From the heart of country, Lady Antebellum brought a delighted crowd to their feet at the Palais in Melbourne. Supported by Boy and Bear's Tim Hart, Lady Antebellum don't do their shows by half- expect a concert experience.
Ed Sheeran shines in front of a sold out audience at the Palais, supported by the lovely Georgi Kay.
Sarah Blasko underlined why she is one of the country's finest female soloist, putting on a diverse and engaging evening's entertainment.
Gracing our shores for their second time in a year, Grizzly Bear return with a many-splendoured Palais gig.
A hodge-podge mix of musicians and comedians combined for a feast of entertainment at the Heart Of St Kilda charity concert
Tex Perkins and Paris Wells are among a slew of big name local acts announced as part of the annual ‘Heart of St Kilda’ charity concert at the Palais
15 years since they last played these shores, The Cult is back to bring their seminal 1985 album 'Love' to life onstage. Ian Astbury et al bring a rock classic to life before the crowd in St Kilda's Palais theatre, before wowing fans old and new with a 'b
Newton Faulkner charmed and wooed a packed Palais Theatre, with Georgia Fair as deserving supports.
When the Hugh ‘House’ Laurie lookalike hits us with Say It To Me Now and the spine-tingling Leave you could die right in your seat a happy human as Hansard’s vocal pushes the boundaries in an exhaustive plea to a lover.
Although back with only Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant; which is like having a Smith's reunion with just Morrisey and Marr; Echo & The Bunnymen sound completely phenomenal
Blending heavy metal's intensity with Irish drumming rhythms, classical guitar virtuosity and something distinctly Mexican leads to a potent mix.
Prog-rockers Dream Theater prove that cheese doesn't always get better with age.
In an unexpectedly intimate acoustic setting, Costello reminided the packed Palais theatre why hes considered one of the greates songwriters of all time.