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Axl Rose to front AC/DC

As many will now be aware, the rumours and innuendo have become reality, and it has officially been announced that Guns ‘n’ Roses frontman Axl Rose will become AC/DC’s lead singer for the remaining dates on th...


STEEL PANTHER – “Live From Lexxi’s Mom’s Garage”

80s-loving US glam-metal rockers strip back with their tongues firmly in cheek on an enjoyable live set.



Victorian Rock and Country recording duo Lowheart, have recently released two new albums that were recorded simultaneously, each featuring quite diverse styles from the other. One, “Act on Impulse” is an out and out hard-ro...


BON JOVI – Because They Can

US Rockers Bon Jovi will be touring Australia, with special guest Kid Rock, in December this year, on the back of their most recent album “What About Now”, released in March to strong commercial response (US# 1, UK# 2, Aus#...


SKID ROW – “Slave To The Grind”

US heavy rockers shake off hair-metal tag with a set filled with powerful aggression broken up with some emotive, but gutsy, ballads.


WINGS – “Respect Overdue”

Paul McCartney’s 2001 double CD retrospective “Wingspan: Hits and History” (though a fine listen) was in many ways a missed opportunity. It was Paul’s chance to round up the Wings-era component of his post-Beatles caree...


Ringo-Mania hits Melbourne – 49 years on!

The last time Beatles legend Ringo Starr performed in Melbourne, Australia, was in 1964 at Festival Hall – the very same venue that he and his All-Starr Band packed out on Saturday February 16th 2013. The 72-year-old drummer...


YES – “90125”

70's prog-rock supergroup Yes reinvent themselves and choose fame instead of oblivion.


Paul McCartney & Wings – “Band On The Run”

Beatle Paul finds a way to follow the greatest show on earth by harnessing his individual brilliance and fully exercising his mighty musical muscle.



Due to be released on November 12 to commemorate their 50th anniversary, the new Rolling Stones compilation, entitled “Grrr!” will be available in either a three-CD fifty-track format, or a super deluxe version featuring 8...