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Criticism of Six60's "love song" lyrics at terror attack benefit concert unwarranted, promoter says.
Fishnets! Wild guitars! A blow-up life-raft! Brace yourselves, because two fiery rock'n'roll acts are about to descend on Nelson.
REVIEW: It looked like we might be in for a long, sad night - but this diverse show of Kiwi music was about moving on.
Beyonce has released a surprise live album on the same day a documentary about her Coachella headlining show is released.
New Zealand's top musical talent gathered in Christchurch for a benefit concert for the March 15 attack victims.
Stan Walker, Lorde and Dave Dobbyn wowed viewers with their emotional performances at the Christchurch charity concert.
Emotional singer shows her support for Christchurch terror attack victims at the city's beneift concert.
Band's opening song at the Christchurch Aroha Nui concert riles some with its lyrics referencing a loaded gun.
Lorde's highly anticipated "special guest appearance" included two songs at the Christchurch You Are Us/Aroha Nui concert.
He was caught trying to smash through a door, after previously breaking in and taking a nap in singer's bed.
The rapper, who is Muslim, was so upset by the terror attacks he left the city. As a result, he breached his supervision sentence.
Key moments from the artists who took to the stage in memory of the 50 victims of the Christchurch shootings.
The biggest music event of the year, the benefit concert You Are Us - Aroha Nui, will go ahead on Wednesday night in Christchurch.