Catch Eskimo Joe playing the Black Fingernails, Red Wine album in full plus some favourite hits, live at Ettamogah Hotel, Kellyville Ridge on the 3rd March! This exclusive show is not be missed. Tickets available here
Bob Evans is once again going to be teaming up with the wonderful 27 Club and Adelaide Fringe to bring you the very best of Joplin, Winehouse, Cobain, Morrison, and Hendrix ❤❤
Check out Kev onstage with fellow rock icons Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus), CARLA LIPPIS (Mondo Psycho), Dusty Lee Stephensen and Wanderers at a show near you. More gigs to be announced so keep your ears peeled for more news!
FEB 17 - MARCH 5 | ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL | RYMILL PARK TIX HERE
MARCH 23 | COSTA HALL | GEELONG TIX HERE
MARCH 30 | PRINCESS THEATRE | BRISBANE TIX HERE
APRIL 1 | HOTA | GOLD COAST TIX HERE
Sadly Frente have had to postpone tomorrow night's sold out Always Live 'Marvin the Album' Brunswick Ballroom show as Angie has tested positive to covid. The new date is Thursday Feb 16th. Just a few days after St Valentine! If you are no longer able to attend, the option for a refund will be available from Thursday 24th November until Thursday 8th December. Please contact your ticket provider to assist.
We'll see you there! can't wait love x CHM
We are so excited to announce that our beloved debut album Marvin The Album is going to be given the deluxe release treatment in November for its 30th birthday.
For the first time ever it is going to be available on vinyl! Something we know a lot you have been asking for for a long time now :)
Here it is! The debut appearance for Marvin on wax in all its 1992 glory :)
It will be available in stores from Friday 11th November but you can pre-order the vinyl here today! Now! Yippee!
If you want some extra special if you can pre-order the vinyl with a limited edition Marvin T-shirt with all proceeds of the T-shirt sales going to the fine folk at Support Act who do an incredible job looking after music industry workers.
Here are few words about our dear friend Marvin:
Angie: Sitting in egg-chairs, in the live room of Platinum Studios, listening to the final mixes of Marvin is a moment that is etched in my mind forever. As we drenched our ears in the work that we’d done, I was as high as a kestrel. When we set out to make the album, I was 19 years old and everything that had happened so far with the band was beyond my expectations. We wrote with the ferocity of young people that didn’t doubt that they had something to share. It was an intoxicating time and the fact that it lives on to this day is just a gift. Thank you to everyone that has been a part of this album’s story, from the first formation of the band, to now, our wonderful behind-the-scenes champions along the way to our current team, and all of the listeners that continue to share the ways in which our little cluster of songs on a disc have become synonymous with snapshots of some significant times in their lives.
Simon: At the end of the first long night of pre-production, in the fabled York Street Studio in Fitzroy, Michael Koppelman of Paisley Park fame, having listened to and arranged the songs that would become Marvin the Album said: "We have left the shore...". That moment of beginning, of departing is still incredibly vivid, but the voyage began years before, when Angie and I met across the Back Bar in the Punter's Club and became friends and allies.
We were not completely ready to record Marvin - listening to it now I can hear things I would love to add or change - but as a snapshot of who we were then it is perfect.
We released it and somehow, almost unbelievably, people liked it. You liked it! So this re-release is dedicated to you, who have let our little stories into your lives and made Marvin the man he is today - wide open eyed, serious, delirious.....
In gratitude, Simon.
Yes you heard right Eskies fans!
We are going to revisit our 1998 breakout single SWEATER on our upcoming tour!
And for you today we have a little present 24 years in the making!
We present to you our 2022 rendition of Sweater in all it’s sweatery glory!
Hear from Kav below:
'We haven't played Sweater since 2002 at Fowlers Live Adelaide, but since that day not a single show has gone by where someone hasn't yelled out 'play Sweater’.
It has become almost sacred to the OG Eskies fans, so for all of you who've been waiting for this moment please enjoy this 2022 version of Sweater we’ve put together.
And for those coming along to join us on our national Black Fingernails Red Wine In The City tour in a few weeks time if you are lucky we might be playing this one in our encore'
Tour tix available here - www.frontiertouring.com/eskimojoe
Only 3 weeks to go!!!
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Today the Music Industry Review published “Raising Their Voices” - a report presenting the findings of an independent review into sexual harm, sexual harassment, and systemic discrimination in the Australian contemporary music industry.
The review heard from over 1,600 people who work in the music industry. It’s crucial that we acknowledge all those who contributed to this report and thank them for their courage in speaking out.
The review was commissioned by the industry, for the industry. We were one of 50 organisations that came together to support this work.
