“We can’t wait to cause some ruckus – come and have a drink with us!”
Yarra’s Leaps and Bounds Music Festival is set to honour three renowned Melbourne musicians as part of a “Living Legends” concert series. Kim Salmon (pictured), Spencer P Jones and Charlie Owen, who have all spent time in Aussie super-group Beasts of Bourbon, will each be celebrated separately over three nights at The Tote in Collingwood.
If you thought the enormous lineup for Sydney Festival 2014 couldn’t get any better, you’d be all kinds of wrong. Organisers today announced that Mick Turner, Cat Power and more will join previously announced headliners Chaka Khan, Amanda Palmer, Lee Ronaldo and Mike Patton. Big Star’s Third, a special tribute to Big Star‘s Third/Sister Lovers
2013 is shaping up to be a big year for the return of Hoodoo Gurus’ touring festival, Dig It Up! – they’ve put some solid thought into the line-up, which has grown exponentially and now features the likes of Tumbleweed, Kim Salmon as well as comedians Bob Franklin and Dave O’Neil. The Sydney leg is
Australian rock and roll veterans Kim Salmon (The Scientists) and Spencer P Jones (Beasts of Bourbon and Paul Kelly & the Coloured Girls) will soon release their first, and perhaps only, album Runaways, due out this Friday, 15th February. The beginnings of Runaways date back to early 2012 when Salmon and Jones played together at
Sydney’s favorite sons of swamped out vitriolic blues rock The Holy Soul have just announced their first headline show of the year, the band set to play The Excelsior Hotel on April 29th, possibly for the last time before it turns into a wine bar. The band will be playing with support from Kim Salmon