The Living End
The Black Sorrows
She’s a four-time ARIA accredited Platinum seller, Australia’s exceptional entertainer, a national darling that is one of the hottest creative exports.
There is no question that JOHN WILLIAMSON is the real deal, stands by what he represents and is unashamedly proud of the country he loves.
That symbiotic relationshipbetween Moore and his fans is never more apparent than during one of his reputation-making live performances.
The Living End’s seventh album, Shift, is the hard-line sound of a band on the warpath. Pity the fool in its sights.
Music seems is genetically hard-wired into the father of three, the embodiment of that guy in the neighborhood everybody knows and loves.
Sheppard had created a phenomenon that quickly went international, the song’s call to follow your dreams packing a universal appeal.
There’s a potent chemistry that drives Busby Marou, a bond struck between two mates years ago in the corner of Rockhampton’s Oxford Hotel
The past five years have been an incredible musical journey and privilege for Russell Morris who has been fortunate enough to create and release two albums of blues and roots music.
The Black Sorrows continue to be one of Australia’s most enduring touring bands and a festival favourite.
Pierce Brothers have taken their music from busking on the streets of Melbourne to the world.