A fitting tribute to a music legend.
Melbourne has immortalised the late Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett by naming a CBD laneway after her. Today unveiled as Amphlett Lane, the laneway was formerly known as the slightly-less-cool-sounding Corporation Lane 1639. Amphlett, who died last year at age 53 after suffering from breast cancer, started her career in Melbourne in the ’70s. According to […]
http://www.gettyimages.com.au/detail/news-photo/chrissy-amphlett-news-photo/92428190 Melbourne City Council this week officially gave their unanimous approval for the naming of a Melbourne lane in honour of the late Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett. The soon-to-become Amphlett Lane, which currently sports the uninspiring name of CL1639, sits off Little Bourke St, near Spring St, close to the recently closed Palace Theatre where […]
Divinyls frontwoman, the late Chrissy Amphlett, is celebrated as one of Australia’s greatest female performers and now one of the band’s most memorable and controversial songs, I Touch Myself, is to become an anthem for breast cancer awareness. Nearly a year after the 53-year-old singer died after a long battle with breast cancer and multiple […]
Fans of the late, great Chrissy Amphlett are petitioning the City of Melbourne to name a laneway after the Divinyls frontwoman, saying that it would be a fitting tribute for the legendary rock chick. The Change.org petition, which aims to collect 1,500 signatures, has the support of Amphlett’s husband and Divinyls drummer Charley Drayton. Fan […]