Stop the newspaper mama, Peter Combe says that Tony Abbott is “a very unfunny joke”.
Melbourne Ska Orchestra headlined the Boogie Nights intro into the Falls Festival 2011, before the main stage festivities kicked off on the 29th.
Isn’t it funny how you can’t remember how to do quadratic fractions from Year 11 but you can remember silly dances to songs from when you were five?
Children's entertainer Peter brings his Crunchy Munchy VERY Sticky Christmas Band to eager adults at The Gov.
Peter Combe performs to a newspaper hat-wearing, toffee apple-wielding crowd with childhood hits including "Spaghetti Bolognaise", "Newspaper Mama" and "Toffee Apple" at The Gov.
Peter Combe plays up a storm at The Zoo.
Now, toffee apples always seem like an awesome idea
Children of the eighties united to see Peter Combe and The Juicy Juicy Green Grass Band take to the ANU Bar stage. Newpaper hats and toffee apples were the order of the night.
Another week of quality live music in the Capital as the FasterLouder crew crazily walked, bused, drove and skied our way around the city to cover the hottest gigs and club nights. From Dead Kitten's to homemade paper hats, this week we had it all.
Drawing close to the entrance to Fly By Night Musician's Club, hearing the unmistakable sound of Queen's Flash Gordon Theme Song blasting within; Some might have hesitated to enter, wondering exactly what they were in for.
A bunch of twenty-somethings turn back the clock and drunkenly attempt to 'wash their face with orange juice'.
The Governor Hindmarsh hosts a Peter Combe double header
After a chance encounter when drunken uni students crashed a kid's performance starring Combe, and sold-out test shows in Melbourne and Adelaide - Combe has taken his much-loved kids show on the road again to the delight of uni students acro