The Middle East
Taking her solo show on the road.
Rohin Jones, the magnetic frontman from Townville’s on-again-off-again The Middle East has proven he’s capable of great things in any situation he chooses.
Former Middle East multi-instrumentalist, Bree Tranter, has gone solo and released a new single titled Winter. Bree Tranter sang the lead vocals on the band’s best known single, Jesus Came To My Birthday Party.
The J Awards is gaining a reputation for earmarking the best talent this country has to offer. In previous years, bands such as Wolfmother, Hilltop Hoods, The Panics, The Presets, Sarah Blasko, Tame Impala have gone on to make a significant impact both domestically and overseas. After the first 3 nominations were announced back in
The Middle East broke up on stage at Splendour in the Grass on the weekend, now the band have issued a statement on their Facebook page explaining some of the reasons.
Yesterday afternoon while performing their set in the Grant McLennan tent at Splendour In The Grass The Middle East announced they would be breaking up.
Today finalists have been announced for the inaugural Queensland Music Awards, formerly known as the Q Song Awards. Winners of all categories will be announced at the Queensland Music Awards night, to be held at new venue The Old Museum on August 16. Hosted by 612 ABC Brisbane’s Richard Fidler and triple j’s Sarah Howells,
The Middle East from Townsville will release their long-anticipated debut album I Want That You Are Always Happy this Friday 8th April and have announced a national album launch tour in June.