And he’s playing all the hits.
“For every verse, there’s a line that changed my perspective on song writing.”
Sydney Festival 2017 has revealed it will be playing host to a small crowd of homegrown talent, all of whom will be paying tribute to Leonard Cohen for a night dedicated to the legend’s catalogue. Leading the touching farewell will be The Church’s Steve Kilbey. The known Cohen enthusiast describes the late musician as “A
Backed by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, a host of Aussie performers are set to pay tribute to the legendary David Bowie.
The 2016 Sydney Festival program has been released into the wild, boasting a healthy serving of music from acts like The Flaming Lips, Dirty Three and Joanna Newsom. Psych-rock icons The Flaming Lips are headlining Sydney Festival’s free and all-ages 2016 launch party as part of Summer Sounds in The Domain, in a show which
Set to take over Oxford Square this Saturday, August 29th, Volumes Festival has just announced set times, with an amazing line-up of local acts across three venues and four stages. Featuring headliners Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders, as well as The Laurels, Canyons and more, Volumes will match their choice line-up with three of the
After two sold-out performances in late 2014, Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders are returning to the live arena for a cross-country run of shows, presented by Music Feeds, under the banner of the Playdates Tour. Named after their critically acclaimed album, also released late last year, the Playdates tour will take the band to stages
Today’s Tour Guide features a bounty of loved local acts, including a return to the scene from Sydney’s Jack Ladder and his band The Dreamlanders, a national tour from buzz band Little May, a huge national album tour for Jack Carty and run of dates from the side project of two of Australia’s most unique
Jack Ladder will be hitting the road again in 2011, announcing a massive run of Australian tour dates throughout September/October. Joining him on the tour will be fellow Sydneysiders Ghoul.
Photo by Mclean Stephenson In the spirit of the festive season local label Spunk Records will be throwing a Christmas shindig featuring the enigmatic Jack Ladder (previewing songs off his forthcoming album), Leader Cheetah up from Adelaide and playing their only show of the year, along with Bearhug with Holly Throsby delivering an exclusive rock
Greetings again, Music Feeders. Now, I know I said there was a lot to amuse yourselves with last week, but it seems Spring is truly upon us this week, with even more awesome gigs across the city to amuse and entertain.