Somewhere, George Michael must be impishly sabotaging his own morbid tributes from afar.
From Sydney to London and back again, PVT find new ways to focus their creativity with New Spirit.
Messiah is something of a sacred text: not just the words, but the whole performance tradition.
Methyl Ethel's Jake Webb on signing with the 4AD label and writing songs from the edge of the earth.
Elton John will bypass Brisbane on his One in a Lifetime tour, heading to Mackay and Cairns instead.
This’ll make you feel good about your drunken Friday night karaoke sessions.
Drake has suggested his hit Hotline Bling shouldn't have snapped up two awards at the 2017 Grammys and implied the organisers pigeon-holed him because he's black.
Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday.
At a time when top-billing national music festivals such as Soundwave and Future continue to fold, the fact a boutique festival such as Gaytimes can thrive is a triumph.
The father of a boy plucked from the crowd at last Thursday's Bruce Springsteen show at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre has revealed it was the third time his son had jammed on stage with The Boss.
Omar Sosa is among the rarest of the rare: an artist who transcends not just idiom, but music itself
Listening to Daniil Trifonov✓, the Russian with perhaps the most incredible technique of any 21st century pianist, one feels he could play under water. And, it transpires, he does.
Aussie actress Natasha Bassett starred as the pop star.
Vengerov plays Brahms, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Opera House, February 18
Theatre critic Cameron Woodhead attended the full 12-hour White Night Melbourne for the fifth consecutive year. Here's what he thought.
From the up-close encounters of Molly Meldrum to the lucrative passion for ABBA memorabilia, here is a collection of ABBA memories shared with Fairfax Media to mark the 40th anniversary of the tour that stopped the nation.
Indra Buraczewska's contralto remains the crowning glory of an ever-improving quartet
Snapping up Album of the Year at the 59th Grammy Awards isn't the only reason Adele should be smiling.
He sang to a crowd of thousands and jammed alongside Bruce Springsteen in Brisbane last night, but who is the teenager that got up on stage with The Boss?
Midnight Oil announcement
Two Cuban ex-pats share their stories of following their dreams outside their homeland, and wonder whether it's time to return.
This gala concert should have really been called an ode to A.R. Rahman, but with only two appearances by the musician in the three-hour show, some fans were left feeling short-changed
Penned in the '80s, it was rejected by publishers "because it was light on sex and drugs".
Asia TOPA at Arts Centre, Powerline Sneakers album launch, CherryRock festival, Some Jerks from Brisbane and more.
White Night's music program may not boast as many recognisable names this year, but that doesn't mean the standard of talent is any lower, according to first-time artistic director David Atkins.