Playing in a goodtime originals band in Invercargill is often no picnic, and Otepuni Moonshine intend to rectify that situation.
The hunt is on to find Southland's best entertainer and musicians.
Southland metal band Hatred are playing two gigs in Invercargill.
Invercargill lawyer John Pringle's debut album was 30 years in the making.
The Glen Country Music Club will hold a concert at its clubroom in Invercargill on Sunday, October 4.
Kerry Hawkins and Les Findlater join Southland rock's Hall of Fame.
LEFT OR RIGHT
You're not going to find any third album blues in Left Or Right's latest sonic drop.
New Mainland Football chief executive Julian Bowden would like to see an expanded South Island-wide competition, perhaps as early as the end of the 2016 season.
From big stars to country bunkers, musician Les Thomas has backed them all.
Entries for West Otago's 2016 Fashion Fantazia event are open.
Claire Benedict's impressive resume reads like an advanced music text book.
Invercargill rock band Zutto are surfing a zen wave.
In theatre circles they say the show must go on, but rarely has a leading lady given more to the cause than Rachael Scott.
Southern artist Lizzie Carruthers has been a farmer all her working life. She talks about inspiration and life as a rural artist.
After a long involvement in music, Tapanui artist Norma Parks has transferred her creativity into the visual arts, winning the People's Choice Award at the West Otago Art and Craft Exhibition earlier this year. She talks about her journey into art and creating in a rural setting.
High-profile Southland country singer Bryan Townley has added a second, matinee concert next month after his Spring Country Showdown sold out within days.
You need a drummer for a jam? Dave Conner is good to go, any where, any time, any place.
The great news is - Craig won the 2015 Male Vocalist of The Year.
They're called The Silence Machine but they make quite a racket.
It seems Isla Grant doesn't have time to stop touring.
We should have free concerts at Wachner Place.
Two former senior queens of the Alexandra Blossom Festival are joining a drive to promote the competition.
About 30 art pieces created by Southland youngsters went on display at Southland Museum on Sunday in celebration of Polyfest.
It's a dazzling show with a big, big heart, awash with colour, corny comedy and catchy, 60-style bubblegum pop and r'n'b tunes.
Shirley Adam, head of wardrobe on Phantom
Nation's eclectic musical stylings have been catching ears and eyes up and down the country for more than a year.
A $100,000 sculpture that was shrouded in secrecy for months will finally be unveiled in south Invercargill on August 21.