The gravelly vocals of Australian bluesy Americana artist Rory Ellis take listeners to the dark world of domestic violence in his new single, Another Woman Down.
Inspired by the experience of someone dear to him, Rory wrote about the behaviour of a […]
THE HEAVY ENTERTAINMENT SHOW TO DESCEND ON GEELONG!
MT DUNEED ESTATE– SATURDAY MARCH 3
Tickets on sale Thursday September 7
Global pop phenomenon ROBBIE WILLIAMS today confirms that he will bring his mammoth Heavy Entertainment Show World Tour to Australia in February and […]
Music: Count Us In is Australia’s biggest schools initiative, where students across the country sing the same song, on the same day, at the same time.
Each year, Music: Count Us In brings more than half a million people together in […]
We are a friendly group of people who play and sing for our mutual enjoyment. Non commercial – no audience – just us.
Do you sing or play a violin, banjo, mandolin, guitar, ukelele, etc, and enjoy cosy jam sessions?
If you […]
It is said that there are only two themes for songwriters: love and death. Greg Champion leans toward death…
Fifteen years back Greg released an album which took the flippant label
Cheeerful Songs About Death. Now he’s at it again with the […]
29 and 30 July
St John’s Anglican Church Creswick and St Paul’s Anglican Church Clunes
The third program in the inaugural Four Seasons Fine Music Festival is the Winter Solstice program, which will be held over two days at the Anglican […]
Australia’s most prestigious 70’s soul/R&B group, STYLUS, is enjoying a new lease of life – following great shows in 2015 and 2016, in Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne.
From the beginning, having a huge hit with their version of Seals & Croft’s […]
A great update here regarding Premiss’ June 2 Just For Kicks single launch at the Rosemount Hotel.
With the lyrical theme of Just For Kicks touching on child labour within the shoe industry and a reminder that UNICEF estimate that there are […]
Entries open for “The Arts for All” Royal South Street’s new competition for people with a disability
Royal South Street will open entries for its exciting new section that provides performance opportunities for people in our community with a disability this Friday.
‘The Arts for All’ is the new name for the competition following a public vote that […]
Media Release – Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Calvin Bowman has been recognised as one of Australia’s finest musicians and composers.
Dr Bowman went to school at Ballarat Grammar, studied at the University of Melbourne and was the first Australian to graduate with a […]