The 2000s were a golden era for live music in Australia, and Jack Utsick was helping to fund it through a massive Ponzi scheme.
By today's standards Six O'Clock Rock might seem quaint, but the show was the ABC's first television program to bring rock 'n' roll music into Australian homes and was more than capable of pushing boundaries.
A US judge rejects the English singer and songwriter's request to dismiss a lawsuit accusing him of plagiarism, saying the two songs have similar percussion and basslines, and listeners might consider the "aesthetic appeal" to be similar.
One of this year's biggest musical surprises was the announcement by Fleetwood Mac that Lindsay Buckingham had been fired and was being replaced by Neil Finn. Here's how it came about.
Gray died of multiple myeloma on Tuesday, his brother and fellow band member Mark Gray says in a statement.
Getting a song on a major radio station can be a big break for an Australian band. But new research suggests commercial stations may not be hitting their mandated quotas for local content.
'If you could interview anybody in the world, who would you pick?' For Leigh Sales, the answer is Sir Paul McCartney — and he didn't let her down.
Almost six months to the day since Tropical Cyclone Debbie hit north Queensland, the region is poised for the arrival of another force of nature — British superstar Elton John.
It's not just Paul McCartney's $400 concert tickets. There is an avalanche of re-issues, box sets and extras that are taking fans for an expensive ride.