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KATE CEBERANO It's not often you see
species like this at the Perth Zoo. The multi-talented
Kate will deliver songs from her extensive catalogue
before showing off the fancy footwork that helped
her snare victory on Dancing With The Stars.
Perth Zoo, February 13, ticketmaster.com.au.
Rob Thomas Putting the wild 3AM days of his
youth behind him, former Matchbox Twenty front-
man Rob Thomas has gone on to achieve success
as a solo artist. The Grammy Award winner will
feature at A Day on The Green with support from
Australia's Vanessa Amorosi.
Sandalford Wines, February 21,
Australian Rock Symphony
With three of Australia's biggest names in rock under
one roof, this is a not to be missed event. Chrissy
Amphlett, Diesel and Baby Animals will perform
some of their greatest hits backed by a full rock
band and a 30-piece orchestra.
Burswood, January 30, ticketek.com.au.
The Panics with WASO «
What better way to pass a balmy summer evening
than among the leafy surroundings of Kings Park
listening to local indie-rock sensations The Panics.
With WASO adding orchestral flourishes behind
them, this performance is sure to bring the rich,
expansive sound of their studio albums to life.
Kings Park, February 20, ticketmaster.com.au.
YO LA TENGO Few bands enjoy cult-status
like New Jersey's Yo La Tengo. The experimental
outfit have won legions of fans and critical acclaim
with their 12 studio albums of poignant pop songs
drenched in reverb and quirky soul styling.
Beck's Music Box, February 20, bocsticketing.com.au
Antony and the Johnsons
Mercury Prize winners Antony and the Johnsons
create music unlike anything you've heard
before; the singer's raw, emotive voice wrapped
by instrumental arrangements that conjure the
exotic and ethereal. They'll be joined by WASO
for two memorable performances. Perth Concert
Hall, February 5-6, perthfestival.com.au.
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