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The Spot Festival 2015

This Sunday, join in on the outdoor extravaganza that is The Spot Festival, one of Randwick’s biggest free festival events of the year. The festival is a community street party that celebrates the very best of local food, shopping, kids … Read More

Take One 6th March Gig Guide

6th March – Brendan Clarke Quartet – Foundry 616 6th March – Take 5 – The Dave Brubeck Story – The Basement   7th March Lily Dior Venue 505 ONE OFF SYDNEY SHOW 7th March – … Read More

Community Billboard from 5th March to 12th March

This weekly community billboard is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected … Read More

ONE DAY AT TELEVISION SYDNEY

Eastsideradio & Television Sydney Some of you might ask yourself now, what brings these two different forms of media together? Well, the anwser is quite easy: we are both community stations with similar aims … Read More

REGGAE LEGEND JIMMY CLIFF

Before Bob Marley, there was Jimmy Cliff – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee, two-time Grammy Award Winner and collaborator with Annie Lennox, The Rolling Stones and Tim Armstrong, just to name a few.   … Read More

Kiama Jazz & Blues Festival

Kiama Jazz and Blues Festival offers three days and three nights of jazz and blues, held at over 30 venues within the Kiama Municipality. There are over 50 performances covering a wide range of music. They have everything from jazz, … Read More

Museums and Change

On Arts Wednesday 4 March 2015, Sylvia Rosenblum spoke to Maisy Stapleton about the changes in museums over the last 200 years. Follow the links to hear the conversation: http://eastsidefm.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Museums-and-Change-1.mp3 This is Part 1 of our conversation http://eastsidefm.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Museums-and-Change-2.mp3 … Read More

THE NECKS Live and intimate

The New York Times described them as ‘one of the greatest bands in the world’ For those who don’t know, The Necks are an a experimental jazz trio who play improvisational pieces, up to an hour in length. To see them … Read More

A Taste Of Honey March 5 2015

 The process   starts with an idea for a song and some very talented  people take that idea singly or via  collaboration … Read More

Arts Wednesday 4 March 2015

At 10:40 am this week we hear Part 5 of the series on the Royal Botanic Gardens and the herbarium is today’s topic with Dr Dale Dixon and Gill Toweller, former and current managers of the herbarium. My special guest … Read More

DIAL AFRIKA FEATURING JIM CHUCHU

  Tune in to Dial Afrika this Wednesday 4 March at 9am or replay via our PROGRAM GUIDE This week on Dial Afrika PJ is interviewing the director and movie … Read More

The Cantabile Trio Concert at Waverley Library

On Sunday the 8th of March, Waverley Library invites you to an afternoon celebrating all things women in music. The Cantabile Trio will be performing pieces from some of the best female composers, including Clara Schumann, Elena Kats-Chernin, Pauline Viardot … Read More

ALBUM OF THE WEEK – ‘Ol’ Glory’ By JJ Grey and Mofro

JJ Grey, Andrew Trube (guitar), Anthony Farrell (piano/organ), Anthoney Cole (drums/pecusion), Dennis Marion (trumpet), Jeff Dazey (saxophone) and Todd Smallie (bass) form the six piece blues outfit known as ‘JJ Grey & Mofro’. Grey is celebrating his seventh release with … Read More

Ten Part Invention

Ten Part Invention are coming to Sydney! This is a rare and exciting opportunity to see them perform. Ten Part Invention was created by drummer John Pochée to be a flexible medium for Australian jazz composers and improvisers. Every … Read More

WONDER WOMAN BETH HART

Why is Beth Hart such an outstanding person in the music industry? It’s not only about her background, dealing with drug addiction and bipolar disorder, but also her beautiful manner, shining out true confidence, being open-minded to talk about … Read More

Gipsy Kings at the Opera House

The Gipsy Kings are here to celebrate their 25th anniversary in their very own, blistering tradition – taking audiences back to the south of France on a ride through party-start guitars and booming Spanish vocals in their Opera House debut. Read More

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE VINYL

Radio Free Alice Old-school record shops are making a comeback. So those of you who are still dedicated to vinyl and purchasing music from someplace that is not the internet should not despair—this city’s record store … Read More

Toumani and Sidiki Diabate

From an exceptional family of 17 generations of kora players and griots, Toumani Diabate has been revolutionizing Malian music. He was the first to give an international dimension to kora, and wanted to give to his … Read More

The Creative Mind

            Arts Thursday, with Maisy Stapleton on 26th February, explores aspects of the creative mind … Read More

Community Billboard! 24th Feb – 3rd March

This weekly community billboard is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected. Read More