The annual gathering of Australia's musical diaspora that is the Australian World Orchestra no doubt recaptures the fond, careless raptures of a youth music camp for its players, as well as kindling cultural pride in the rest of us.
The next CSO concert will give a new sound to the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
We still call Malta, and Bulgaria, Poland, France and Britain, home when it comes to the children's version of Europe's famous singing competition.
One Direction's split is all but cemented with Niall Horan releasing his first solo single since the band went on hiatus last year.
There are mere mortals who sing, and then there is the man in the hat with the melted-chocolate baritone
The country music trio ostracised for criticising the Iraq war is back and back in demand for an Australian tour.
Sticky Carpet: Reservoir Stomp, Pink Mountaintops, Kinky Friedman, Lost Ragas' tribute to James Cruickshank and more.
Wes Snelling's affecting vocals amp up the pathos for a singer who has seen better days.
The country star has his sights set firmly on more: more hits, more fans, more awards, but his dilemma is how to achieve that without alienating his diehard fans.
Another sold out show meant quick disappointment for fans but another quick profit for those looking to resell tickets.
From local favourites Big Scary and Ball Park music, to ace female rockers Pup and the Coathangers, we have your weekend in live music covered.
Hillary Clinton supporter Katy Perry has stripped off in a new parody video encouraging US citizens to vote.
In 2011, when the Panics released their assured top 10 success Rain on the Humming Wire, affable frontman Jae Laffer came home from recording at Woodstock. Now, five years later, the peripatetic years have passed.
Longer songs and stranger bands hitting the right notes with music fans, says Brisbane group the Belligerents.
Pixies, Nick Waterhouse, Jenny Hval, EZTV and the Black Sorrows.
With tumultuous times behind them, the band members are discovering a new resolve and fresh inspiration.
Flume has dropped a new track in protest at Sydney's lockout laws.
A cobbled together quintent gave a confident rendition of Beethoven and Mozart.
New approaches from Justin Vernon's Bon Iver and Angel Olsen is balanced by happily familiar goods from Pixies and Teenage Fanclub. Meanwhile, there's something monstrous coming from Christopher Young Quartet.
Their acid-drenched, psychedelic-rock music has found a wider audience far from Canada, where they formed over a decade ago.
The Crowded House ticket disappointment for many fans shows that when the people selling the ticket also get a cut from a second sale, often at a far higher price, it could be the gamekeeper has turned poacher.
Releases from Australian soprano Nicole Car, Will Sheff's Okkervil River, R&B singer-songwriter Gregory Porter and prolific ambient electronic pop artist Braille Face.
The writer of the international hit 1234 and a former member of The Avalanches are among the first time nominees for the awards recognising composers for film and TV.
The inaugural festival will see hundreds of performing and other artists descend on Melbourne to give us a taste of contemporary Asia.
Tickets for the Opera House forecourt shows started at $127 but almost immediately were sold out and re-selling for seven times that amount.