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THE PREATURES Saturday, July 19· Metro Theatre Australia's most hotly tipped new band, The Preatures will embark on their first Australian tour for the year starting in mid-July. The Two Tone Melody tour will showcase the band's latest single of the same name, as well new material from their much anticipated debut album plus, of course, all their alt radio faves, including the band's brilliant breakout track Is This How You Feel? In between recording sessions, the band have somehow found the time to impress all and sundry around the world this year, including London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, New York, SXSW and Coachella Festival. They'll return to Australia in July after playing several more overseas festivals including Bonnaroo (US), Hurricane festival (Germany) and Glastonbury (UK).

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THEN AND NOW: AUSTRALIA SALUTES THEBEATLES Out Now Well, it's been 50 years since the Fab Four touched down in Australia and, to celebrate, some of the best Aussie voices have lent their talent to this compilation that is a must for any Beatles fan. Covering their entire catalogue, this compilation features cuts from the likes of Katie Noonan (Blackbird), Doug Parkinson (Dear Prudence), The Sunnyboys (Birthday) and the Vines (I'm Only

Sleeping). While there is some filler on here - such as a lacklustre version of Til There Was You by Harrison Craig there are some definite standouts including You Am I's brilliant rendition of I'm So Tired and The Hoodoo Gurus take on Hard Day's Night. If, for some reason, Beatlemania hasn;t caught up with you yet, this is definitely a good place to catch the bug. Then {:SNow

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Now, you too can experience that joy when the Foggy Mountain Jam rolls into town next week. The Foggy Mountain Jam started life five years ago in an unassuming paddock at Laguna in the Wollombi Valley. Nash Chambers, manager and producer for his sister, Kasey Chambers, decided to put on a show where like-minded souls could get up and play, essentially wbatever they liked. The first show featured the likes of Kasey Cbambers, her father Bill and Midnight Oil's Jim Moginie and, since then, bas been an annual event on the property. The little festival that could bas now grown into a full-scale extravaganza of wandering minstrels where artists play their own hits and also jam along with their friends to their favourite songs. ''It was just a little festival, started by my brother Nash on his property in Laguna that was capped at around 500 people:' Kasey Chambers told TE. ''Nash's wife is a great cook and she would put on the most amazing food for everyone - it was just a really great little community event, but there bad been growing interest for us to expand it a little. "It was us wanting to jam with all of our mates. We thought we might as well get an audience along and pay for it at the same time. Now it bas taken on a life of its own:' Now, after a tubthumping turn at the Tamworth Country Music Festival earlier this year, the Jam bas gone on the road and Cbambers said that she is currently baving the time of her life. ''It's been bloody awesome," the multiple ARIA and Golden Guitar winner said. "As far as going out on tour, the gigs are just so much fun, but just being out on the road with a bunch of great friends is just brilliant!'

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"It's not about egos, success or selling records - it's just about baving fun and a sense of freedom and collaboration onstage." The Jam bas certainly come a long way since that first one five years ago and Chambers said that there were plans to take it to head into the studio with all of the current line-up as well as the likes of Troy Cassar-Daley and Tim Rogers who also plays with Chambers' father Bill in the Hillbilly Killers with Newcastle's Catherine Britt. "We really want to get the Foggy Mountain Jam name out there more so there are definite plans to get something down in the studio," she said. "The writing bas started, we've booked time. It's just a matter of getting everyone in the same room at the same time."

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Pistol Pete (or Peter Pihlak to the taxman) has shared the stage with the likes of the McCormack Brothers, Tommy Emmanuel and Trisha Yearwood. Since 1989, he has been cutting his teeth on the pub and club circuit and, more recently on the local scene with Newcastle trio After

Hours. In 1988, Pistol Pete snagged a song writing deal with Sony and now has more than 1000 gigs under his belt. Not a bad effort at all With a set-list that includes classic cuts from the likes of Jodie Messina, Dire Straits, Maroon 5, Steve Miller, The Violent Femmes, Bob Seger, INXS, Eagle Eye Cherry, Pearl Jam and Australian Crawl this guy has the versatility and chops to please almost any crowd. To say that a Pistol Pete show is eclectic is an understatement. This guy truly runs the gamut from the old favourites to today's chart toppers. So if you're looking for a great night out take your guns to town and check out a Pistol Pete show. You won't regret it.

