SELF-taught ukulele player Kerry Stanger recently became a hit on social media, receiving over 1200 views on a post.
MONASH Primary School – along with seven other Riverland schools – took part in Australia’s largest school music participation program yesterday for a fifth time.
THE Riverland Choral Group (RCG) and Riverland Brass Band have joined forces in the hope of creating a ‘musical hub’ in Berri.
With a career spanning over four decades, country music singer-songwriter Graeme Connors, is no stranger to serenading audiences all over Australia.
Australians love to take ownership of home-grown talent exports.
LOCAL students will lend their lungs to a special selection of songs to commemorate 100 years of Anzac at this year’s Riverland Primary Schools’ Music Festival.
MURRAY PIONEER journalist PAMELA PERRE is a self-professed fan girl of international boy band ONE DIRECTION. She bought (yes, bought) every one of their CDs, and has been known to tweet at them, and sign her name ‘Mrs Pamela Perre-Styles’. This week she was sent on a mission to photograph and review the band she so adores. But, as she writes here, it was the concert’s “epicness” that became her undoing in the end.
Australia’s own teenage heart throb – often responsible for fluttering hearts, drawing screaming mobs, and making girls drop like flies – is bound for the Chaffey Theatre in October.