While You Am I are “bogged down in negotiations about a new group haircut”.
Iconic Australian artists iOTA, Tim Rogers and more performing Bowie’s music.
Featuring a huge tribute show to the late David Bowie.
Sleater-Kinney, Paul Kelly and Tim Rogers all join her in the elevator.
On a special episode of RocKwiz.
Backed by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, a host of Aussie performers are set to pay tribute to the legendary David Bowie.
Winners are grinners!
And the J Award goes to…
You Am I frontman Tim Rogers has described the abuse directed at retired AFL player and former Australian Of The Year Adam Goodes as “cowardly” in a passionate new interview. Like Goodes, Rogers is a David Jones brand ambassador. Unlike Goodes, though, he hasn’t been hit with abuse both before and after appearing in the
Fervent fashionista and You Am I frontman Tim Rogers has surprised fans by taking a little turn on the catwalk in a new campaign for David Jones. Feeling just too sexy for his shirt in the clip, Rogers gets rid of it as he conducts the buildings of Sydney’s skyline to the tune of Kanye
Melbourne’s annual Heart Of St Kilda Concert will return for the eighth time this September, with a lineup featuring locals such as British India, Kasey Chambers and Aussie rock pioneer Col Joye, as well as a number of comedians. Other musos slated for the Sacred Heart Mission-founded event include Tim Rogers, Rebecca Barnard, Billy Miller
A three-year love affair between Tim Rogers and The Bamboos has just gone next level, with the group getting ready to bind their union by giving birth to a debut album. The forthcoming full-length, entitled The Rules of Attraction, is due out next month, with a huge national tour to follow. The soul rock merchants’
The soulful magic between Tim Rodgers and The Bamboos is getting the album treatment with the band announcing today that they are collaborating with the You Am I frontman once more, this time making an entire album together. “Work on the full-length The Bamboos feat. Tim Rogers feat. The Bamboos feat. Tim Rogers album has
Following the success of their sold-out live rock phenomenon of 2009, Tim Rogers, Josh Pyke, Chris Cheney and Phil Jamieson are reuniting once again for another series of shows performing one of The Beatles‘ most groundbreaking records, their 1968 self-titled double album, commonly referred to as The White Album. In the winter of 2009, to
Festival’s eighth lineup announcement!
This all-star recreation of cult band Big Star’s album Third (also know as Sister Lovers), a feature performance for Sydney Festival 2014, could be described in similar language to the album itself – the oft-quoted “shambling wreck” alongside “impassioned, erratic and stark” come to mind. Here, though, the observable decay of Alex Chilton’s mind and
If you thought the enormous lineup for Sydney Festival 2014 couldn’t get any better, you’d be all kinds of wrong. Organisers today announced that Mick Turner, Cat Power and more will join previously announced headliners Chaka Khan, Amanda Palmer, Lee Ronaldo and Mike Patton. Big Star’s Third, a special tribute to Big Star‘s Third/Sister Lovers
The Bamboos’ Rock ‘n Soul Medicine Show! tour will be making its way through Sydney this week, hitting The Hi-Fi on Thursday, 7th March and we don’t want you missing out – so much so that we’re giving away 5 double passes to check out the funky extravaganza featuring Tim Rogers and a slew of
The Victorian town of Clarkefield will be bringing together a stack of great musicians for a fantastic cause in March, as the town holds its second annual music festival. Headlined by You Am I frontman Tim Rogers, all money raised on the day of the festival will go directly to the running of a new
The magic between Tim Rodgers and The Bamboos continues to flow with the announcement of The Rock ‘N Soul Medicine Show, seeing both parties hitting the highways of Australia as a united front. It was obvious that they were onto a good thing when Rodgers and The Bamboos frontman Lance Ferguson collaborated on the track