The album, set for release this July, also reportedly includes a collab with Paul McCartney.
As a staple of the Australian music scene for decades, Paul Kelly has had numerous hit singles, as well as many other artists covering his songs.
From Yothu Yindi to Norah Jones to Lukas Nelson, we highlight the significant family ties within the Bluesfest 2019 lineup.
“Lines in P.K songs are kind of like Springsteen songs. Everyone has a different one that is theirs, that talks to them that really resounds with them, that defines them.”
We’re not crying, YOU’RE CRYING.
To help raise money for Rural Aid.
‘Nature’ is a formidable record. Here’s how Paul Kelly pulled it off.
“You’ve toured before with Neil Finn. What was it like playing songs that are more popular than yours?”
Christmas comes early.
“We’re thrilled for people to see musicians they love talk about the books and music that move them.”
Delivering a Keynote speech on how not to do all the dumb things
Sea N Sound is back with its biggest lineup yet.
Some of the best Aussie albums of 2017 are up for the $30K prize.
Here are all the winners (and losers) from Australian music’s night of nights.
Time to make gravy!
The best of the best.