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Fremantle Symphony Orchestra wrap up the year with an exciting program

Fremantle Symphony Orchestra wrap up the year with an exciting program

The Fremantle Symphony Orchestra’s final concert of 2019 will feature dramatic and engaging repertoire. In a program curated and conducted by the Orchestra’s Artistic Director, David Pye, and titled Tempest, the Orchestra will perform Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 3, two of Britten’s Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Smetana’s The Moldau from Ma Vlast and the world […]

Sir Rod Stewart announces Australian Tour for 2020

Sir Rod Stewart announces Australian Tour for 2020

Sir Rod Stewart returns to Australia for an eight-date tour in 2020, playing both arenas and winery dates. Kicking off at the Sandalford Estate in Perth on Saturday October 17 the tour wraps up at Sirromet Wines in Mount Cotton on Saturday November 7, following stops in Sydney, Melbourne, Geelong, Bowral and the Hunter Valley. […]

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Dua Lipa to headline the 2020 Sydney Mardi Gras Party

Dua Lipa is set to headline next year’s Mardi Gras Party, taking place after the iconic Mardi Gras Parade on Saturday 29 February, 2020. Dua Lipa has established herself as a glittering force in pop music, with her chart topping single New Rules, and a host of hits including Be The One, Hotter Than Hell, […]

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Simple Minds, OMD and Eurogliders for ‘A Day on the Green’

Simple Minds, OMD and Eurogliders for ‘A Day on the Green’

You probably haven’t bought a 2020 diary yet, but get one and mark next 26th November off as a date for revisiting the music of the 1980s. Scottish band Simple Minds have announced they will be returning to Australia in November 2020 for their 40 Years of Hits Tour 2020. They will be joined by […]

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Review: WASO shine under the mirror ball with ‘Disco Wonderland’

Review: WASO shine under the mirror ball with ‘Disco Wonderland’

Disco Wonderland: A Night at Studio 54 | Perth Concert Hall | Until 9 Nov | ★ ★ ★ ★ It’s a tried and tested way to build new audiences, program something familiar to get them in the doors and in now time they’ll progress from disco to Dvorak. The West Australian Symphony Orchestra put on a […]

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Casey Donovan & Vanessa Amorosi step up for ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides’

Casey Donovan & Vanessa Amorosi step up for ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides’

SBS have announced the first two artists in the running to represent Australia and next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Australian Idol alum Casey Donovan and Absolutely Everybody singer Vanessa Amorosi will be two of our home-grown singers to put original tunes to the Australian public for a chance to be the fifth representative from down under. Amorosi […]

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Melanie C teams up with queer collective Sink The Pink on ‘High Heels’

Melanie C teams up with queer collective Sink The Pink on ‘High Heels’

Sporty Spice has joined forces with UK LGBTIQ+ club collective Sink The Pink on a high-camp new tune and music video. High Heels sees Melanie C partying with drag queens, queer performers, trans folk and older LGBTIQ+ people in a glittering celebration. Beginning in 2008, Sink The Pink has grown from a small event in […]

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Sam Smith covers Donna Summer’s ‘I Feel Love’ for Target campaign

Sam Smith covers Donna Summer’s ‘I Feel Love’ for Target campaign

You might have noticed a new advertisement for Target which features a catchy version of the Donna Summer disco classic I Feel Love. Sam Smith teamed up with longtime collaborator Guy Lawrence, who is one half of British outfit Disclosure, to record the track. The iconic tune was released by Summer in 1977 and is one […]

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New George Michael song released ahead of ‘Last Christmas’ film

New George Michael song released ahead of ‘Last Christmas’ film

Last Christmas the film inspired by the Wham! hit is in cinemas today, and it’s packed full of songs written by George Michael. Over the closing credits of the film is a brand new song from the late singer. This Is How (We Want You To Get High) is the first new music from the George Michael since […]

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Cub Sport drop dreamy video for ‘I Never Cried So Much In My Whole Life’

Cub Sport drop dreamy video for ‘I Never Cried So Much In My Whole Life’

Cub Sport recently released their new collaboration with fellow Aussie fave Darren Hayes, and now they’ve dropped an ethereal new video to accompany the track. I Never Cried So Much In My Whole Life marks a new phase for the Brisbane quartet, led by queer vocalist Tim Nelson. “We wanted this video to be ethereal, […]

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