The best of the best.
And she’s announced a big national tour to boot!
A Weekend In The Gardens is back.
The Aussie music legend is hitting the road with some huge all-ages shows.
“Getting rid of single use is the way of the future.”
Ready to get dark, mofos?
“I’ve used Gravox in a pinch. Judge not lest ye shall be judged.”
“There’s two things that I think we should always celebrate. Great Australians, and brilliant condiments.”
There’ll be over 100 performances over three days
Lock it in.
A dark but special concept.
Featuring a huge tribute show to the late David Bowie.
Sleater-Kinney, Paul Kelly and Tim Rogers all join her in the elevator.
The Tassie punks just made some sweet, sweet gravy.
And the award for music video of the year goes to…
Courtney Barnett and Paul Kelly have come together to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Archie Roach‘s debut solo album Charcoal Lane, covering its title track. Roach started his career in the Altogethers before being head-hunted by Paul Kelly to play support at a number of his concerts. In 1990, Roach recorded Charcoal Lane with producers
More then just a pretty building that gets whacked on postcards and stamps ad nauseum, the iconic Sydney Opera House holds such a status due to its endless list of music performances, many which, thankfully for us under-70s, defy the middle word in its name and feature the foremost pop, rock, soul, folk and electronic
UPDATE 21/12/16: It’s the 21st of December again, so it’s time to relive the magic of Paul Kelly @itsthegravyman, who has today posted another tweet about just how excited his at this time of year. 4 sleeps til I get my fucken royalty money rolling in !! Stream up! Daddey likey the money. — Paul
Music-focused artist grant fund The Seed has gathered together an impressive lineup of some of Australia’s finest talent for its first fundraiser in October. Missy Higgins, San Cisco, Emma Louise, Paul Kelly and John Butler will all play at the event which will be held at The Athenaeum Theatre and hosted by triple j’s Zan
Along with this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official first lineup for Western Australia’s Southbound 2016 has now been unveiled, with big-name acts such as Disclosure, Bloc Party, Foals, Courtney Barnett, Gary Clark Jr and even ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. Elsewhere on the lineup you’ll find Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators,