The film selection comes from the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado.Mountainfilm uses the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.With international shows across Europe, Russia, the United States, Australia and New Zealand, William Hall is as close as you will get to experiencing the King of Pop.Doors open: 7pm Show starts: 8pm CCEntertainment’s 16th Annual "Whole Lotta Love" Led Zeppelin Celebration is set to return to Sydney in 2018.Last year, the singer-songwriter celebrated the 30th and 25th anniversaries, respectively, of her albums Solitude Standing and 99.9F.She’ll play tracks from these albums and take Australian audiences on a journey with her distinctive vocals and many of the songs that encapsulate an iconic career including ‘Marlene on the Wall’ from her 1985 self-titled debut, and ‘Tom's Diner’ and ‘Luka’ from her breakthrough 1987 album Solitude Standing.
The Women's Adventure Film Tour is presented by Mountainfilm on Tour: Australia & New Zealand and She Went Wild.
Doors open: 7pm Show starts: 8pm Respected as one of Australia's iconic musicians, Ian Moss delivers an unforgettable sound - not only as a telling soloist on guitar but especially with his silken voice, ringing with clarity and resonating with pure soul.
While primarily recognised as an axeman of tenacity and sweet melodic sensibility, Ian's distinctive vocal is the essential signature of his soulful, bluesy muse - as it has been since his first tentative foray into music during the early 1970s.
The song's lyrics are haunting and mysterious, recounting a Gothic tale of a young man's tragic suicide in the deep south. There does not appear to be any truth to the rumors that the song was trimmed for length, thus cutting vital lyrics.
The story told contains many noticeable omissions and gaps, however, leaving the listening with no shortage of irritating unanswered questions. A note on spelling: Gentry spells it "Billie Joe" on the album cover, but almost immediately after the song's release much of mainstream America began using the more conventional spelling "Billy Joe." I will use the latter spelling for simplicity's sake.