Swedish punk/hardcore legends Refused who broke up in the late 90s reformed in 2012 for a world tour and I’m so glad they did! This was one of the shows of the year, photos from their second sold-out show at The Palace Theatre, Melbourne, 16 November 2012 with support from Outright. Click on the photo […]
My photos of the sensational Regular John are in Volume 94 of Australian Guitar Magazine (the one with Eric Clapton on the cover) and they look great – go buy a copy, grab a copy of Regular John’s new album Strange Flowers it’s a ripper and if you get the chance go see them live! […]
You saw the Sneak Peek, now here’s the full set of shots from the blistering show that Redcoats performed at Ding Dong Lounge on Saturday 10 November – support acts were Royston Vasie and Willow Darling. Click on the photo below to view the full set of pictures. If you like what you see… Please […]
On Wednesday 7th November a very special show took place at The Tote in Melbourne, Zia McCabe from the Dandy Warhols joined local lads the Merri Creek Pickers to deliver a fine set of country standards before her fellow Dandy band mate Brent De Boer and his Melbourne band Immigrant Union played a stellar set […]
A few weeks ago I caught two of the finest bands in Melbourne, Royston Vasie and Immigrant Union at Ding Dong Lounge – it was a stellar night of music. Click the photo below to see the full picture gallery. If you like what you see… Please check out my web galleries and if you […]
I was lucky enough to catch the lads from Redcoats for the first time at Ding Dong Lounge on Saturday night – I’ve just got one word to say WOW! If kick-arse rock n roll is your thing don’t miss them. Also joining them on their tour is the awesome Royston Vasie so it’s a […]
Here’s a sneak peek of the photos from the Melbourne leg of the Harvest Festival held on Sunday, November 11 at Werribee Park. It was a great day out, the weather was perfect, the crowd chilled and relaxed and some great music. Stand out acts for me were Black Angels, Dark Horses, The War on […]
It was a balmy summer night in 2009 and Melbourne Zoo was the perfect venue for a twilight concert by Eddy Current Suppression Ring and Tame Impala. Click the picture below for the full set of photos. If you like what you see… Please check out my web galleries and if you really like buy […]
With Tame Impala’s new album ‘Lonerism” receiving rave reviews and breaking into charts around the globe it’s a good time to look back at their early days. This set of photos was taken from the launch of their self-titled EP at The Tote, Melbourne in 2008. Click the photo below to see the full set […]
Some more photos from the vault, this time it’s metal legends, Iron Maiden performing at HiSense Arena, Melbourne, 23 February 2011. Click the picture below to view the complete set of photos. If you like what you see… Please check out my web galleries and if you really like buy yourself or someone special a […]
Mumford and Sons performing at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, 25 October 2012 with support from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Click photo below to view full set of pictures from the night. If you like what you see… Please check out my web galleries and if you really like buy yourself or someone special […]
Today marks the sixth anniversary of the passing of one of the best rock musicians I’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing and also a friend, the late and great, the rock and roll man, Ian Rilen. Enjoy the photos and take a moment to think on the wonderful work he did and make sure […]
Photos from the SXSW Music Conference/Festival, Austin, Texas, USA, March 2012 featuring Pennywise, Miike Snow, Pond, The Cult, Skrillex, Timbaland, Off!, Foxy Shazam, B.O.B., Andrew WK, Spank Rock, Wayne Kramer, Roky Erickson and more. This was my first trip to SXSW, it was totally amazing – great city, great music, great people and great fun! […]
Tomorrow night I get to see and photograph a very impressive act again, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, they’re supporting Mumford and Sons. This show was at The Forum in Melbourne on February 1, 2011 and featured support from Reggie Watts and Wagons. Click the photo below to see the full set of pictures […]
Hot on the heels of the announcement of acts for the 2013 Golden Plains festival I decided to share some photos from the first ever Golden Plains. Featuring The Bellrays, Gotye, The Drones, The Presets, Comets on Fire, Yo La Tengo, !!!, Eddy Current Suppression Ring and more it was quite a weekend. To check […]
The Beach Boys on their 50th Anniversary reunion tour, performing at Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, 31 August 2012 (before Mike Love decided the main talent was no longer required) Click photo below to view full picture gallery. If you like what you see… Please check out my web galleries and if you really like buy […]
Lupe Fiasco performing at The Palace Theatre, Melbourne, 3 February 2011 Click picture below to view the full photo gallery
Justin Townes Earle playing at The Regal Theatre, Melbourne, 11 April 2012 Click photo below to view full set of pictures.
Photos from the Point Nepean Music Festival, held over the 2008 Easter weekend featuring John Fogerty, Keith Urban, Sinead O’Connor, Jools Holland, KT Tunstall, Mavis Staples, Seasick Steve, Rodrigo y Gabriela and more. Click photo below to see full picture gallery.
Green Day performing at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne in December 2009. Do you know who the kid is on stage with Billy Joe in the gallery? If you do, make sure you point him to the pictures! Click on the picture below to see the full photo gallery.
Let’s wind back the clock to 2007 when Ronnie James Dio and Tony Iommi headed to Australia with Heaven and Hell. These photos are from the Rod Laver Arena show in Melbourne. Click the photo below to see the full gallery of pictures.
It was a great night at the new and improved Ding Dong Lounge with Royston Vasie and Immigrant Union putting on stellar shows. Here’s a sneak peak of photos to come – Royston Vasie rocking it hard! Enjoy!
The transformation of Chicago six-piece Wilco from their humble mid-‘90s alt-country origins to one of the planet’s most powerful and intuitive rock’n’roll bands has been something to behold as it’s slowly unveiled over the last decade. Not many bands manage to manifestly get better with age, but that’s what’s happened in the case of Wilco. […]
What better excuse than to drag some photos of Wilco out of the vault than an announcement of Wilco heading back to Australia. These photos were taken at The Palace in Melbourne, 26 March 2008. Click the photo below to see the full image gallery.