The Something For Kate legend delivering the goods as always.
The Something For Kate frontman is heading back out on the road.
“David Bowie people playing David Bowie music, David Bowie style.”
A new musical odd-couple.
From the Something For Kate frontman’s brand new solo album.
Bringing his new album ‘Strange Loop’ to the people!
An epic, seven minute, slow burn of a single.
Missy Higgins shared a political new track and even a ‘Three Little Fishies’ cover last night.
The Something For Kate frontman is taking his new material on the road.
If you’ve been missing Missy, then you won’t be missing her for much longer, because the iconic Aussie singer-songwriter has just announced a handful of concert dates for 2016. Missy Higgins’ first tour in almost two years will see her grace stages at a variety of concerts and festivals across the country, including Sydney’s Twilight
Sydney’s 2016 Twilight At Taronga music program has been unveiled, with super-talented acts like Courtney Barnett, Josh Pyke, Birds Of Tokyo, John Butler Trio and The Waifs to perform near the homes of some super-cute Aussie animals. Other acts set to perform against Taronga Zoo’s harbour views next year include Missy Higgins, Björn Again, Violent
Angus & Julia Stone, Hoodoo Gurus, Kate Miller-Heidke and Paul Dempsey top the mammoth first announcement of the 2015 Queenscliff Music Festival. This 19th instalment of the annual live music gathering at the coastal Victorian town will also feature performances by singer-songwriter John Williamson, the monumental Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Go-Betweens co-founder Robert Forster and a
As Paul Dempsey prepares for his first solo record in six years, the Something For Kate frontman, who’ll be road-testing new songs this month at festivals in Newcastle and the Mornington Peninsula, admits he can be sceptical when it comes to instant connections to new songs by fans. “It’s great, but I can’t help but
A new live music event, Elsewhere, is set to take place in the beautiful surroundings of Newcastle’s Nobby’s Lighthouse this Saturday 14th March with a lineup of esteemed Australian acts like Paul Dempsey and Steve Smyth. The inaugural Elsewhere event was born with the motive to “challenge the way live music is presented” and attendees
The Mornington Peninsula’s food, wine and music gathering The Peninsula Picnic will make its inaugural appearance in March 2015, with music provided by folk rockers The Waifs (pictured), Something For Kate frontman Paul Dempsey and more. Showcasing some of Australia’s best chefs and winemakers at the Mornington Racecourse, punters will enjoy sets from Aussie musos
Daniel Johns, Gotye & more join huge 40th anniversary celebration!
Something For Kate frontman Paul Dempsey had announced a three-show solo tour taking in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this November. The intimate performances will consist of Dempsey and an acoustic guitar, playing solo material, music by Something For Kate, as well as a cheeky cover or two. Paul Dempsey’s 3 Cities Tour spreads across three
Adelaide is set to host a brand new blues and roots festival this October with the announcement today of the inaugural Follow The Sun Festival which will feature performances from the likes of Something For Kate‘s Paul Dempsey and Melbourne-via-New-Zealand blues and roots quartet Bonjah. Also taking the stage in the picturesque beachside surrounds of
Al & Anna, the duo that went viral for their incredible medley of sixty ’90s songs performed in six minutes last month and who more recently managed to turn an “almost definitive list” of animal band names into a song have now given Triple J listeners a lesson in Australian vocal timbre. The duo teach
Following on from last month’s announcement that Something For Kate will embark on an epic 20th anniversary tour this July, frontman Paul Dempsey recently went solo at the studios of Triple M, where he lent his acoustic chops to a heartfelt rendition of Miley Cyrus‘ hit single Wrecking Ball. Having previously covered cuts by Bruce