Bluesfest 2021 is moving forward with another all-Australian line-up with The Living End, Ross Wilson and The Angels leading the strongest Aussie announcement so far.
“Look at this line up – all that talent. When it comes to musical talent Australia is an embarrassment of riches and it is a privilege to create a line up to clearly showcase that very fact,” says Bluesfest boss Peter Noble.
Already announced for Bluesfest are other Aussie acts Jimmy Barnes, The Teskey Brothers, John Butler, Xavier Rudd, Kev Carmody, Troy-Cassar-Daley, Ian Moss, The Cat Empire, Briggs, Russell Morris, Kasey Chambers, The Waifs, Hiatus Kaiyote, Weddings, Parties, Anything, Nathan Cavaleri, The Black Sorrows, Harts, Ash Grunwald, Mama Kin Spender, The Bamboos, All Our Exes Live In Texas, Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission, Pierce Brothers and Henry Wagons.
The Angels’ new album is a remake of an old one. ‘Dark Room Recharged’ is 1980’s ‘Dark Room’ done 40 years later.
Screaming Jets have used their Covid downtime to update some old hits for a new EP ‘Bitter Pill’.
The eleventh studio album for American goth-metal act Marilyn Manson called « We Are Chaos » is the new No.1 album in Australia this week, becoming his second here overall.
Kylie Minogue is getting into the wine business with her brand name Rosé about to hit the market.
The Badloves have premiered their video for ‘Tribal’ with Screaming Jets guitarist Scott Kingman handling the video production.
A painting by Sydney visual artist Scott Marsh of rapper/entertainer Briggs has made the finals for the 2020 Archibald Prize.
The Stooges’ James Williamson and Radio Birdman’s Deniz Tek will release an album together this week.
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