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Drag DJ duo Jawbreakers are taking over Death Disco at Capitol

Drag DJ duo Jawbreakers are taking over Death Disco at Capitol

Melbourne’s drag DJ duo Jawbreakers are heading to the west coast for an extra-glittery edition of Death Disco at Capitol. Kali Forni-Kate and Sabrina Babyslut broke onto the scene with POOF DOOF in Melbourne, and made a name for themselves with a second-place finish at the 2018 Your Shot DJ competition. The queens will be […]

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Ben Folds joins WASO at Perth Concert Hall in March

Ben Folds joins WASO at Perth Concert Hall in March

Ben Folds returns to WASO in March 2020, as part of a nationwide concert tour performing his hits live with symphony musicians. In eight performances across Australia, the acclaimed artist will perform his best known works in collaboration with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (6-7 March), the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (11-12 March), West Australian Symphony Orchestra […]

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Feinstein & Fox are ‘Shaken and Stirred’ on their east coast tour

Feinstein & Fox are ‘Shaken and Stirred’ on their east coast tour

Five-time Grammy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy-nominated American performer Michael Feinstein will tour Australia in November together with special guest, Australian musical theatre star, Bobby Fox and their awesome band, re-imagining classic songs from The Great American Songbook. The tour will play dates in Brisbane and Melbourne before a final show at the Sydney Opera House. […]

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Janet Jackson dances into Perth for RNB Fridays Live 2019

Janet Jackson dances into Perth for RNB Fridays Live 2019

RNB Fridays Live have announced a massive line-up for their 2019 festival, hitting Australian cities this November. Dancefloor queen Janet Jackson is heading the bill, bringing decades of hits to HBF Park later this year. Miss Jackson (if you’re nasty) will be joined by the Black Eyed Peas, 50 Cent, Jason Derulo, Keri Hilson, J-Kwon […]

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Missy Higgins, Meg Mac & Didirri to play Kings Park this summer

Missy Higgins, Meg Mac & Didirri to play Kings Park this summer

Three great Australian voices will take over Kings Park & Botanic Garden this summer as part of an exciting series of outdoor concerts. Missy Higgins, Meg Mac and rising star Didirri will be teaming up for a captivating concert in the beautiful surrounds of Kings Park. “Back in February I had a career-first when I […]

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Christine Anu shares her love of the music of Aretha Franklin

Christine Anu shares her love of the music of Aretha Franklin

Christine Anu will be returning to Perth to perform Rewind – The Aretha Franklin Songbook for just one night at Freo.Social. The show sees Anu take on many of the songs recorded by Franklin during her long career including Respect, (You Make Me Feel) Like a Natural Woman, Bridge Over Troubled Waters and Today I Sing the Blues. Chatting […]

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‘Ol’ Black Eyes’ Alice Cooper to tour Australia in February 2020

‘Ol’ Black Eyes’ Alice Cooper to tour Australia in February 2020

Iconic shock rocker Alice Cooper has announced he’s returning to Australia in February 2020 with his all-new Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back show. Special guests with Alice Cooper on the Australian leg of this international tour will be Aussie rock stalwarts Airbourne along with MC50, featuring Wayne Kramer of the legendary MC5 with an all-star band […]

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RTRFM asks people to “be different” and donate during Radiothon

RTRFM asks people to “be different” and donate during Radiothon

Local community radio RTRFM 92.1 is launching its Radiothon festivities on Friday with myriad live performances and parties. Each August the volunteer lead station asks listeners to become subscribers to the station, over 300 people volunteer at the station that delivers mountains of local Western Australian music and community focussed current affairs and arts content. […]

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Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley announces Australian tour

Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley announces Australian tour

Tony Hadley, former lead singer from one the biggest bands of the 1980s, Spandau Ballet has announced he will return to Australia in February and March 2020 for a solo tour with his full band that will see him perform Spandau Ballet’s biggest hits and new material from his new album Talking to the Moon. […]

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Mojo Juju wins big at the National Indigenous Music Awards

Mojo Juju wins big at the National Indigenous Music Awards

Australia’s biggest celebration of First Nations music, the National Indigenous Music Awards celebrated a massive year in Australian music tonight under the stars at Darwin’s iconic Amphitheatre with Baker Boy and Mojo Juju walking away as the night’s big winners. Baker Boy walked home with Artist Of The Year following his success as Young Australian […]

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