The new-look Fleetwood Mac performed two classic tracks.
It’s a family affair.
He’s not going his own way anytime soon.
Lindsey Buckingham has reportedly been fired from the band, but they’ve got an A+ replacement.
Crowded House’s Neil Finn shared the footage, while questioning Laneway Festival over Callinan’s ousting.
But a Kiwi music legend has come to her defence…
That’s a paddlin’
“Watch us make it. Watch it develop, follow the progress. See you there.”
And it’s all for a very good cause.
Don’t Dream It’s Over…
“Let’s hear it for them.”
“Look forward to annoying you for 3 more nights.”
The ticket ballot is open now
Now we’re getting somewhere.
More then just a pretty building that gets whacked on postcards and stamps ad nauseum, the iconic Sydney Opera House holds such a status due to its endless list of music performances, many which, thankfully for us under-70s, defy the middle word in its name and feature the foremost pop, rock, soul, folk and electronic
New Zealand/Australian pop group Crowded House and British journalist Pete Paphides have re-released Help Is Coming with all proceeds going to Save The Children to support the global refugee crisis. The track, which had previously only seen the light of day on the rarities compilation Afterglow, was released in 1999 but has been giving new
It’s the video you didn’t know you’ve been waiting for. Perhaps as a method to settle family scores, perhaps merely for exercise – whatever the reason, the best part of your day has arrived, in the form of a video showing music legend Neil Finn and his muso son Liam Finn wrestling each other in
The illustrious Neil Finn is hitting the road for a pair of rare and intimate shows in Sydney and Melbourne this May. The New Zealand-born tunesmith will play the Melbourne Recital Centre on Wednesday, 27th May — his birthday, no less — followed by a Sydney show at the City Recital Hall on Saturday, 30th