She’s been obsessed with the Australian classic film Jaws since she was a young girl, so it’s no surprise that Amy chose the word Shark to round out her stage name. With a penchant for fishing and all things Great White, it’s just another facet of the musician and film producer whose career was catapulted into the top charts last year with her ode to adolescent love, ‘Adore’.
You know what’s better than belting out Savage Garden at your mate’s karaoke party? Belting out Savage Garden in The Sup’, that’s what.
After over a decade making music as a solo artist on the world stage, it’s a wonder Corinne Bailey Rae hasn’t yet made the trip down-under. But come this April, she will be performing her first set of shows in Melbourne and Sydney, as well as a slot at this year’s Byron Bay Bluesfest.
For someone like Ewen Baker, who has spent over 25 years as a touring musician, crafted a massive career as a solo violinist, as well as sharing stages worldwide with the likes of Archie Roach and many other esteemed musicians, one of the greatest joys is seeing that your music won’t stop when you do.
With a career spanning seven studio albums and being classed as the godfathers of the ‘emo’ movement, Taking Back Sunday have truly earned icon status. Now the guys are back with their new release Tidal Wave, which highlights a new sound and direction for the band. However, according to Adam Lazzara, the bands front man, Taking Back Sunday has never tried to fit into a particular genre.
WOMADelaide is said to be the “world’s festival” bringing together some of the finest international acts to our shores.
Rock Off MND is a live music event which raises funds for Motor Neurone Disease (MND) research and promotes awareness around the local community. Taking place at Deakin’s Waterfront Campus, it was decided that after the previous years successful events, raising more than $60,000 in 2015 alone, it was time to go again!