The Voice dream is over for former Trial Kennedy singer Tim Morrison.
Audition song, ‘Sunday Bloody Sunday’ by U2, earned him unanimous passage through to the Live Finals.
Former Trial Kennedy singer Tim Morrison has progressed to the next round of Channel Nine’s The Voice.
“I think any artist who says they don’t feel burned ‘sometimes’ from the industry is either a liar, or Dave Grohl.”
When the cameras stop rolling, the public stops caring – and that’s when the real challenge begins.
"Without sounding jaded against the whole music business industry, it got to a stage when we could play to 1000 people, come home on a real high and realise we’ve made no money."
2012 didn't see the world end but it did spell "end of days" for many bands.
After breaking up in 2010, Horsell Common are getting back together for one last final tour.
Trial Kennedy made their triumphant return with the release and tour of their new album.
Trial Kennedy are a hard working band that produce some great rock songs, they are also fantastic live, and although ‘Living Undesigned’ may take a few spins to warm up to, it is certainly worth the time.
Trial Kennedy are hitting the road this May to show off tunes from their new album 'Living Undesigned‘ sue for release on May 13th.
Trial Kennedy take over the Step Inn with their infectious indie-rock tunes and energetic live performance.
Melbourne rockers Trial Kennedy will go on a headline tour of the East Coast to support the release of their new single 'Best Of Tomorrow'.
After skipping the Sunshine State on their anniversary gigs earlier in the year, Shihad returns to a sellout audience at The Zoo.
New Zealand’s alt-metal exports Shihad came to town to deliver their easily accessible hard rock to a warm and welcoming audience at ANU Bar last Thursday night.
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