This interview was first published in X-Press Magazine, #701, Thursday, July 7, 2000.
In his autobiography, Light My Fire, Ray Manzarek, keyboard player for The Doors, posits the lyrics that the late Jim Morrison left behind for those that he left behind in December 1971.
Fancy yourself as a bit of a rock guru? Why not try your chances at the School Of Rock? It’s a rock’n’roll quiz night that’ll take you through decades of classical rock and pop in a fast-paced and competitive music quiz.
Blues’n’roots fans are in for a special treat this September, when the triple threat of Xavier Rudd, Donavon Frankenreiter and Nahko & Medicine For The People roll into town for what is doubtless going to a memorable and inspiring show.
Melbourne favourites The Smith Street Band are on their way here! Get a load of their lyrical punk rock goodness at The Rosemount Hotel on Thursday, August 22, and Bunbury’s Prince of Wales Hotel on Friday, August 23, along with their US support acts Joyce Manor and Cheap Girls.
Following on from a year that included two national tours, international dates and a number of festival appearances, the tireless Kate Miller-Heidke is embarking on a massive tour of regional centres - her first since 2009.
Northbridge Piazza will come alive this Sunday, May 26, with the folk rock sounds of The Justin Walshe Folk Machine, who will, no doubt, be performing the new single, The Road to Menindee, from their new album, The Epic Tale of Burke & Wills.