A show that definitely deserves a reminder is November’s A Day on the Green, if for nothing else than it celebrates the man with the rusted-on voice, Jimmy Barnes. It is as perfect a time to share songs with the man, too. His new album, 30/30 Anniversary, takes a look at 30 years from one of the country’s best.
We’re a couple of weeks away from the second annual Bendigo Craft Beer Festival, so we figured we should grab a drink and pick up a little slow-cooked BBQ as we take a good look at what to expect. The basics are these: a selection of the best hand-crafted beers and ciders produced in Australia will be on display.
The Race that stops the nation! The 2014 Spring Carnival has arrived, and there is no better way to enjoy Melbourne Cup Day than at The Sporting Globe Geelong. Watch an exhilarating day of racing live on over 30 screens, enjoy great food, back a winner with our full TAB facilities, join in on the cup sweeps and then kick on with our live entertainment after the races.
After a bit of touring, some recording and a near-death experience Cisco Caesar are set to release their new album, Burnt and Broken. The band will be celebrating their new release with a few gigs around Victoria taking Skip Tucker along for the ride.
REMINDER: In celebration of their new gem Dancehall Days, The Beautiful Girls have been slowly making their way around the traps with their good tunes and vibes. The band took a spell at the end of 2012, with Mat McHugh spending time on solo material. While experimenting with tracks, McHugh thought they would sound better under The Beautiful Girls.
Acoustic roots and world musician AKoVA is coming to the Surf Coast as part of his tour of Australia’s east coast. He’ll be playing gigs at the Torquay Hotel on October 24 and Martians Café in Deans Marsh on October 25. AKoVA says he’s excited about making his Surf Coast debut.
Music can be a great healer, not just for the listener but for the artist. The story behind aggressive pop-punks Trophy Eyes’ Everything Goes Away is bathed in heartache, loss and self-abuse. It’s also rich in resilience – and fighting the good fight has certainly paid off. At the beginning of the year the band was chosen by triple j Unearthed to kick off the day at Sydney’s Soundwave.