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Gel ready 10 rock High-octane rock outfit Defaced came about in 2007 thanks to Mark Wallace, with the view to gather exceptional musicians from all backgrounds to create a different show that delivers all your favourite songs from the vaults of the classics to today's current hits but since then they have gone through changes and additions to the line up to become a 'smokin' rock band. Featuring the formidable vocal talents of the original Iron Maiden front-man Paul Mario Day, Defaced are one of the most experienced, versatile and exciting rock bands working the Hunter region. They are a combination of excellent, highly-respected musicianship, enormous diversity in material, high energy entertainment, thoroughly professional attitude, and most importantly, damn good fun. Few bands play with such passion and power, and with the ability to recreate so effectively so many types of music.

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by Melbourne Recording Company, Vicious. The single debuted at number 25 on the ARIA Club Charts, quickly climbing to number nine in the first five days. Despite the rigors of touring and the passing of years the spark and energy of The Radiators has not diminished. They continue to do what they do best - tour extensively, play an average of 150 times per year and delight the legions offans both young and old who still flock to grab a slice of living Aussie Rock history, rocking the night away to the great catchy songs and classic hits that have made The Radiators a household name in Australia. Not bad for four boys from humble beginnings with big dreams and one wonders what this powerhouse band is capable of producing next. catch the Radiators at caves Beachside Hotel on Friday, June 20.

he sartorial splendour, driving beats and slinky, sexy guitar lines that is rockabilly will be the order of the day at the Wicko next weekend with a show recognising the oftunder recognised contribution of women in this iconic genre. Dubbed The Women of Rockabilly and featuring the talents of Narelle Evans (vocals), Jack Evans (guitar), Chris Perry (bass) and Antero Ceschin (drums), the show celebrates the lives and music of four female rockabilly pioneers - Wanda Jackson, Lorrie Collins, Janis Martin and Charlene Arthur. Evans said that the show, aside from celebrating the music of these pioneering women, would also delve a little more into their lives and influence on the largely male dominated genre. "This show combines the music of these wonderful women and is linked together with dialogue and images on a projector screen that tells the story of these four women from the 1950s who are pretty much forgotten;' she said. "There were dozens of women in that period who were signed

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aving only wowed Newcastle audiences back in March, singer-songwriter Josh Pyke is heading back to the region, as part of his regional Lone Wolf tour, this time with Cessnock firmly in his sights. It's a pretty tacit acknowledgement that you're onto a good thing when your album continues to wow the music buying public almost a year after its release. That's exactly the case for Pyke's fourth studio effort, The Beginning and the End of Everything. The album came in at number seven on the ARIA chart as well as picking up an ARIA nomination for best adult contemporary release. When it comes to tapping into the Australian cultural zeitgeist, Pyke has been making a pretty decent fist of things, with four albums, 100 per cent in fact, making it to the ARIA top ten. While reluctant to pinpoint the reason his deft tum of phrase and folk-tinged pop resonated so well with audiences, speaking to TE on his last run, Pyke said it may be because there was very little pretence in his work.

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"It's very hard to look at your work objectively like that, but I would say that the sort of music I make tends to be the type ofmusic that becomes associated with significant events in people's lives," he said. "Also, a lot of what I do is very honest and quite personal and when you do write like that, people tend to throw their own life experiences into the song and then, I guess, it kind of becomes universal."

If its connection with audiences that Pyke is yearning for with his albums, the same can certainly be said of his live show. "The best shows I've seen are the ones where there is genuine engagement with the audience," he said. "Also, it's a feeling -whether it be a rush of adrenaline from a metal show or a feeling of intimacy from a stripped-back acoustic show - it's all about that feeling."

Kate Miller-Heidke has the critics raving with her fourth studio album, and first independent release, 0 Vertigo! The album was released in March and has garnered rave reviews along with a top five debut on the ARIA album chart. Miller-Heidke launched the album to her fans in capital cities with a sold-out series of intimate acoustic shows, featuring long-term collaborator Keir Nuttall on guitar and musical freak-genius John Rodgers on violin and piano. The trio will now embark on an extensive tour of regional centres to premiere songs from 0 Vertigo!. As well as releasing 0 Vertigo! and her two Australian tours, Kate has just returned from playing sold out shows in London and The Great Escape festival in the UK and, after this Aussie run, she will be returning to the UK for her first headline tour to support the European release of o Vertigo! From there she will be heading straight to the USA to perform for the prestigious New York Metropolitan Opera in their production of The Death OfKlingho.tfer. Catch Kate MiUer-Heidke at Newcastle City Hall on Friday August 22. Tickets are onsale now through Ticketek.

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