The bass player of one of the world's most popular bands performs handstands across the stage to entertain the crowd after a power outage temporarily cuts the sound system midway through the second song.
After three decades in NSW, Byron Bay's Bluesfest could be on the move with its boss claiming new State Government guidelines to safeguard against drug-related deaths jeopardises its financial viability.
The home of the Big Prawn may seem like an unlikely spot for a shrine to INXS, but the band's manager says it's the perfect location for a museum to honour the rock stars.
The embattled musician announced on social media — in a post which has since been deleted — that he plans to travel to Australia "soon", but a senior Labor politician is calling on the Immigration Minister to deny him entry.
Australian record labels join a push to make sites that let you download audio files from YouTube inaccessible in Australia, saying they facilitate copyright infringement.
Music fans can breathe a sigh of relief as one of Sydney's oldest and most iconic venues will be reopened by a team who say musicians are banging down doors to play.
Low pay, long hours and a cashless society threaten the viability of making music, as musicians are forced to look for new ways of marketing their bands.
Dozens of budding musicians perform at one of Perth's most popular live music venues as part of a drive to support girls in the music scene.