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  • Will Ian "Molly" Meldrum ever work for Channel 7 again?

    Will Ian "Molly" Meldrum ever work for Channel 7 again?

    In front of a room full of supporters, Ian Meldrum affectionately known as Molly walked slowly to the front and took a seat in front of a microphone.

    His reason for attending the Readings Bookstore on Acland Street, St Kilda tonight was to launch his second book - "Ah well, Nobody's Perfect - the untold stories"

    With his red-headed grumpy and moody assistant Yael Cohn in the front row, Molly took questions from the audience about his experiences on TV and his well known...
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  • SUGAR MOUNTAIN 16 | Final ticket release – $119 until sold out + $15,000 raised for Asylum Seeker Resource Centre


    SUGAR MOUNTAIN 2016

    FINAL TICKET RELEASE – $119 UNTIL SOLD OUT
    + $15,000 RAISED FOR ASYLUM SEEKER RESOURCE CENTRE
    SET TIMES & MAPS COMING NEXT WEEK


    ‘One of the most vibrant and distinctive annual events in Melbourne.’– Resident Advisor’s Top 10 Jan / Feb 2016 Festivals
    ‘Sugar Mountain is renowned for boasting a diverse line-up of obscure talent and some of this country’s most virile young artists, both visual and musical… 2016 is no exception’ – Hhhappy ‘The line-up to e
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  • The 60's Rocked Again - The Launch of The 100 Greatest Australian Singles of the '60s

    When is a book launch far more than a book launch? When you are launching the 100 Greatest Australian Singles of the ‘60s!
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  • The Making of Midnight Oil

    The Making of Midnight Oil

    The Making of Midnight Oil

    Celebrating the power and the passion of one of the world’s most inspirational rock bands



    Peter Garrett at the Tanelorn Festival, 1981, photograph by Rob Draper, Courtesy of the Midnight Oil Archive

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  • Keep Music Live - Latest Gigs In And Around Melbourne

    Keep Music Live - Latest Gigs In And Around Melbourne

    The following information has been kindly supplied by Dom Barbuto of the Melbourne Chapter of the Debonairs.
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  • The Australian Songwriters Conference - 2016

    The Australian Songwriters Conference - 2016

    After a six year hiatus the Australian Songwriters Conference (ASC) returns!
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  • Sean Marchetti: The Yarra Street Project

    Sean Marchetti: The Yarra Street Project



    Singer/songwriter Sean Marchetti describes music as his “salvation” during some significantly hard times. It was through necessity he developed the characteristic soul/blues/pop hybrid style that now defines his sound. Currently one of Melbourne’s most popular live music acts, Marchetti’s enviable career thus far has seen the 29 year-old play shows right across his home state; including numerous AFL functions, and supporting industry stalwarts: Jimmy Barnes, Thirsty Merc, John Steven...
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  • Tagg - the alternative gig guide HARD COPY!

    Tagg - the alternative gig guide HARD COPY!



    TAGG the alternative gig guide celebrating the launch of it’s hard copy, pocket sized entertainment guide on Sunday at St Kilda’s Sports Club.

    This very special event rocked in with
    SLAB centre stage with Nelson Fuller on lead guitar / vocals, Ben Blaak on bass and James Pacholli rocking on drums; all looking and sounding like very hot stuff.

    TAGG is a state-of-the-art, multi media pocket sized gig and entertainment guide which will soon to be hitting the
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  • Regin Le Faye - A Review of Her Debut Album: Feel The Love

    Regin Le Faye - A Review of Her Debut Album: Feel The Love

    V is for "Vivacious" and V is for "Voice" - Regin Le Faye is the first and is definitely has the second.
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  • Cream of The Crate: Album # 139 - Mary Wells: The Best Of

    Cream of The Crate: Album # 139 - Mary Wells: The Best Of

    "Wells was part of the charge of black music onto the radio waves and record shelves of white America" (New York Times - July 27, 1992)
    "Mary was our first big, big star,"
    (Esther Gordy Edwards, Ms. Wells's personal manager at Motown and a sister of Berry Gordy)




    This is album review number one hundred and thirty nine in the series of retro-reviews of both vinyl and CD albums from my collection.
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  • Cream of The Crate: Album # 138 - Slim Harpo: The Best Of

    Cream of The Crate: Album # 138 - Slim Harpo: The Best Of

    "What's the point in listening to us doing "I'm A King Bee" when you can listen to Slim Harpo doing it?." (Mick jagger - Interview with Rolling Stone Oct. 1968)
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    Slim Harpo may not be a household name among rock ‘n’ roll fans, but he should be."
    (Popmatters)
    "He put the tackle box in a chair by the vocal mike and it was stuffed full of harmonicas. The man meant business"
    (Jonathan Foose - New Orleans musician)



    This is album review number one hundred and thirty eight in the series of retro-reviews of both vinyl and CD albums from my collection.
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  • Quarter Past Late - A review of the Release by Ross Nicholson

    Quarter Past Late - A review of the Release by Ross Nicholson

    Listening to Ross sing is at times like velvet being slowly passed across fine sandpaper or gravel spread with honey. It's like the voice of hard experience that has been tempered with a fine wine.

    Quarter Past Late is the latest solo release from well known Australian musician Ross Nicholson
    . In CD format it features 12 tracks, 10 of which are original tracks composed by Ross. Released late in 2014, Ross has drawn upon his 55 years of experiences in and around the music scene to produce a quality selection of music.
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  • Cream of The Crate: Album # 136 - Various Artists: Zydeco [The Essential Collection]

    "Zydeco is the rollicking dance music of South Louisiana's African-American Creoles.(Album liner notes)
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    As far as zydeco collections go, this is an outstanding one."
    (Adam Greenberg - AllMusic)
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    This rollicking collection features many of the greatest names in Louisiana music
    ." (Tower Records)



    This is album review number one hundred and thirty six in the series of retro-reviews of both vinyl and CD albums from my collection.
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  • Max Merritt - Australian Superstar Raising Money For New Album

    Max Merritt - Australian Superstar Raising Money For New Album

    There are Australian musicians, there are Australian music icons and there are a few, but real, Australian Music Superstars. Max Merritt is one of those true Superstars.

    Now after a hiatus of some 25 years, this amazing and legendary man is returning to the studio and readers can assist in this project.
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  • Cream of The Crate: Album # 135 - Various Artists: So You Wanna Be A Rock & Roll Star Volume 1

    "It all happened so fast and was over so quick nobody really understood it (Glenn A Baker - liner notes)
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    One of the few comprehensive various-artists documents of the mid-'60s Australian rock scene."
    (AllMusic)
    "Without doubt an essential purchase for anyone with a serious interest in Australian music of the '60s." (Milesago)



    This is album review number one hundred and thirty five in the series of retro-reviews of both vinyl and CD albums from my collection.

    The series is called
    Cream of The Crate and each review represents an album that I believe represents significant musical value, either because of its rarity, because it represents the best of a style or styles of a music or because there is something unique about the music, the group or the particular production.
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