The Tivoli

Ep 413 – 2022 Year in Review

Our last episode for the year is a compilation of the absolute best tracks broadcast in 2022 on 4zzz’s own Live Delay program, the show dedicated to delivering the best of Meanjin-Brisbane’s live music scene from the live stage to the mixing desk to your living room/car/wherever you catch your 4zzz’s. Many of the broadcast’s this year have been hidden …

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Ep 405 – Ed Kuepper & The Queensland Symphony Orchestra Part 2

Ed Kuepper & The Queensland Symphony Orchestra: Live at The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley, 5 November 2020 Ed Kuepper is a living legend of Brisbane music, known for his work in bands such as The Saints, Laughing Clowns and The Aints!, along with an enormously prolific body of solo work. In 2020 he teamed up with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra for …

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Ep 404 – Ed Kuepper & The Queensland Symphony Orchestra Part 1

Ed Kuepper & The Queensland Symphony Orchestra: Live at The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley, 5 November 2020 Ed Kuepper has been a presence in Australian music for nearly fifty years. Born in Bremen, West Germany, Kuepper’s family migrated to Brisbane when he was a child. In high school he co-founded the band that would become The Saints, one of the most …

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Ep 396 – Bob Weatherall & Halfway with William Barton

Bob Weatherall & Halfway with William Barton: Live at The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley, 19 September 2021 Bob Weatherall is a Kamilaroi elder who has been an activist and advocate for First Nations Australians for over forty years. Halfway are a Brisbane alt-country band formed in 2000 and previously featured in episodes 87 and 132 of Live Delay. In 2016, Weatherall, …

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Ep 387 – Blowhard

Blowhard: Live at The Tivoli, Fortitude Valley, 17 April 2021 Blowhard formed on the Brisbane underground punk scene in 1989, led by vocalist Brentyn “Rollo” Rollason. For thirty years they were a cornerstone of independent music in Brisbane. The band released the albums “Blowin’ Off” in 1993, “Hornbag” in 1996 and “The Toxic Swing” in 2009, along with countless EPs, …

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