Preview article & photos by Deb Kloeden – Rock At Night Australia
Cold Chisel – Blood Moon Tour
THE TESKEY BROTHERS
Tim Prestwich Band
Sat 4th January 2020
There’s nothing more Australian than hot sun, warm waves and Cold Chisel. The band’s classic songs like Khe Sanh, Flame Trees, Bow River, My Baby, Cheap Wine, Saturday Night and You Got Nothing I Want have become the soundtrack to our summers.
COLD CHISEL’S latest studio album, the critically acclaimed Blood Moon, has debuted at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart confirming the iconic band has lost none of its rock ‘n roll swagger over the years. Frontman Jimmy Barnes, never disappoints.
There are few lyricists who are able to make us feel grateful to be Australian the way PAUL KELLY can. Amongst the many popular songs that sing the praises of cities like New York, Los Angeles and London, Kelly is able to portray a much-needed, down-to-earth and honest representation of Australian cities and life.
THE TESKEY BROTHERS are an ARIA Award winning blues rock band from Melbourne, Australia, named after the two brothers who formed the group in 2008: Josh Teskey and Sam Teskey.
ARIA Best Group, Best Blues & Roots, Best Engineer 2019.
If you haven’t seen this band yet, you’re missing out.
The Detonators were formed way back in August 1997. Based in Melbourne Australia, this popular hard working quartet have never been afraid to hit the road, haul some kilometres and rack up a heap of gigs. Make sure you bring your dancing shoes, listening ears and drinking arms when you come to Glenelg Beach.
Adelaide guitarist Tim Prestwich of The Tim Prestwich Band (formally “Cruel Game”) had a name change after the sudden death of brother Steve Prestwich (drummer Cold Chisel) There’s a strong connection here.
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