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Kelly Rides With New Gang. "Paul Kelly". Her Majesty's Theatre [review]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-06)
I like Paul Kelly to stay the same and tend to get tetchy when he changes things around, especially when he tinkers with his band line-up. I couldn’t see why he had to shoot the Messengers or why he would hire hotshot ...
History Repeats After All. "The Finn Brothers". Entertainment Centre [review]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-12-10)
There is a sense of full circle here. Who said our beginnings never know our Enz? Neil and Tim Finn are touring a new album, ripe with harmony and turbid with memory. On stage at the Ent Centre, the flickering home movie ...
Goat Leg Soup. "Muse". Thebarton Theatre [Review]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-09-28)
It is only eight months since we saw UK band Muse at Big Day Out, but now they are back with more fans and a lot more fanfare. Their stocks have risen with the release of their latest album, Absolution, a recent tour with ...
Running on Plenty. "Jackson Browne". Festival Theatre [review]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-05)
Fourteen guitars - all in a row. The show is billed as solo acoustic but it looks like the set up for the Eagles. Jackson Browne admits it is “obnoxious” for one person to have quite so many instruments but, he confides, ...