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For the first time in Australia..
SOLPRN Presents:


With Glynn Morgan stamping his vocal authority all over the new album, it seems that the magical chemistry that has always been a major part of Threshold's appeal has already started to fizz and flicker around the band's freshly retooled line-up.

The release of Legends Of The Shires will be followed by a sustained flurry of live shows, as Glynn returns to the stage with his old compadres and takes the many-splendored delights of the new album to the masses, not to mention some choice cuts from Psychedelicatessen, the album that first brought Glynn's incredible voice to our attention. As far as Richard West is concerned, the future for these dogged veterans has never seemed brighter. The legend continues!

MAY 27 - Crowbar - BRISBANE

MAY 29 - Arkaba Hotel - ADELAIDE

MAY 30 - GM Sound Studio - MELBOURNE

MAY 31 - Crowbar - SYDNEY

June 2 - Amplifier Bar - PERTH


Melodic Rock Fest 2020 is pleased to announce The Croxton Park Hotel as the new venue for this weekends festival.
Built in 1844, The Croxton Park Hotel in Thornbury is an old school pub that has had a long view of Australian history, from the gold rush to the Diggers to World Series cricket.
Sometime in the mid-twentieth century, a huge ballroom was built onto the back of the pub. It became one of Melbourne's most successful live music venues in the seventies and eighties - literally, anyone who was anyone played at 'The Croc' in those days, from ACDC and Skyhooks to Rose Tattoo, INXS, Men at Work, Mondo Rock and Midnight Oil.
Decades after a golden era of pub rock ended, The Croxton had fallen off the radar, but under a coat of the dust, the room remained a superb space for live music. It has an epic 14 metre wide stage and perfect sightlines no matter where you stand. Croxton train Station is around the corner, High Street trams are out the front and there's a 300-space carpark across the road. What's not to love?
With Thornbury fast becoming the coolest 'hood in Melbourne's inner north, it was time to wake the sleeping giant. With a fresh look, a phenomenal new PA and a totally overhauled front bar, The Croxton Bandroom is back.
Due to recent cancellations, MRF has been cut back to one day of music with international superstar acts Janet Gardner, Kip Winger, Reckless Love, Ron Keel, Midnite City and Enuff Z Nuff performing with local artists.
The day will run on Saturday the 7th of March - Door sales only on the day for $100, or if you have a TicketBud pre-purchased ticked show it on the door for entry. 
Running for the day are as follows:

Marie Wilson

Marie Wilson looks set for a big return to her home town for an energy packed acoustic show at Stay Gold, Brunswick. Her passion for live music has never wavered and her live show will absolutely blow you away.

Tickets on sale now!

The combination of a great attitude and undeniable talent helped launch Marie Wilson’s first single ‘Next Time’ to great success. ‘Next Time’ was one of Australia’s most played songs on Australian radio back in 1998, blitzing the Top 40 charts. It earned Marie two ARIA nominations (Best Australia Debut Talent and Best New Artist) and the accolade of being chosen as Best New Australian Artist on commercial radio at the 1998 Radio Industry Awards.

“Looking back, my early songs had an innocence, or a naivety, about them, and this certainly reflects where I was in my life at the time. And during the time I wasn’t writing, I realise now that I was gaining life experience, learning lessons I probably never would have known had I not had that break. I think this life experience adds more depth and dimension to my songs.”