The 2000s were a golden era for live music in Australia, and Jack Utsick was helping to fund it through a massive Ponzi scheme.
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.
The Rose Tattoo rocker tearfully thanks supporters months after his son Liam was allegedly beaten to death by a friend in Sydney's north.
Critics have panned the long-awaited Freddie Mercury biopic, but audiences are loving it. How could they be so out of step?
Fans of Freddie Mercury may be disappointed as the troubled biopic finally hits screens, presenting a sanitised, conservative view of an rock iconoclast.
The physical labour, the time away from home, the drugs — for the people who make live music possible, life can be challenging.
At the height of the Rolling Stones' musical acclaim, Mick Jagger retreated from the public eye in the UK and US, spending two months in and around the south-east NSW town of Braidwood.
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.
The singer's new record, out this month, follows the international success of her first, which saw her nominated for a Grammy and collect a handful of ARIAs.
When the Frenzal Rhomb guitarist played dozens of AC/DC riffs back-to-back for a video project, one thing became clear: don't write off Malcolm Young's work as simplistic.