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Electric Mary and Dallas Frasca among headline acts.
“This is our best line-up ever,” says Cherry Bar’s James Young.
Things are about to get hairy, because Australia’s most bewhiskered band is back on home turf and celebrating a decade of razor-free living. The Beards are preparing to unleash a special double-album to commemorate the milestone, and will embark on a limited run of shows across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia under
Artists have long been commended if they take a fall live and manage to get up and keep going, but it’s a different level of accolade if you crack your skull and keep going. That’s exactly what Dallas Frasca did when she suffered an almighty fall during her set at the Big Pineapple Music Festival
Today’s tour guide sees national dates from the likes of Brisbane three-piece and Soundwave 2015 act Columbus, Geelong-bred five-piece The Murlocs and Melbourne riff rock trio Dallas Frasca – each of whom are celebrating the release of new music. Columbus’ ‘Home Remedy EP’ Tour Punk rockers Columbus landed a spot on the Soundwave 2015 lineup
Big Sky Blues & Roots Festival, formerly known as Deni Blues & Roots Festival, has announced the first set of acts scheduled to appear next year in Deniliquin. Big names on the bill so far include reggae rock fusion act Michael Franti & Spearhead, the returning country folk Zac Brown Band, and funk master George
Adelaide is set to host a brand new blues and roots festival this October with the announcement today of the inaugural Follow The Sun Festival which will feature performances from the likes of Something For Kate‘s Paul Dempsey and Melbourne-via-New-Zealand blues and roots quartet Bonjah. Also taking the stage in the picturesque beachside surrounds of
Commanding a fiercely loyal local following, Dallas Frasca are a three-piece riff factory from Melbourne. They’ve now announced their return with a fuzzy, stomping new single, Lizard Boy, the first taste of their highly anticipated third album, Love Army, which is slated for release later this year. “Lizard Boy is a politically charged beast and
Today’s Tour Guide features three homegrown acts that have become staples of their local music scene, with new tours coming from Melbourne’s powerhouse alt metallers Sydonia, NSW alt rock trio The Spindrift Saga and Melburnian riff rockers Dallas Frasca. Sydonia – The Reality Kicks Tour Saturday, 3rd May The Espy, Gershwin Room, Melbourne Tix: Sydonia
Being compared to Janis Joplin is tough, although considerably better then being compared to someone shit. If anyone can handle the pressure though, it’s Dallas Frasca, the Victorian singer songwriter whose no bullshit attitude is balanced by her soulful lyrics.
Byron Bay based roots-rock powerhouse Dallas Frasca released her debut album Not For Love Or Money on Friday 21 August and is jumping behind the wheel to take it to the streets of Australia