It doesn’t take long to realise we are all watching something special as the band is in fine form.
On paper, Myles Mayo, Joelistics, and Lowrider form a very promising line-up. Add the excitement of technical difficulties, live freestyle rap and an onstage marriage proposal and you have yourself one hell of an entertaining night!
Fresh from playing packed-out shows in Park City, Utah, Alex Lloyd and the Pigram Brothers have brought their music home.
The band make their Radelaide debut in February!
Melbourne's intergalactic electronica experts Midnight Juggernauts treat the crowd at The Gov.
The Perth lads rocked The Gov with their new album.
Adelaide’s own Sia Furler ended her second national tour for 2009 with a sold out show to a crowd of beaming faces at the Gov. The lucky fans that managed a ticket to one of the two sold out hometown shows were treated to a night of brilliant performanc
Somehting a little different down at The Gov.
The weather outside was wild and but The Gov was hot and steamy for a night of soft rhythmic dub with lashings of dumb and bass.
The older set of City of Churches music scene came out in force to see iron of yesteryear Split Enz Tim Finn put on a real showman's gig at The Gov. In one of the gigs of the year the veteran put on a generously long show for the enthralled gathering.
Diesel returns to Adelaide for a low-key yet rockin' gig at The Gov
Home grown journeyman purveyors of the Blues, The Backsliders bring their "Delta Wall of Sound" to the Gov showing it off to all the lilywhite legs seeing their first taste of the Summertime Blues.
Tim et al blasted it out for a fabulous night's entertainment.
Perennial Down Under tourists Gomez hit the Gov a mere 10 months since they left their native Southport to escape the British winter blues.
The Liverpool Legends blow the dust off their hits.
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