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TRUE blue Aussie balladeer John Williamson has amassed more awards throughout his decorated 40-plus year career than he cares to mention. more »
THE Big Day Out’s 20th anniversary saw the Perth and final leg of the tour go in a noticeably smaller direction this year, minus east-coast headliners Hilltop Hoods and Kanye West along with a venue change to McCallum Park. more »
THE sparkly and fresh stage Rod Stewart and his band perform on could be compared to an Australian Idol or Young Talent Time set. more »
MOST second generation fans such as myself have heard great and often hazy tales about the extravaganza that is a Pink Floyd concert.
WHEN seasoned Perth singer-songwriter Ian Lilburne made a mid-life sojourn to sleepy northern Italy two years ago, he developed a weakness for the Italian alcoholic aperitif Campari.
VETERAN actor and muso Jon English – known to many as Judas in the original Aussie production of Jesus Christ Superstar or Bobby Rivers from ‘90s sitcom All Together Now – had an unexpected launch into rock after a fight erupted at his local pub. more »
WHEN it comes to music consumption, everyone has a guilty pleasure hidden from the rest of the world.
WITH an increasingly busy diary and growing profile, you probably wouldn’t pick former Perth musician Catherine Traicos as someone who has had to overcome a personal struggle with stage fright.
MURDA-US Productions is an independent music promotional touring company and record label founded by Ben ‘Gunn Boy’ Garside (23), from Rockingham and Sean ‘Shock’ Cubitt (22), of Wilson. more »
EVERY bit the heart-throb in slick rockabilly garb, effortlessly cool pop-poet Alex Turner and his almighty Arctic Monkeys swung into Belvoir Amphitheatre on Friday night. more »
IF you didn’t have the stellar New Year’s Eve you’d hoped for – so few live up to our expectations – then you had a pretty darn good chance of kicking off 2012 with a banging great time at yesterday’s Summadayze dance party.
WHEN notorious LA gangster rappers N.W.A burst onto the music scene in the late '80s, it prompted parent groups everywhere to condemn the expletive-laden and unapologetically violent and sexist protest songs.
IT seems reality TV show Australia's Got Talent has worked wonders for the profile of barbershop music across the country.
YOU probably wouldn't think The Wiggles, horror film Wolf Creek, uninhibited love-making and a 1920s dance performed with outstretched arms shared an obvious common link - but they do.
WHEN grandfather of Perth drum 'n' bass Greg Packer began DJing in the '80s, his beloved breakbeat genre - made famous by artists like LTJ Bukem, Roni Size and Goldie - didn't exist.
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Dog Refuge update.