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DAMIEN Leith has an album and tour to spruik – not that you would know it. more »
COULD she be Australia’s answer to American music megastar Taylor Swift? more »
WHAT does Woodvale WAAPA classical vocal student Daniel Mullaney have in common with ethereal female pop-folk trio Seeker Lover Keeper, wunderkind Lisa Mitchell and inaugural The Voice Australia winner Karise Eden? more »
SOPRANO Emma Matthews has gone mad – all for the sake of her beloved art. more »
AT the end of every second day, Monique Montez researches Dusty Springfield to find out something new about the bee-hived London songstress dubbed ‘the white queen of soul’.
WHEN Charlie Jones first heard late Hawaiian musician Israel Kamakwiwo’ole’s cover of Judy Garland’s signature song Somewhere Over the Rainbow, a little stringed instrument stole her heart.
A SHOWCASE for emerging light-classical music stars of the future was provided at Feast of Favourites to an appreciative Morning Melodies audience at His Majesty's Theatre on April 18. more »
EVER since setting aside his clarinet and stepping up to the conductor’s podium, Christopher Dragon’s star has been firmly on the rise. more »
MOST of us have a childhood memory of standing in front of the mirror with hairbrush in hand blaring out the words to our favourite song. more »
SOME five years ago, an old share-house in Daglish became the unlikely birthplace of an exciting new breed of young musicians. more »
AMID the current woes of the world – from the European financial crisis to the recent flood disasters again wreaking havoc on our rural communities – music provides us with a welcome diversion from the plight of the planet. more »
TRUE blue Aussie balladeer John Williamson has amassed more awards throughout his decorated 40-plus year career than he cares to mention. more »
THE Big Day Out’s 20th anniversary saw the Perth and final leg of the tour go in a noticeably smaller direction this year, minus east-coast headliners Hilltop Hoods and Kanye West along with a venue change to McCallum Park. more »
THE sparkly and fresh stage Rod Stewart and his band perform on could be compared to an Australian Idol or Young Talent Time set. more »
MOST second generation fans such as myself have heard great and often hazy tales about the extravaganza that is a Pink Floyd concert.
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.