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Power-pop ’70s rockers Cheap Trick are returning to Australia next year for a run of shows alongside one of the country’s most treasured rock bands The Angels. The music heavyweights will co-headline a series of outdoor A Day On The Green concerts as well as their own intimate shows. The two bands first toured together
Rock legends Guns N’ Roses have made their own tribute to the late Angels frontman Doc Neeson, by performing a cover of the Angels’ classic song Marseilles, at their show last night in Las Vegas. “This one’s for Doc. From The Angels to the angels,” Axl Rose says towards the end of the rendition. A
Tributes have begun pouring in for Angels frontman Doc Neeson, whose death at the age of 67 was announced today. High-ranking industry figures like Michael Gudinski and Michael Chugg, as well as numerous local artists have paid tribute to Neeson and offered condolences to his family. “Doc Neeson was one of the nicest people I
Lead singer for the Australian hard rock band The Angels, Doc Neeson has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 67 years old. A statement released on Neeson’s Facebook page this morning says the singer passed away in his sleep today at 7.15am. “It is with deep sadness and regret that the family
Bernard Patrick “Doc” Neeson, the original singer of Adelaide pub rock act The Angels, has revealed that his brain cancer has returned. Neeson was first diagnosed with a brain tumour back in 2012, and was given only 18 months to live. The 67-year-old Belfast-born vocalist’s first tumour was removed in 2013. Now, Neeson has told
Proving time and again what Australian bands are truly made of, one of the country’s mightiest bands and the definition of Aus-rock royalty, The Angels have announced that they are returning with a brand new album, Talk The Talk, their second studio release with Dave Gleeson at the helm. Talk The Talk is due for
The Angels bassist Chris Bailey has passed away aged 62, after suffering from what is being described as an aggressive form of throat cancer. Bailey reportedly died at 12:30 this morning, with The Angels posting the news via Twitter earlier today. As the band notes, Bailey performed on 6 Angels albums, including 1978’s Face to
Promotions magnate Andrew McManus has, well, attempted to soothe our concerns regarding the soon-to-be-touring Axl Rose‘s punctuality. McManus has insisted during an interview with Triple M that Rose, who’s made a habit out of turning up unfashionably late to his performances, will take the stage on time. We want to believe, we really do –
The Angels have announced more tragic news from their camp. Bassist Chris Bailey has had to step down from his role in order to focus on cancer treatment. The band made the announcement on their website today, describing Baily’s condition as “aggressive” and “life-threatening”. According to News.com.au, it was apparently known to some in the
Some terribly sad news has come through today. The very much loved Angels frontman Doc Neeson has been admitted to hospital on account of a recently discovered brain tumour. The severity of the situation is immediately clear. According to The Music Network, Neeson is to begin chemo and continue treatment for the next 6 months.
March has just got even more awesome, with Guns N’ Roses heading our way to play arenas and outdoor shows in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne.
Kings of 80’s hair metal Motley Crue have announced an Australian Tour for September 2011! It will be Motley Crue’s first appearance here in 6 years, and this time the original line up will be joined on by Poison frontman and reality TV star Bret Michaels as well as Australia’s own aging rock god The