INXS

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The show must go on: can a band continue without its lead singer?
From Queen to the Doors, many bands have attempted to keep going after the departure of the singer – with very mixed results

Leonie Cooper

02, Nov, 2020 @1:00 PM

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Australia Day honours list: Jane Turner and Campbell Newman among 2020 recipients
Teen LGBTQ activist Georgie Stone is the youngest to be honoured alongside war veterans’ advocate Colin Hamley, 97

Naaman Zhou

25, Jan, 2020 @11:00 AM

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Mystify: Michael Hutchence review – enlightening and affecting
Footage shot by the INXS frontman and his circle illuminates his life and death

Wendy Ide

20, Oct, 2019 @4:30 AM

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‘What killed Michael Hutchence?’: how far does the rock doc need to go in 2019?
A film about the INXS frontman follows Surviving R Kelly and Leaving Neverland in upping the stakes considerably

Steve Rose

07, Oct, 2019 @8:00 AM

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Mystify: Michael Hutchence review – a heavyhearted portrait mainly for the fans
INXS frontman’s genius is implied throughout Richard Lowenstein’s choppy documentary but never given the chance to speak for itself

Luke Buckmaster

04, Jul, 2019 @12:38 AM

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Searching for the real Michael Hutchence: 'He identified with the quiet types'
Richard Lowenstein’s new documentary explores the shapeshifting INXS singer’s transformation from vulnerable man to lounge lizard rock star

Andrew Stafford

29, Jun, 2019 @10:52 PM

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How the statue of INXS's Michael Hutchence will help Australia get over cultural cringe | Jen Jewel Brown
Melbourne and Sydney are lagging behind in showing appreciation for local musical greats, but perhaps attitudes are changing

Jen Jewel Brown

06, Jan, 2019 @12:10 AM

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'His personality changed': Michael Hutchence's sister on his traumatic brain injury
Emboldened by their mother’s death, Tina Hutchence’s nuanced book challenges the tabloid take on her brother

Jenny Valentish

25, Sep, 2018 @6:00 PM

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Michael Hutchence: in the eye of the storm
In this very personal essay, Catherine Mayer remembers her friend Michael Hutchence, and wonders if our hunger for celebrity gossip is debasing our society

Catherine Mayer

29, Oct, 2017 @10:00 AM

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Michael Jackson, George Michael, Prince and more: readers share their favourite albums turning 30
To commemorate Michael Jackson’s Bad album turning 30 this week, we asked you for other albums from 1987 that still mean something to you

Guardian readers and Tom Stevens

30, Aug, 2017 @1:08 PM

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New band of the week: Romes (No 98)
This Canadian four-piece resemble a modern Duran Duran, combining exuberant, funked-up pop with traces of darker, more risqué rock

Paul Lester

08, Apr, 2016 @2:56 PM

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Stevie Wright obituary
Singer with the Australian band the Easybeats, best known for their worldwide 1966 hit Friday on My Mind

Adam Sweeting

31, Dec, 2015 @5:29 PM

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