A few more gigs to add to your diary as Ball Park Music, Owl Eyes, Eagle and The Worm, Collarbones, Kieran Ryan, Kate Miller-Heidke and Tim Rogers’ “supergroup” The Hillbilly Killers announce new tour dates.
Residencies, tribute shows and a handful of Golden Plains and ATP sideshows.
The ninth annual Gum Ball Music festival will again take place in the Hunter Valley with a lineup featuring folk outfit Turin Brakes, Tumbleweed and Mia Dyson.
December to March covered with tours from Tim Rogers, The Bamboos, Julia Stone, Smith St Band, and The Trouble With Templeton.
The winners of the largest reader-voted music awards in the country.
Meat Loaf's atonal performance of his own songs at the 2011 AFL Grand Final had no bearing on this year’s revitalised format, which includes Temper Trap and Paul Kelly.
Tim Rogers has added a show to his current national tour. He'll be playing at the Ding Dong Lounge this evening.
Rogers Sings Rogerstein is one more open faced diary entry in Tim Rogers’ musical journal. The songs are the kind of honest and personal tales that manage to touch our own insecurities that Tim has become expert at.
A no-holds-barred interview with You Am I frontman Tim Rogers.
You Am I frontman Tim Rogers is the face of this year’s AFL finals campaign.
Rogers Sings Rogerstein, Shihad celebrate their double disc career retrospective, and the Last Dinosaurs head out on their biggest tour to date.
Smooth falsetto? Check. Infectious, snaking blues guitar groove? Double check.
The must-do summer music event, Live at the Quarry, presented Aussie icon Tim Rogers. While it’s all smiles and laughter between songs, Rogers gives a very honest performance.