Australian singer/songwriters Jen Cloher, Liz Stringer and Mia Dyson have teamed up to present a very special three-woman show and will appear at Bluesfest
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In New Orleans Bourbon Street may be the most famous street in the French Quarter, but round here Bourbon Street are much-loved 80s rockers.
Zion Train are dub/dance pioneers and have been undisputed leaders in the genre for the past two decades. The band were heavily involved in alternative and DIY underground culture in the UK during the 1990s as well as being the purveyors of the finest roots reggae music during that period.
A finalist in the 2012 MusicOz singer/songwriter awards Keller admits to being heavily influenced by the two great Pauls of contemporary music: Simon and Kelly
Byron Bay local, Leeorah Hursky has briefly returned to town after spending the last five years in Africa.
Tasmania-born singer/songwriter Audrey Auld, now US citizen and resident of Nashville, has returned to Australia for a tour, which includes an afternoon performance at the Courthouse Hotel in Mullumbimby this Sunday.
Excited to be home after a stint in the US, Kingswood have teamed up with Calling All Cars and are back on the road with new single Sucker Punch in hand.
Gambian musicians Yusupha Ngum, Amadou Suso and Australian guitarist Steve Berry are breaking boundaries and capturing hearts and minds with their globe-spanning fusion of traditional and contemporary music.
Mandy Nolan speaks to a bunch of Byron lads who travelled around the world before settling with the boys next door and Froggy turned his bedroom into a recording studio
Fostering local and emerging talent from the grassroots is key for Falls Festival Byron Bay. Glenn Wright and Valley Lipcer have carefully put together the local programming, which will make up a large part of the feel and experience of the festival.
Violinist Laura Targett steps out of the shadows and into the limelight when she launches her brand new CD. Mandy Nolan spoke with Laura about her emergence from fiddle player to singer, revealing a unique and evocative voice.
A person’s life can change in a moment. For singer/songwriter Felicity Burdett, everything changed when she lost both her daughters, aged eight and ten, and her ex-husband in a car crash just outside Braidwood NSW.
Fyah Walk will be releasing their third album Spirit Fyah this Friday at The Great Northern alongside the powerful Brisbane band, Bullhorn. Seven spoke with Fyah Walk’s Simon Jerrems.
The state government asked for feedback on its arts and cultural policy, so we sought the opinions of three local arts producer. Not all of them were entirely complimentary. But two throught there were some good elements.
NORPA is developing a new dance theatre work about Bundjalung country, Bundjalung Nghari: The Gathering. As part of the process, this week it's hosting a free community event.
Opening Night at the Mullum Music Festival is Mullum’s premier night of nights. One of the jaw-dropping acts of the night is sure to be Aluka, a three-piece experimental vocal group.
There is nothing quite as magical in the comedy world as light-footed Dave Callan dancing Beyonce’s All the Single Ladies. In fact, this comedian, who started off spoofing the pop act, found himself quite the dancer, and in the end learnt her entire choreography.
The cast of NORPAs final show for its 2013 season, The Haunting of Daniel Gartrell, stuck around for a Q&A with S Sorrensen after they wrapped up the final show of the tour on Saturday night.
If you haven’t experienced the percussive magic of Greg Sheehan then you have been living under a rock. He is an innovator who is regarded internationally as one of the best in his field.
This Thursday a collective of highly talented local musicians, all who share a love and respect for the songwriting and huge musical catalogue of rock icon Neil Young, are coming together for a one-night-only concert at the Byron Theatre.
The Little Stevies are back, with a brand-new baby, a new lineup, a new album and a whole new approach. No longer with MGM, Little Stevies have decided to take the independent route, releasing their third album Diamonds For Your Tea just last week.
Putting on the ruby slippers and stepping into Dorothy’s for an adaptation of the Wizard of Oz has been a challenging experience for actor Caroline Dunphy. Seven speaks with her about this bold and collaborative take on a classic.
The fabulous Ms Lisa Hunt will be turning heads with her first return show in Australia at the Bangalow Bowling Club on Saturday. Seven decided to find out a little more about the girl who’s been knocking ’em out for more than 14 years.
The Stillsons are singers Justin Bernasconi on guitar and Cat Canteri on drums, along with pedal shell guitars Ben Franz (the Waifs). Joining them on Never Go Your Way is special guest Edmondo Ammendola from Augie March on bass guitar. Seven spoke with Justin about the upcoming tour for their third album.