Tag: music

‘Ladies in Black’ at Regent’s Theatre

Are you a retro formal dress fanatic? Do you love Australian stories told in song and dance? Do you have youthful memories of working retail over the summer holidays? All these things are to be found in Queensland Theatre Company’s Ladies…

RnB Fridays Live – all the greatest hits

Ever wanted to see some of the best RnB bands from around the world live at one huge concert?  We were lucky enough to do just that at RnB Fridays live. After launching as a Hit Networks radio show in…

Julia Jacklin performs to a sold-out audience at Howler

I was introduced to Julia Jacklin in April 2015 as a support for Marlon Williams (the days when Melbourne could catch him playing at the Gaso rather than stadiums in America). I was enchanted, not only because I’m a sucker…

Play On secret carpark music gig

There are a group of Melburnians who are out and about to re-create the live music experience. I had the pleasure of attending a gig a while back at the Montsalvat Arts Park which was staged by So Far Sounds…

Melbourne Music Week: Good Manners closing night party

It’s been a huge week of live music around Melbourne.  From the incredible Wednesday night Heaps Gay + Heaps Yummy show, to another colossal Live Music Safari, our music-loving minds and bodies are exhausted.  So with great effort we mustered…

Melbourne Music Week: Face the Music contemporary music summit

Melbourne is the #1 place to be in Australia if you’re keen on the live music scene, whether that’s as a punter or a performer or even a publicist (alliteration fuels creative industries). There’s one place for all these folks…

Melbourne Music Week: ‘Hush’ at the Parliament building

Melbourne Music Week never ceases to amaze in terms of innovation and quality of the performers. ‘Hush’ was billed as an evening through the Melbourne Parliament building. Over three nights, sections not normally available to the public: the Parliament library,…