody needs to be held accountable for this sort of thing. It’s unacceptable.”
And it’s all for a very good cause.
Sun, BBQ and tunes galore.
A list of musos who have cut their teeth in Sydney’s live music scene.
“I think she’s extreme… extremism in any form is dangerous.”
“This live show will tell the story of an imperfect childhood that has led to me becoming an imperfect adult.”
Bringing the search for soul Down Under
Barnsey rocks Parliament in the name of getting music industry issues on the political agenda
After all, it can’t be just anyone.
The Cold Chisel frontman “is a singer, not a celebrity” he says.
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
Aussie rockers Cold Chisel have given fans the first taste of their forthcoming new album, The Perfect Crime. Debuting brand-new song Lost and its accompanying music video, the group have also added extra shows to their upcoming One Night Stand Tour. Lost (below) is the first single to be lifted from The Perfect Crime, and
Thailand’s capital has been rocked by it’s deadliest attack in recent memory, after a bomb blast killed 19 people and injured more than 120 others. According to the most recent information available from the Department of Foreign affairs, no Australians have been counted among the casualties, but apparently rock icon Jimmy Barnes very nearly was.
Aussie rock icon Jimmy Barnes has spoken out against anti-Islam and anti-immigration group Reclaim Australia, who played Cold Chisel music at protest rallies in major cities earlier this month. In a statement, shared to Facebook, Barnes says he is aware that groups like Reclaim Australia have used his songs “as their anthems at rallies” and
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) is on a collision course with Aussie music industry figures such as Jimmy Barnes, Iggy Azalea and 5 Seconds of Summer, as it investigates millions of dollars in undeclared music royalties. As The Herald Sun reports, documents released under Freedom of Information laws show that a sample group of 1000
A group of prominent Australian musicians have strengthened their forces again, joining forced for a compilation album to show their support for marriage equality. The release is called #SayYesToLove Volume 1, and all its proceeds will go towards the Australian Marriage Equality Campaign. Songs have been donated by big Australian names including Jimmy Barnes, John
Ever the working class man, national treasure Jimmy Barnes is getting ready to strap on the ol’ timber n’ steel six-string and embark on a marathon national acoustic tour, under the banner of Flesh And Wood. The title refers to Barnesy’s 1993 unplugged album, which features a number of his solo and Cold Chisel-era hits,