The review makes 17 recommendations that provide a path forward to a safer industry, where everyone can thrive.
The full report, accessible and plain English versions, and more support services are available at www.musicindustryreview.com.au
Please take care when reading this report, and know support is available at 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732), LifeLine 13 11 14 and Support Act 1800 959 500 (option 5).
‘Tis a huge time for our roster of talented producers!
Anna Laverty and Tony Buchen are set to discuss music production and the next frontier of creation on a panel at Bigsound.
Joel Quartermain’s work with Dulcie see the Perth band enjoying Triple J airplay with their latest single ‘Cold Hard Truth’, as Joel also continues producing the forthcoming Dan Sultan album.
CAMP COPE's ‘Running With The Hurricane’ and PINCH POINTS ‘Process”, both produced by Anna Laverty, are nominated for the The Amp (Australian Music Prize).
Also Tony Buchen has also been busy composing a score with Chris Bear and Montaigne for the world premiere of ‘Holding Achilles’ at the Brisbane Festival.
Last but definitely not least, our good friend Jimi Maroudas is back in the studio working on an album with the inimitable Mammal.
Another cover has dropped from the Eskimo Joe lads in the leadup to their massive 2022 Black Fingernails Red Wine In The City tour which kicks off in 5 weeks.
A note below from Joel Quartermain from Eskimo Joe:
'How fortunate are we to have Crowded House soundtrack our lives? They’re like your favourite family member: warm, charismatic and loved by everyone.
It’s such a tough decision to choose a Crowdies tune to cover. So many iconic, sublime songs.
We ended up settling on ‘Into Temptation’ as possibly a less obvious choice compared to some of their more well known masterpieces. It’s definitely a favourite in the Eskies tour bus!
It’s one of many examples of Neil Finn’s gift for writing complex, sophisticated songs that sound absolutely effortless.
NB: To our NZ friends, we’re going to claim Crowded House as an Aussie band on the pure geographic/statistical argument that the band was formed in Melbourne and 2 of 3 founding members were Melbournites. Hope that’s ok :)
The track will be released on all platforms tomorrow! You can pre-save it via the link below: https://ditto.fm/eskimojoe-intotemptation
Can’t wait for our big national tour to kick off in 5 weeks, tickets available from https://www.frontiertouring.com/eskimojoe
Both the Black Fingernails Red Wine & Song Is A City albums will be performed in full along with some other gems.
Best wishes, Joel'
Click here to view the video - ESKIMO JOE COVER SERIES - Into Temptation by Crowded House
30 years ago indie darlings Frente released the multi-platinum, internationally lauded Marvin the Album. Spawning era defining classics like ‘Accidentally Kelly St’, ‘Labour of Love’ and ‘Ordinary Angels’, Marvin would transform Frente from Melbourne indie darlings to global stars.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Marvin’s release, on Thursday 24th November Simon Austin and Angie Hart will come back together for the first time in years to present this special album in full over a beautiful night at the Brunswick Ballroom presented by Always Live.
Don’t miss out on seeing one of Australia’s most beloved acts perform a classic album plus some old gems dug out from the vault in an intimate setting, perfect for sharing dedicated stories about lessons learned and celebrating lifelong friendship.
This show is part of ALWAYS LIVE program, a new state-wide celebration of contemporary live music supported by the Victorian Government through Visit Victoria.
Great news to announce today!
We are delighted to announce that Jebediah will be playing TWO MEGA SHOWS in Queensland THIS JUNE!
Outside of a solitary show in between lockdowns in Newcastle last year, Jebs have not played any pub shows since 2019, so it is with great excitement that we can present these massive line ups at two massive pubs.
Here are the details
FRIDAY JUNE 24TH – MANSFIELD TAVERN with END OF FASHION, DALLAS CRANE & THE CASANOVAS
SATURDAY JUNE 25th – COOLANGATTA HOTEL with END OF FASHION & BLUSSH
We were overjoyed to tune into RTRFM 92.1 last Friday night and celebrate its 45th Birthday and all the incredible music to come out of WA over the years.
Great to see both Eskimo Joe & Jebediah get 2 tunes each in the Top 45 countdown:
You can read the full list of 45 WA bangers here: https://rtrfm.com.au/45greatest/
CHM HQ x
Great write up for Bob Evans' brilliant Tomorrowland album from Spanish newspaper ABC.
Making the top 10 albums of the year!
CHM HQ x
We at Catherine Haridy Management are proud to support and stand behind the work being undertaken by the #musicindustryreview and ask all in music to support.
You can find all the details here - https://musicindustryreview.com.au/