Johnston Street Jazz (JSJ) draws local, interstate, international and emerging musos to play in inner city Annandale – and it’s a live venue for serious listeners.
It’s not often an album resonates with you and makes you actually feel everty gorgeous lyric sung.
Rosie Meader is 17 and heading into her HSC exams at the Newtown High School of the Performing Arts . She’s also just released her third CD.
How does it all come together? Eight musicians playing as one, yet each instrument can be heard distinctly.
The dynamic duo of blues and soul, Rick “Hat” Fitzpatrick and Cara Robinson, deliver yet another knockout blow on their current Australian tour.
Want to rub shoulders with acrobatic primates in the steaming jungles of Madagascar?
Triplex are a Sydney-based jazz rock consisting of Michael Coggins, Tim Bradley and Andrew Morris.
Wow, Angel Olsen is good! Earthy and ethereal (it’s hard to resist allusions to the angelic).
Produced by the Mosman Musical Society, the cabaret style Fly Me to the Moon is an excellent evening’s entertainment. The selection and variety of songs from more mellow and less worldly times combined with the enormous talent of this dedicated group assured the audience of a heart-warming, “feel-good” performance.
What Lola Heard: Theatrical Sounds from Climate Change (Lola) played to a packed audience at the Sound Lounge at Sydney’s Seymour Centre on February 11 – just a few days after Penrith reached 47.3 degrees Celsius.