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
Iconic Australian artists iOTA, Tim Rogers and more performing Bowie’s music.
Featuring a huge tribute show to the late David Bowie.
Backed by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, a host of Aussie performers are set to pay tribute to the legendary David Bowie.
“I don’t get angry at people for eating peanut butter sandwiches when I don’t like peanut butter. Each to his own.”
The muso reckons “triple j listeners have gone a bit soft”.
The super-influential music of Tim Buckley and his son Jeff Buckley is to be celebrated at a world premiere concert event in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney this September. The A State Of Grace concert will see a team of world-renowned musicians come together to honour and enjoy the music of the Buckleys. The artists performing
The Church frontman Steve Kilbey has taken to his official Facebook page to announce that his band have begun recording a new album as The Church, and to announce the addition of former Powderfinger guitarist Ian Haug to the band, replacing the unavailable Marty Willson-Piper. “This has been hard to broach,” opens Kilbey. “This is
The last 24 hours has brought fresh pot shots from both Steve Kilbey and Second Motion Records in their slanging match over Kilbey’s measly payment for record sales in the US in the last 12 months. On Thursday, we reported on The Church frontman’s blasting of the record label via his Facebook page, to publicly