A not-so-hot take.
Offshore tax havens have reportedly been used to profit off of Hutchence’s work.
Attn: super fans.
“New music, new revelations… This will make headlines around the world.”
“He was just a gentleman, an absolute gentleman.”
“We believe that it’s time for Michael to come home and stand proudly amongst us once again in Sydney.”
“He named it and this was his favourite song.”
It could be happening sooner than you think.
Another day, another doco.
This would’ve been so, so cool.
Unreleased music from the late INXS frontman includes duets with some “very big artists”.
Aussie rockers INXS are officially turning their discography and their story into INXS The Musical, which is set to open in Sydney in 2017. As News Corp Australia reports, the band’s manager, Chris M Murphy, has set up a theatre company — Murphy Theatrical — for the project, which has been anticipated since the success
Almost two decades after the death of beloved INXS frontman and Australian icon Michael Hutchence, one of the singer’s previously unreleased solo tracks, entitled Friction, has been released online. As Rolling Stone reports, the new wave, very INXS-style tune was a demo leftover from the recording sessions of the singer’s self-titled solo album, which was
The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers will next month release his second solo album, The Desired Effect, and while previewing some of his new material at a recent LA show, Flowers also busted out a cover of an Australian classic – INXS’ Don’t Change. Flowers’ cover (below) stayed mostly faithful to the 1982 original which featured
INXS guitarist Tim Farriss has reportedly suffered a severe hand injury following a recent boating accident, leaving his ability to play guitar in question. The INXS guitarist reportedly mangled his left hand and severed his ring finger while working on a boat near his home on Sydney’s northern beaches on the morning of Saturday January
ARIA have unveiled their lists of the best selling singles and albums of 2014 in Australia with works by many home-grown artists such as Sheppard, INXS, Hilltop Hoods, Chet Faker and Sia named amongst the best selling music of the past year. Brisbane indie pop outfit Sheppard had the most popular song by an Australian