In celebration of 30 years in the music industry, the church have just announced they will be playing the Sydney Opera House on April 10th 2011, along with accompaniment from the George Ellis Orchestra. The show which will see the iconic band revisiting the best work from their long career, hand picked by band members
After finishing off 2009 with a mainly sold out tour performing both acoustic and electric dates around Australia, the church ease themselves into 2010 with a special acoustic show at Sydney’s excellent new music restaurant, Notes Live in Newtown on Thursday 18th February.
the church continue a prolific output on their own Unorthodox label through MGM, with three simultaneous releases to coincide with the “So Love May Find Us” Summer Tour 2009. After select appearances prior to the Golden Plains Festival earlier in the year and a successful 5 week tour of the US and Canada, the band
After a successful 5 week tour of the US and Canada The Church return to Australia for a national tour in November and December.
Steve Kilbey is always busy doing something. Looking over The Church’s previous releases you can see he’s been very goddamned busy.
In this issue: The Fuji Collective, Eagles of Death Metal, The Church, McKisko, Cut Chemist, The Fumes, Mark Pritchard, Quan