Aussie rock royalty Cold Chisel have just announced a one-off show which will mark their first live outing together in nearly three years. The Jimmy Barnes-fronted band will play what’s described as an “intimate” show at Canberra’s 2500-capacity Royal Theatre next month. It will act as a warm-up for their huge headline set at Adelaide’s
Classic songs by Australian bands Cold Chisel, Icehouse, The Go-Betweens and Divinyls have been added to the Australian National Film & Sound Archive. The four tracks have been officially added to the Sounds of Australia register, as songs which have helped define and capture Australian culture. The National Film & Sound Archived asked for the
Australian rock royalty Cold Chisel have announced they will return to the city where it all began, taking the stage at Adelaide’s Clipsal 500 in March next year for an exclusive one-off performance. Chisel will celebrate 40 years together by headlining the Sunday night concert on March 1st, marking their first show onstage together since
The coveted ‘Greatest Guitarist of all Time’ throne has been awarded to many a musician over the years, it’s really all a matter of who you ask. Most recently, News Corp decided to poll Australia’s best guitarists, a feat previously attempted by Australian Guitar Magazine back in 2012. While AGM‘s top spot went to the
Australian rock royalty Cold Chisel need no introduction. After 35 years in the game, they’ve just dropped their latest release, The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Hordern Pavilion. April 18, 2012, and their iconic frontman, Jimmy Barnes, gave our own Mike Hohnen a call to talk about the record. The rock ‘n’ roll pioneer told us
After spending close to four decades with Warner Music, Aussie greats Cold Chisel have announced they will be continuing under their own imprint. Cold Chisel Music will now be home to the bands entire back catalogue, the rights to which recently reverted back to the band, and will facilitate reissues and future releases from the
In what may be the least rock and roll reason ever given for rescheduling a gig, Cold Chisel have postponed their Thursday April 12 show at Festival Hall, Melbourne because guitarist Ian Moss was bitten by his family cat. According to the Herald Sun, the pet cat’s attack left Moss in the hospital with a
Cold Chisel have released the first single, Everybody, from their new studio album, titled No Plans. A teaser clip for the song has premiered on Triple M; you can listen to it below. No Plans will be released on Friday 6th April and feature 13 songs recorded between 2010 and 2011. The album also features
Tickets for Cold Chisel’s special ‘one night only’ shows, to launch their upcoming new album No Plans in Melbourne and Sydney will go on sale at 9am on Monday 19th March. These shows are being seen as more close and personal then the shows they were playing on their Light The Nitro tour only 6
Cold Chisel will be playing two special ‘one night only’ shows to launch their upcoming new album No Plans. Melbourne will have a show at the Festival Hall on Thursday 12th April, while Sydney will get a show at the Hordern Pavilion on Wednesday 18th April. These shows are being seen as more close and
Cold Chisel have announced that their new studio album, titled No Plans, will be released on Friday 6th April and feature 13 songs recorded between 2010 and 2011. The album also features the final recorded performances by drummer Steve Prestwich, who passed away just over a year ago, and one of his compositions I Got
After his one-off Sydney concert in October 2011 that was the most expensive Australian concert last year, the man who puts the oogie in your boogie, Stevie Wonder, is set to return to Australia in early April.
Bluesfest 2012 organisers have announced today that Cold Chisel will headline the first day of next year’s festival
Cold Chisel have revealed a new song named All For You, which will be available for download from this Monday (29th August at 9am).
Cold Chisel have announced a 4th and final Adelaide show on their Light the Nitro Tour, after the first two Adelaide shows sold out within an hour, and the third show that was announced earlier in the week selling out as well. Bass player Phil Small has spoken of his excitement at playing in Adelaide
Due to extraordinary demand and the speed of ticket sales, Cold Chisel will extend its Light The Nitro Tour to include three additional shows in Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane early this December.
Cold Chisel have announced a second Melbourne show after they sold a record 155,000 tickets within 3 hours yesterday. Tickets will go on sale from 12pm today (5th August). A third show for their hometown of Adelaide will be announced early next week. The band promised to extend the tour to extra dates, and add
Cold Chisel sold over 155,000 tickets within 3 hours of going on sale. This eclipses the band’s own legendary Last Stand tour and Powderfinger’s farewell Sunsets‘tour of last year and makes it one of the biggest tours in Australian history.
Cold Chisel have penciled in their new album for 2012, after they complete their run of 26 shows across Australia and New Zealand.
Iconic Australian rock band Cold Chisel have announced some late 2011 dates in what could be their biggest tour in 30 years. Called the Light The Nitro Tour, it will kick off in October and go all the way through till December, with a total of 24 Australian and 2 New Zealand shows. The Light