BTS Rock the Snake Pit

By Shirley Higgins-Croft. Hello Everyone! BTS are in town this is the story about my amazing evening on the night they played the Snake Pit. Readers will recognize that reviewing a pop concert is well outside my usual journalistic scope, which normally encompasses fashion, crime and the international zeitgeist. I hope you’ll forgive a moreContinue reading “BTS Rock the Snake Pit”

Blayden top charts with controversial track

By Shirley Higgins-Croft Popular Mareeba HipHop duo, Blayden, have topped the Spotify download charts with their tribute to John Mayer and Liverpool FC. The song, JayMay JayMay JayMay, samples the Anfield Choir in full voice and features some freestyle rapping from DJ Durridge (aka Daniel Sturridge). Band members Brayden Ross (left above), and Blaide BrentContinue reading “Blayden top charts with controversial track”

Keith rocks the Railway

By Shirley Higgins-Croft Logan city superstar, Keith Urban, rocked the Railway Hotel last night on his Don’t Look So Surprised world tour in front of a crowd of eighty-one fans. The evening began with two support acts that were received warmly by the crowd. Kuranda artist, Dayne Guzman Caine, performed cuts from his Grammy nominated album CrocdilesContinue reading “Keith rocks the Railway”

WBU academics claim to have a cure for GAS

By Paolo Zupp William Bligh University academics have announced that they have developed a treatment for the insidious syndrome that has dogged musicians since the dawn of rock ‘n roll. GAS – Guitar Acquisition Syndrome (more recently generalised to Gear Acquisition Syndrome and also known as Perceived Guitar Personality Disorder) is the debilitating condition inContinue reading “WBU academics claim to have a cure for GAS”

James Mathison looks sideways to a better future

By Destiny Givens A new revolutionary surgical procedure has been developed by the Spinal Unit at Cairns Base Hospital. The ‘Complete Neck Augmentation’ procedure gives the chance of a normal life to the 1.5% of the population who have been born with no neck or who have contracted Neck Reduction Syndrome. It is expected toContinue reading “James Mathison looks sideways to a better future”