Olivia had cancelled her Australian promotional tour this week, but “she’s so excited to see her Australian Livies in 2024” according to a spokeswoman from Universal Music Australia.
Without wanting to speculate, she could be on a tight schedule; it must also be remembered that Lewis Capaldi also cancelled a promotional visit to Australia late last year ahead of the Oceania leg of his World Tour which was also later postponed due to his health issues.
I also remember The Script snuck in a quick visit to Australia in September 2017 in between touring the United States in support of their fifth studio album, “Freedom Child”. They returned to the country in April the following year, just after the conclusion of the Commonwealth Games, for their swing of shows in support of said album.
Meantime, last week, Bebe Rexha announced that she’ll be touring Down Under for the first time (discounting a promo visit when she performed at Westfield Parramatta, of all places, in July 2018) in support of her second studio album named Bebe.
Voyager singer Danny Estrin, whose band represented Australia in Eurovision this year, has been diagnosed with cancer.
Kylie Minogue’s album Tension has debuted at No.1 on the ARIA albums chart.
Kylie’s LP Tension has debuted at #1 in the UK selling 53,237 copies made up of 20,168 CD’s, 19,159 vinyl, 4,825 cassettes, 5,122 digital & 3,963 streaming sales
I saw her CD is $28 at JB. New CDs seem to be more expensive than they used to be too.
That’s just JB price gouging which they tend to do with certain artists, Most new CDs are $19.99
It will probably drop to $19.99 in a few weeks. That’s what they usually do.