She won seven Grammys before she could legally drink and there’s no trace of a hangover on Billie Eilish’s second album.
Juan de Dios "Johnny" Ventura, the legendary Dominican merengue singer, has died aged 81.
West Australian Opera cancels Tim Finn opera Star Navigator after NZ travel bubble closes
Paul Dempsey’s personal demons informed Something for Kate’s breakthrough and 20 years on, anxious thoughts are still swirling in his mind
WA Symphony Orchestra and WA Youth Orchestra combine in Dreams of Place with Indigenous artists Barry McGuire and Della Rae Morrison
We spoke to Birds of Tokyo to find out what they have planned for the Rockin’ the Regions tour when they jam out in Albany next month.
Two years since she shot to fame with her breakout track Bad Guy, Billie Eilish is reflecting on things she may have said or done when she was younger that her critics just can’t seem to get past.
After spending a year without performing together, a long-standing musical ensemble group is set to burst back on to the music scene in a big way.
The Sydney-based Aria Award-winning band have put thousands of extra tickets on sale for their Fremantle shows.
WA Opera’s Cav & Pag double-header brings truth and betrayal to His Majesty’s Theatre
First of its kind Queenstown festival Snow Machine is among the bevy of events and tour opportunities bringing Australian acts to COVID-free New Zealand.
The world’s biggest live entertainment company has bought leading WA concert promoter Mellen Events to gear up for a post-pandemic return to show business as usual.
Few people know that global superstar Hank Marvin, lead guitarist for The Shadows, has called Perth home for the past 30 years.
A nostalgic sound will soon reach Albany when The Australian Beatles tribute band heads south on its regional WA tour.
Tenor Paul O’Neill sings with son Thomas, 13, in WA Opera’s double bill of Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci
Twenty-five years after releasing his now classic Australian festive single How To Make Gravy, Paul Kelly will gift-wrap a double album of Christmas songs for fans later this year.
Silent movie of a migration voyage a century ago inspired Viola Dana ensemble to compose a soundtrack
Cygnus Arioso play Bach and Bartok at Perth Concert Hall
The vintage rocker boasts more number ones than John Farnham, Madonna and U2 on the release of his new album.
Opera Australia reboots its West Side Story season at Crown Theatre after COVID pause
Bon Scott’s family will launch the first official website celebrating the late, legendary AC/DC singer on what would have been the hell-raiser’s 75th birthday.
Chart-topping Australian stars head out on the road to stimulate WA concert circuit.
Young Hayley McGlone was watching the 1990 movie Ghost when the soulful tenor of Bobby Hatfield floated out of the screen as Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore worked clay in the infamous pottery scene.
A small Perth radio station has claimed a David and Goliath-style win against its far larger media competitors, scoring a big jump in the latest Gfk radio ratings released on Tuesday.
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