On This Day, November 22, 1997…INXS frontman Michael Hutchence was found dead by a maid in his hotel room at the Ritz Carlton in Sydney, Australia. He was 37.The coroner ruled the rocker’s death a suicide. Alcohol and drugs, including cocaine, Prozac and prescription medicine, were found... Read More.
On October 17 in Sydney, Australia, the surviving members of INXS reunited for the first time since 2017 -- and were surprised with a special award commemorating four billion global streams of their hit-packed catalog -- a number that sax player Kirk Pengilly says is almost too big for him... Read More.
INXS is releasing remixes of some of their biggest hits on colored vinyl.The new collection, All Juiced Up Part 2, will feature nine limited edition colored 12-inch vinyl releases, featuring remixes of INXS classics like “Need You Tonight,” “What You Need” and more.The collection kicks off October... Read More.
When Michael Hutchence passed away 25 years ago Tuesday, his band INXS was left wondering what to do next, and apparently they considered going with a female singer. In a new interview for theLiSTNR podcast Behind The Hits, Baby Animals singer Suze DeMarchi says she was approached about being a... Read More.
INXS released their first album in the ‘80s and are definitely eligible for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, so their fans, who are sick of just waiting to see them get in, are trying to do something about it.A trio of fans, dubbed... Read More.
Founding INXS member Andrew Farriss has been busy promoting his 2021 debut solo album, a self-titled effort that sees the multi-instrumentalist and songwriter putting aside his famous band's funky modern-rock sound in favor of tunes with strong country and Americana influences.Farriss, who lives on... Read More.