Hunter Valley misses chance to say goodbye to Kiss after late change | Newcastle Herald


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Kiss HUNTER fans missed an opportunity to say goodbye to the legendary rock band in their own backyard after their show project Pokolbin was sent back to Perth. Last week, Kiss was preparing to announce a concert at Hope Estate for March 26, but due to the decision of the Western Australian government to open its borders when it reaches 90% double vaccination, the group reverted to his previous plan to perform at the Perth RAC. Arena. Although the concert was never officially announced, it will no doubt disappoint the Hunter members of the Kiss Army, who failed to say goodbye to their heroes in 2019 when the group canceled their Supercars 500 show at Newcastle No. 1 Sportsground a week due to co-leader Paul Stanley. suffering from the flu and throat infection. Kiss performed their first and only show in The Hunter at the Newcastle Entertainment Center in 2015. Hope Estate owner Michael Hope and a spokesperson for TEG Live did not respond to requests for comment. THE past two years have decimated the music industry and seen artists, road crews and engineers leave the industry in droves. One organization that has helped the industry is the Support Art crisis relief charity. With the easing of restrictions and the gradual return of music, the Queens Wharf Hotel in Newcastle is hosting its own fundraiser for the Support Act, Playback, on December 11. Years. Tickets for the full day festival are $ 40 and are available on the Queens Wharf Hotel website. DASHVILLE Nights will open its 2021-22 season with Hunter Valley favorite William Crighton on December 10. Victorian folk and blues guitar maestro Jeff Lang and Sydney country-pop artist Imogen Clark will join Crighton and his friends in the evening. Dashville kicked off its unique concert nights last year after COVID-19 restrictions made it impossible to host their regular festivals like Gum Ball and Dashville Skyline. Dashville Nights will be part of the Lower Belford property’s “Homecoming Weekend Bonanza” which also includes the Dashville Christmas Party and Family Portrait Day on December 11th. MIA Toole, drummer and youngest member Little Quirks, is set to graduate high school and celebrate her band Central Coast Take to the Road. The Rain Is Coming Tour begins December 3, just four days after Mia’s HSC final exam. Little Quirks will visit the Cambridge Hotel on December 4th. It has been a relatively quiet year for the group – which also includes Mia Abbey’s older sister (vocals, guitar) and cousin Jaymi (vocals, mandolin) – following the release of their third EP Cover My Eyes and the singles Florence’s Town and Someone To Hold in 2020. These two tracks are slated to feature on Little Quirks’ fourth EP due in early 2022. If you had followed Melbourne’s fertile garage-rock scene of the early 2000s, you would have probably heard the throaty energy of magazines. Swedish. The punk quartet lit up Melbourne pubs brilliantly, but briefly, with their EP What Doesn’t Kill Me Makes Me Deadly and debut album Eat More Baby in 2005 before imploding shortly thereafter. Frontman Van Walker went on to forge a esteemed solo career on the folk and American scene, which includes his acclaimed 2020 album Ghosting. The urge to replay high-tension rock’n’roll brought together Swedish magazines to release a best of the collection titled I Wish Life Could Be, on November 19. Swedish magazines are also going on tour and will play Grand Junction of Maitland. Hotel on November 27. THEY love their Screaming Jets on the west side of Macquarie Lake. The Newcastle rock band’s C’mon summer tour date at the Toronto Hotel on February 6 sold out in 24 hours. The good news is Dave Gleeson and the boys will be back a week later on February 13 for a second gig if you ran out of tickets. HUNTER music fans have a reason to pack the car for a road trip to Wollongong after Yours & Owls Festival released its 2022 lineup. Hip-hop legends Hilltop Hoods headlining alongside Benee, Bliss N ‘Eso, Flight Facilities, The Jungle Giants, Peking Duk and Violent Soho. The April 2-3 festival at Stuart Park also features LDRU, Luca Brasi, Jack River, Ruby Fields, Hiatus Kaiyote, San Cisco, Hope D, Jen Cloher and many more.



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