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Ending a 25-year marriage and going back on the market had a profound impact on 80s icon Richard Marx’s songwriting.

Boasting big voices and bigger hair, indigenous soul outfit the Merindas were formed to play at a screening of hit Australian movie The Sapphires four years ago.

They’ve known each other for four decades, made and played music together all over the world and yet soft rockers Air Supply have never had an argument.

If it wasn’t for legendary Italo-disco producer Giorgio Moroder recruiting Terri Nunn to sing on the Top Gun soundtrack, her career might have been barely a blip on the pop radar.

Boy George has regrets but he’d rather talk about the Culture Club reunion tour

Alongside the likes of Violent Soho, Royal Headache, Bad//Dreems, DZ Deathrays and Perth’s Tired Lion, the Smith Street Band are raising the flag for Australian pub punk rock.

Fast-rising Perth band Tired Lion have a big night planned for their Not My Friends single launch.

Paul Kelly, Australia’s unofficial poet laureate and the troubadour who has taught us so much more than how to make gravy, was today honoured for his contribution to the community through his often …

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