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post Dec 11 2017, 6:47 am
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Pre-sale: Monday, December 18, 12 Noon

General Public On-sale: Wednesday, December 20, 12 Noon

Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/live-mt-cla...artistid=749781


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post Dec 13 2017, 7:17 pm
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Silver (reserved seat): $98.06
Gold (reserved seat): $129.94
Gold (GA): $150.33


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post Dec 19 2017, 9:22 pm
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Anybody else trying for tickets? I'm being served up the same crap tickets each time I search for them (Block 110 - furthest location from the stage).

Edit: I ended up going to a Ticketmaster outlet and got my ticket. The website is a joke.

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I bought from Ticketmaster website no problems. GA, coz I wanna rock out like a teenager!


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Has anybody spotted any tour posters around town? I saw a poster on the back of a bus yesterday. I also purchased a tour poster on eBay. Here's a pic.

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Live live again with return of Mr Ed

The West Australian 7 Feb 2018 Harvey Rae

In every group there are core members acting as band leaders. In the case of Pennsylvania post-grunge rockers Live, it falls to guitarist Chad Taylor and frontman Ed Kowalczyk.

When Live broke up in 2009, this partnership was lost and, despite Live reforming without Kowalczyk and releasing last album The Turn in 2014, the reunion wasn’t truly complete until the original singer and songwriter rejoined in December, 2016.

“I’ve known Chad the longest,” Kowalczyk says from Connecticut, where he now lives. “I’ve known Chad since I was in kindergarten and I think if you look at any band, there’s always going to be a guy, or a couple of guys, that are the de facto leaders or the guys that are doing the scheming and the planning.

“Those special relationships, even within the band, need to be nurtured and need to be healed — if they need to be healed — and they did.”

Within two days of sitting down for a beer, Kowalczyk and Taylor were back playing music together.

“About two-and-a-half years ago I started to reconnect with the guys and with Chad Taylor in particular,” the 46-year-old says. “We sat down for a couple of beers in York, our hometown, and within about 48 hours we were playing together again.

“We made peace so naturally. I always say that we had so many good years together that it was like all those good years just swallowed up anything that wasn’t.

“It was a level of gratitude that I don’t think we would feel if we hadn’t split for a while and taken a break.”

Known for hit singles Lightning Crashes and I Alone from 1994 breakthrough Throwing Copper, which sold more than 8 million copies in the US alone, Live will re-introduce themselves with new, self-produced tracks and a world tour.

“The music is so radically different than what it was even in 2006,” Kowalczyk says, referring to their last album together, Songs from Black Mountain. “We’re excited by the opportunity to drop a song at a time and not wait until there’s 10 or 12.

“Most of the production right now is in Chad Taylor’s lap because he knows how to turn the buttons and I don’t. We may end up working with a producer in the future but I have to say I’m pretty impressed with how good we are at doing it ourselves.”

One thing’s for sure, don’t expect any tunes from The Turn or Kowalczyk’s solo work when Live tour Australia next month. It’s all about the classics — and perhaps a couple of new songs.

“We’ll be playing songs from the original line-up catalogue, the songs that we would get in trouble for not playing,” he laughs. “And then fast forwarding to the new chapter creatively. It’s a new era.”

Live play HBF Stadium with the Tea Party on March 6. Tickets from Ticketmaster.

https://www.pressreader.com/australia/the-w...283321817835998


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