The Tenderhooks band was an originals outfit fronted by Douglass Bishop, singer songwriter (Douglass is in the middle in the image above between Guy Chapman at the front and T-Rev

The Dullards got up to all sorts of things… busking, fringe club, kings cross new years eve stripper, harold park, name changes, strawberry hills, punters club in Melbourne, reco

Small Talk was a contemporary acoustic music show that Douglass Bishop of Tenderhooksmusic held every second Sunday afternoon at a couple of different pubs in Sydney back around 20

A covers band that used to play Rock classics from the ’60s & ’70s. The Hotdogs captured the sound of a period when music was raw and real. The five-piece band fronted by Dougl

A quick snap of the back-end of the Queen Elizabeth 2 at Circular Quay today (8 March 2012). They say it’s the largest ship ever to have docked at that terminal and about 10 mete

The Bagel House was a great Sydney cafe, near Taylor square, I played some jazz there in the ’80s with friends in an outfit called Jazabilly, or some times The Dullards. I wonder

I caught this by chance the other day heading over the Sydney Harbour Bridge into the city. It’s the cover image of Queen of Dreams by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni aligned with a t

Rock band really did Brussells [sic] A concert on October 28 by the Irish new wave band U2 in Brussels rocked not only their fans but also seismic equipment at the Belgian Meteorol

I saved this image years ago from a New Zealand news paper – a great set of characters. The text reads:Mrs Iris Strickland – one of the few voices supporting the MP for Hasti

They had lovingly pumped her full of so much food, she spent the next twenty-four hours pissing and shitting everywhere. She was the shape of a small hippo' at first but looked mor