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Copies of Mark Seymour’s Roll Back The Stone are already arriving this week – for fans who put their cash into the project last year 🙂 Enjoy! 🙂
The first and only gig since 2014…! Saturday 4 March 2017 Concert Oval, Clipsal 500, Adelaide Hunters and Collectors Main Set: Introduction (Assault on Precinct 13) Talking to a Stranger Blind Eye Inside a Fireball True Tears of Joy This Morning Where Do You Go? Stuck on You Crime of Passion Dog Say Goodbye Back in more »
Hunters and Collectors with the Baby Animals – Saturday 4 March 2017! You won’t want to miss this. Exclusively reuniting for Clipsal 500 Adelaide in 2017, iconic Aussie rock band Hunters & Collectors are headlining the Saturday night concert! 18 years have passed since the ARIA Hall of Fame inductees disbanded, with only a handful of more »
Great news for the many fans of both Midnight Oil and Hunters and Collectors… Jack Howard, trumped and backing vocalist of Hunters and Collectors, will be joining Midnight Oil for their 2017 tour!
The 30th anniversary of the almighty Human Frailty album has not gone unnoticed at Castlemaine Brewery… it may help that one of the owners is Hunters drummer Doug Falconer! To celebrate, this weekend – the all important Grand Final weekend – the brewery will introduce a new brew, Frailty Pale Ale. Castlemaine Brewing Company promises us: Live more »
Coming soon from the Castlemaine Brewing Company…
Join Mark and James as they make their way around Australia for the “…And The Rest is History” tour, with dates locked in for state capitals and beyond. The live relationship between James Reyne and Mark Seymour began back in 2007, when they embarked on a massive 90 date national tour, showcasing an extraordinary catalogue more »
Jack Howard has written a new track, Home Is Where The Heart Is, for the 2016 Melbourne Day celebrations. Jack tells us the story… This is a song about Melbourne – written for the official 2016 Melbourne Day celebrations. It’s my story of growing up in the north-western suburbs to my life playing in a more »
Ashleigh Wilson’s biography of the artist Brett Whiteley has been released as an audiobook – with Mark Seymour doing the reading! Be sure to check it out 🙂