Ed Sheeran shines in front of a sold out audience at the Palais, supported by the lovely Georgi Kay.
Lucinda Williams, the ‘Goddess of Heartbreak’, is received at the Palais Theatre with euphoria from her loyal Australian followers.
Death Cab For Cutie possessed the hearts of their Melbourne faithful, putting on a stellar show at the Palace Theatre.
Noel Gallagher maintains a tight grip on his 'rock god' status at the High Flying Birds Melbourne Big Day Out sideshow.
Sailing all the way from Mexico, Feist made it back to Australia four years after her first visit with her brilliant Metals material and an imaginative new take on old favourites.
The cream of the crop in Australian singer-songwriters gracing a beautiful theatre setting like the Palais, with the chance to perform the songwriting brilliance of the Finn Brothers.
Chris Cornell returned to the Palais Theatre after four long years for his triumphant Songbook acoustic tour.
The legendary soul man Reverend Al Green puts on the show of a lifetime and proves, without a doubt, that he's still got it.
Here we have two men in their early 60s just tearing it up for a respectful and - œin awe of' audience. It's Adult Contemporary at its best, and combined with a full and vibrantly mixed sound to further accentuate the power of the perfor
Aimee Mann brings a close to her first ever visit down under with a delightful, audience-approved show at St.Kilda's Palais Theatre.
US Rocker's The All-American Rejects brought their 'I Wanna Rock!' tour to the Palais, with supports Hoobastank and The Sundance Kids in support for a night of rock, roll, and everything in between.
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu offers an extraordinarily moving and thought provoking performance at the Palais.
There were many reasons to look forward to Thursday's Alice in Chain's show at the Palais; a new lead singer with big shoes to fill, a 16 year wait since they were last in Melbourne and of course, it's Alice in Chains.