“We’re thrilled for people to see musicians they love talk about the books and music that move them.”
QMF is back.
“Reading this may cause you to blush, but I cannot contain myself – I am only human!”
Blasko is back-so.
“Queer people in Australia continue to face discrimination every day, and it’s high time that the majority stood up for what is right.”
Sarah Blasko is going solo.
The triple j faves have shared their fave tracks of the year.
“David Bowie people playing David Bowie music, David Bowie style.”
Over 200 artists and managers.
On a special episode of RocKwiz.
Two Aussie gems together at last.
Elton’s still drawing inspiration from young artists.
A stellar Bowie cover kicks off Like A Version for 2016.
Daniel Johns, Gotye & more join huge 40th anniversary celebration!
Melbourne Zoo’s Twilights concert series returns in 2015, with a huge lineup of local and international artists. Led by Paul Kelly, James Reyne, Powderfinger’s Bernard Fanning, Sarah Blasko, Dan Sultan, Connor Oberst and The Cat Empire, the 2015 itinerary will spread 12 all-ages shows across five weekends beginning 30th January. The 2015 Twilights program is
20th anniversary shake-up secures international acts!
The fourth annual Riverboats Music Festival is set to return to the banks of the Murray River over three music-filled days in February 2015 with an impressive roster of home-grown talent, led by the likes of Dan Sultan and Sarah Blasko. Taking place from Friday, 13th until Sunday, 15th February 2015, from lunchtime until late
ARIA award-winning singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko is set to play an intimate stripped-back Sydney show which will raise funds for the Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA). All proceeds from the performance, which will take play at Redferns’ The Giant Dwarf on World Refugee Day – Friday, 20th June – will be donated to the RCOA. Blasko’s
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