Michael Rosenberg is coming back with a new tour and a new album.
Batten down the hatches
Michael David Rosenberg, better known to Australians as Passenger, will tour Australia for the second time in December 2015, playing Australian stadiums in support of Ed Sheeran‘s own return visit to Australia this year. The Let Her Go troubador, a frequent visitor to Australia, was just in the country this January, packing out Sydney’s Qantas
Canadian folk trio The Once may have been largely unknown to the audience as they took to the stage to open for Passenger, but they very quickly won hearts with their high energy, quirky sound. After opening with an a cappella cover of Leonard Cohen’s Coming Back to You, and having a quick back-and-forth with
UK singer-songwriter Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, has added a second Melbourne show to his highly anticipated 2015 Whispers tour, which was first announced in late May. After selling out his first Melbourne date at the Palais Theatre, Rosenberg has added a second show for Sunday, 18th January 2015, and tickets are on sale now. Passenger’s
Mike Rosenberg, known to softened hearts as Passenger, finds himself in a wonderful predicament. From days spent wandering the streets as an anonymous busker, playing his songs to passers-by, he has seen his audiences grow into the thousands, as record sales are in the millions. Wandering in solitude is now almost an impossibility and he’s
UK singer-songwriter and busking hero Mike Rosenberg, known to adoring fans as Passenger, has announced a huge Australian tour for early 2015, coming at the back end of the cycle for new album Whispers, due out Friday, 6th June. Already a veteran musician with five studio albums under his belt, Passenger shot to international notoriety
Today’s Record Roundup showcases three acts who are unique in that their longevity and sizeable fan bases are equal to their critical acclaim and ability to consistently unveil great albums, with new releases from Brighton-born Passenger, LA’s own Liars, and New York outfit The Hold Steady. Check out all of this week’s new music right
British folk singer songwriter Michael David Rosenberg tours the world bringing his unique voice to adoring fans who know him as Passenger. His solo career began on the streets, busking to support himself and fund future recordings. Since 2003. he has transformed into an international chart topping artist with his single Let Her Go hitting
Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, is getting a little left of centre, with the British folk rocker announcing a busking tour to coincide with his current tour of Australia, telling fans he’ll be getting live and intimate today in Martin Place, Sydney. If you want to catch the man behind the smash Let Her Go playing
The third lineup for the already stacked Byron Bay Bluesfest 2014 has arrived!
Passenger is currently killing it in Australia, not just in our charts but also in our venues, with the folk sensation announcing his second run of Australian tour dates for 2013, just scraping in the double up by heading back Down Under this December. Passenger’s single Let Her Go has proved to have some serious
This coming August, Mike Rosenberg (aka Passenger) will return to Australia once more for a series of shows off the back of his critically acclaimed album All The Little Lights, which landed at #10 on the ARIA charts during its maiden week. After stealing our hearts and minds with a deeply intimate show earlier this
Every now and then an artist comes along and makes you stop dead in your tracks to soak in the music they make and the poignant lyrics they write and sing. Troubadour Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, is one of these amazing artists. Aussies love claiming internationals as one of our own, and UK born and
Singer/songwriter Passenger (Mike Rosenberg) has announced his most inclusive tour of Australia to date, beginning in April 2012. The tour will come hot off the heels of his soon to be released album All The Little Lights which is due out in Australia on February 24 through Inertia. Watch a teaser video for ‘All The Little Lights’ Rosenberg said his latest