Viewers have voiced their disappointment at what many have described as a lacklustre 13-and-a-half-minute performance.
- by Amy Croffey
It sounds like one of those jokes where three blokes of different nationalities go into a pub, but it's a really about raising money for motor neurone research.
- by Allen Newton
Shortly after achieving pop stardom at 21, Missy Higgins quit the music industry. Now older and wiser, she is getting her head together and embracing motherhood.
- by Michael Lallo
"It's turned into kitsch, and I'm totally comfortable with that," says Lene Nystrom.
- by Robert Moran
Connan Mockasin has been busy revisiting his past for his latest project.
- by Anthony Carew
The Johnnys are back and bringing their unique cow punk to a showdown near you.
- by Patrick Emery
Then and now, Liz Phair finds playing her music ''kind of terrifying'' but exhilarating.
- by Jo Roberts
Astrid Jorgensen believes that, given the chance, everyone can sing and enjoy it and the more people they do it with the more enjoyable it becomes.
- by Carolyn Webb
Compromise was never Do-Re-Mi's strong suit. Version 2.0 picks up some truncated business, writes Michael Dwyer.
- by Michael Dwyer, The Age
With his third album, Jake Webb of Perth band Methyl Ethel is coming to terms with isolation.
- by Barry Divola
Melbourne's favourite hard rocking, sticky-floored is closing its doors in AC/DC Lane, but it's not the end for Cherry Bar.
- by Melissa Cunningham