Alex G has added an additional pit-stop on his Australian tour next month, heading to the Sound Merch store in the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood to perform an intimate solo acoustic set on Wednesday, 6th December.
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Long-standing Australian music industry charity Support Act will receive $2 million in funding from the Victorian government. Jacinta Allan’s Labor Government is coming good on a commitment made during the party’s successful 2022 election campaign to support live music over the next four years.
The announcement was made at a press conference on Monday, 27th November. The Support Act team were joined
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Irish singer-songwriter David Keenan has announced a run of Australian tour dates for late January and early February 2024. The artist’s first tour the continent comes in advance of his as-yet-untitled fourth studio album, which is set for release in the new year.
“Australia, I’m grateful and excited to be coming to your beautiful country,” Keenan wrote when announcing the tour on social media. “Who’s with me on this new adventure? These gigs will be unforgettable, a
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Foo Fighters performed the closing concert at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, 26th November. The band’s setlist included all of their biggest hits, such as ‘All My Life’, ‘Learn to Fly’, ‘Times Like These’ and ‘Everlong’. What it didn’t include, however, was any cuss words out of the mouth of bandleader Dave Grohl, as Consequence reports.
Grohl was kept in line by a print-out throughout the show, which read, “NO CURSING”. Sweari
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Irish septet The Mary Wallopers have announced their first-ever Australian tour, with the Dandalk folk-punk act set to touch down in May 2024 for a five-date capital city jaunt. The band is currently on tour in support of their second studio album, the fittingly-titled Irish Rock & Roll.
“People of Australia,” the band said in a statement announcing the tour. “Brace yourselves, because we are coming to play you a