The musical inspired by the songs of Alanis Morissette’s iconic 90s record Jagged Little Pill is coming to Australia from Broadway.
Julia Stone shares how she got Hollywood royalty Susan Sarandon and Danny Glover and a dream team to help make her new solo record.
On his latest album, Kevin Mitchell’s alter ego Bob Evans leans into grizzly middle age and produces his finest album to date
From annoying novelty hits involving a frog to an early gaslighting anthem - do you agree with our list of Australia’s worst No. 1 songs? Cast your vote.
Cameron Adams, Kathy McCabe
WA Opera returns to 100pc capacity with Rossini’s The Barber of Seville and WA baritone James Clayton in the title role Figaro
The ARIA Award-winning singer says a few changes will be made to her show to keep it within COVID-19 restrictions.
Chart-topper John Butler has unveiled dates for his first post-pandemic national tour, which includes seven gigs across the State — including a WA first for the roots rock king.
It was the Farewell Tour that wasn’t. Twenty years ago supergroup KISS played their “last show” on the Gold Coast.
London Grammar singer Hannah Reid steps forward to fight toxic misogyny in the music industry on indie-pop outfit’s third album
Matt Gudinski has revealed Ed Sheeran’s musical tribute to his dad will live on, as the Music From the Home Front concert will return.
WA Symphony Orchestra, Ben Northey and Claire Edwardes channel dance, devils and legend with Iain Grandage and Rimsky-Korsakov at Perth Concert Hall
Festival promoters fear losing millions of dollars as governments hold out on extending the insurance safety net against sudden COVID cancellations. Here’s what it means for the industry.
Matt Gudinski has officially become CEO of the Mushroom Group and is keen to keep his father’s legacy.
Matt Gudinski takes reins from his late legendary father at influential entertainment group.
When British band Glass Animals were tipped to make No. 1 on Triple J’s Hottest 100 with Heat Waves, frontman Dave Bayley made a bold promise.
English indie pop trio London Grammar have unveiled dates for an Australian tour next year, kicking off in Perth — their first gigs in WA for four years.
John Keene conducts and plays Bottesini with Fremantle Chamber Orchestra at Perth Town Hall and Fremantle Naval Store
City of Perth officers have floated the idea of charging punters to attend the traditionally free State of The Art music festival — as part of a deal to see WA Day celebrations back in the CBD.
Three years after her marriage to Purple Wiggle Lachlan Gillespie ended, Emma Watkins has announced her engagement to fellow bandmate Oliver Brian.
Singer Quindon Tarver, best known for his emotional performance in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, has died in a car crash aged 38.
WA Symphony Orchestra, Ben Northey and Claire Edwardes play Dances with Devils: Concerto for Percussion and Orchestra, by Iain Grandage, at Perth Concert Hall
DMX has been taken off life support after suffering a heart attack, with the rapper's lawyer saying he remains concerned about the 50-year-old.
If it’s OK for the AFL, NRL and Hamilton premiere to go ahead, it makes no sense for Gladys Berejiklian to stop Bluesfest, argues Kathy McCabe.
One’s an iconic Aussie rocker, the other steered The Wiggles to global stardom. Now Jimmy Barnes and Paul Field are doing a duet together.
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