Goldfynch Debut With ‘Brighter Day’

April 15, 2021

Sydney’s Goldfynch – the new Latin and French inspired jazz, acoustic rock incarnation from multi-award winning guitarist/composer Gavin Libotte and multilingual Singer/Songwriter Niyati Libotte – have released the debut track, ‘Brighter Day’, from their forthcoming album. A lush and […]

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Music From The Home Front Returns

April 12, 2021

ANZAC DAY EVE – SATURDAY 24 APRIL 2021 LIVE AT MELBOURNE’S SIDNEY MYER MUSIC BOWL PLUS A MAJOR TELEVISED CONCERT EVENT Watched by over 1.419 million viewers on Anzac Day 2020, Music From The Home Front was […]

The Birth of L.A. Rock

April 4, 2021

In his new book, Hollywood Eden, Joel Selvin tells the compelling story of the beginnings of the Southern California rock scene. By Michael Goldberg. The Beach Boys “Good Vibrations” may be the greatest rock recording […]

Bluesfest Cancelled!

March 30, 2021

A lot can happen in a couple of days in the Covid-19 era. Just a few days ago we told you that organisers were assuring patrons that Bluesfest was going ahead this Easter weekend. But […]

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Tamara Saviano Talks About Guy Clark Documentary

March 29, 2021

Tamara Saviano is a renowned producer and author. Her biography Without Getting Killed or Caught: The Life and Music of Guy Clark was published in 2016. Now, Saviano has co-directed the documentary Without Getting Killed or Caught, which premiered […]

Sarah McLeod – One Electric Lady

March 16, 2021

By Brian Wise. Sarah McLeod certainly used the lockdown to good advantage and you can hear evidence of that on her current One Electric Lady tour. McLeod not only started a Patreon site, McLeod’s Wolf Pack, […]

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Doug Parkinson R.I.P.

March 16, 2021

Australian singer Doug Parkinson died suddenly at his Sydney home, aged 74, on Monday, according to his publicist Lionel Midford. “Just received the saddest news that Doug Parkinson, the legendary Australian recording artist with a […]

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