Gary Clark Jr.
REVIEW: The Eagles have a history of lawsuits, scandal, drug abuse and one of the worst band break-ups in the history of music.
Joy Division and New Order bassist Peter Hook's covers band, The Light, played Wellington on Thursday.
REVIEW: The Finns leave you not knowing whether you want to marry them or ask them to adopt you.
There are so many different types of people all mixed together at Auckland's Splore Festival that it's hard to imagine it working as one cohesive colourful party - but it does.
REVIEW: The last time Foo Fighters played Auckland they caused a minor earthquake - such was the extent of how hard they rocked.
After upsetting Christchurch concertgoers with a 5-minute blitz Ciara treated her Porirua audience to a show five times that duration: 23-minutes.
Slash found fame as the top-hatted guitarist in Guns N' Roses. Almost inexplicably he continues to hold on to that fame.
REVIEW: Ghosts, God and other imaginary beings provided much of the fertile fun-poking fodder for Eddie Izzard.
REVIEW: Foo Fighters show was the "best Wednesday night in Christchurch ever" says reviewer.
REVIEW: Veteran rockstar delivers blistering two-hour set with his powerful new band.
REVIEW: Kenny Rogers belted out the tunes with relative ease, while telling ripper yarns between sets.
REVIEW: The last show on Broods Evergreen Tour was a special treat.
Legendary Kiwi musicians entertain a middle-aged and middle-class crowd as the ninth annual Winery Tour hits Auckland.
REVIEW: Paul Simon and Sting lead a packed Bowl of Brooklands in a mass singalong of their classic hits.
For a man setting out to play "a few very depressing songs" Mike Rosenberg aka Passenger is a really funny guy.
REVIEW: You couldn't deny the effort and energy of these two old men: they gave full value by playing a 165-minute set without an intermission.
It might only be January but Angus and Julia Stone were already the most anticipated show of the year.
British duo Royal Blood were out prove that they deserve the hype.
Fresh off the Laneway stage, Flying Lotus wows crowds at Auckland's Powerstation.
Iit's gig season, so we asked some famous Kiwis for memories of their best-ever gigs.
REVIEW: Katy Perry manages to be sweet without being sickly, suggestive without being lewd, and kooky without being crazy.
Raggamuffin's new locale in Auckland delivered, with its big acts and relaxed atmosphere.
If you want proof that there’s a wealth gap in New Zealand go along to a Troskey gig.
"The best rock and roll band in the world" hit Auckland last night. And didn't disappoint.
The crowd at Elbow's sold-out concert was in raptures even before the first note was stuck.
Walking tall, exuding confidence and grinning uncontrollably - what a difference a year makes.
The Kiwi godfathers of horror tell why we laugh at things we shouldn't - and make the rest of the world do it, too.
The teen queen of pop launches her first headlining tour of NZ with a bang at Horncastle Arena.
Apart from needing to iron out a few foibles, Soulfest is likely to grow in popularity if it comes back next year and continues to front such an incredible line-up.