Kingswood Tour 2015
Oct14

Kingswood Tour 2015

Fergus Linacre, Alex Laska, Jeremy Hunter and Justin Debrincat make up the four-piece rock band from Melbourne, Kingswood. The band has performed at numerous festivals including Splendour In The Grass, Big Day Out, Groovin The Moo and Falls Festivals. In 2014, the band returned from Nashville having recorded their debut album with Grammy Award winning producer Vance Powell (Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, The Ractonteurs)....

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$1500 cash to be won at Rosebud Buskfest
Oct14

$1500 cash to be won at Rosebud Buskfest

With $1000 cash as first prize up for grabs, plus significant other cash and performance opportunities, mentoring and recording packages, Rosebud’s second Busking Festival will attract a large number of talented performers and will be a treat for spectators! Taking place on the morning of Saturday 14th November from 10am, the 35 buskers including soloists, bands, choirs, actors, artists and clowns, will be located sites on the...

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Calling all Musos: a brand new open mic night
Oct14

Calling all Musos: a brand new open mic night

A brand new music night has arrived at the bayside area’s funkiest lounge and party place, supporting live & local acoustic, grassroots talent each and every Thursday night! Hosted by former Mornington Peninsula – now Bayside – local and singer-songwriter Simon Imrei, the night is a chance to connect musicians from all around Melbourne and surrounds with a unique new venue with an intimate and nurturing environment, despite what...

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An Audience With His Grace
Oct14

An Audience With His Grace

‘An Audience With His Grace’ opened at The Gaiety Theatre on Wednesday, and Brendan Grace received a standing ovation from a thrilled audience … His gags have a great hit rate and delight a capacity crowd. After 44 years in showbiz, Brendan Grace still knows how to send them home smiling.”  – Eamon Sweenie, The Irish Independent, 25 March 2015 Born in the heart of Dublin in 1951, Grace was raised in the inner city...

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A fresh new avenue for aspiring singers
Oct14

A fresh new avenue for aspiring singers

Hit Makers Australia Director Sean Declase describes the music school as “A world of opportunities.” Beginning in Mordialloc and now growing into three new locations, HMA delivers a twist to the traditional singing lessons method. “The idea was to create a place where students can learn the ins and outs of the music industry – not just singing” Declase states. “We have an A&R division where we search for and develop...

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