Home' LOTL : Jan 12 Contents Frontier Tour Company has announced a
second Melissa Etheridge show at the iconic
Sydney Opera House on Thursday July 12,
2012 for those fans who missed out on tickets
to the first Sydney show.
The tour marks the Oscar® and Grammy
award-winning singer-songwriter’s first tour
of Australia and New Zealand since 1996 and
fans will be treated to over two hours of raw
rock talent as Etheridge performs tracks from
her incredible catalogue.
See the legend live in July 2012, tickets to the
new Sydney Opera House Show on sale now!
Music | Arts
Rihanna- Talk That Talk
She’s sure come a
long way from her
hit Good Girl Gone
Bad. Talk That Talk
is a sassy album,
full of sexy straight
talk and hard
Her sixth release in a skant four years, Talk That
Talk is crammed with catchy pop beats backed
up by solid songwriting from The Dream and
Stargate. It walks a line between cocky pop and
dance-hall rap and is instantly gratifying. Crowd
pleasers include ‘Cockiness’ and ‘You the One’.
Better than fast food.
Amy Winehouse - Lioness: Hidden Treasure
must have one
of the most
in musical history
and this album
goes a long way
to remind us why
she was such a special vocalist and performer.
As Winehouse croons through funkified tracks
like ‘One Day Will Come’ or slides through jazzy
numbers like a knife through butter, there is a
constant reminder that we have lost one of the
most distinctive talents of our time. The album is
awash with Winehouse’s soulful style, occasional
smuttiness and wry turn of phrase. A telling
reminder of a lost musical genius.
Kelly Clarkson - Stronger
Ever since she
blew the roof off
at Idol auditions
with her rendition
of Etta James’
one to watch. This album, her fifth studio
effort since winning the American Idol title
back in 2008, is a solid album that delivers
anthemic crowd pleasers such as ‘Mr Know It
All’ to catchy pop rock. There’s no denying the
power of that voice and with 13 tracks on offer
there is plenty that fans of this powerhouse
diva will appreciate, as she runs the gamut of
R&B crooners to infectious pop gems.
Florence + the Machine
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Aussie fans of indie song stress Florence
We l c h (and the Machine) will be pleased
as punch to note that the songbird will
be returning to Australia for a national tour in
May with her band.
Following on from the multi-million selling ,
multi-award winning , global smash of a debut
album Lungs, Florence + the Machine first land-
ed on Australian shores in Januar y 2010 on the
Laneway Festival bill; playing to stunne d audi-
ences over the course of the festival as well as her
own headline club shows.
The phenomenal success stor y of the debut
album Lungs – certified double platinum in Aus-
tralia – has paved the way for her much antici-
pated sophomore release, Cere monials. Debuting
at #1 on the ARIA charts on the week of release,
this accomplished record is showing no sign of
Speaking of the album, which she refers to as
a testament to “my incorrigible maximalism.”
Welch commented; “This is the first time I’ve
made a re cord with a sort of overarching , cohesive
sound. It’s a proper studio album in that sense : a
group of song s that paint a unified picture of
where I am in my life right now.”
Recorded with her full band over five weeks
over the Europ ean summer in Abbey Road’s leg -
endar y Studio 3, Ce remonials is another product
of her long -running collaboration with producer
Paul Epworth. Together they ’ve created an expan-
sive art-pop vision that can be both captivatingly
tender while still frequently soaring to places
where it can over whelm the senses like an emo -
tive tidal wave.
At twenty five, the ar t-school dropout has
done much of her growing up amid the mael-
strom of her whirling worldwide success. In 2010
she broke America in spe ctacular style, her mon-
ster hit ‘Dog Days’ blazing a trail across the na-
tion, taking the charts and the air waves by storm.
Now it’s Australia’s turn....Tix on sale now.
More info and tour dates: chuggentertainment.com
second Sydney Opera
House show announced
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