PICS: Wolfmother at the Observatory North Park

Australian hard-rock heroes Wolfmother roared through the Observatory North Park during their recent tour.

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The group hails from Sydney, New South Wales and formed in 2000 by vocalist/guitarist Andrew Stockdale (pictured). They rocked the paint off the walls during the Nov. 1 show!
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The current band lineup, aside from Stockdale, includes drummer Hamish Rosser (background, middle), keyboardist Katie McGurl (left) and bassist Brad Heald (right).
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Wolfmother is often categorized under the hard rock genre -- but also include elements of heavy metal, psych-rock and prog-rock within their songs.
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The band is often compared to influential classic rock and metal bands from the 1960s and 1970s, including Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Blue Cheer, and AC/DC.
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Wolfmother originally released its self-titled debut album in Australia in 2005 and internationally in 2006. The album reached No. 3 on the Australian Albums Chart and the top 40 in the U.S. and the U.K., and has to-date sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide. (Rosser pictured)
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In 2007, the band was nominated -- and won -- the Best Hard Rock Performance award at the Grammys for their hit single "Woman," off their debut album.
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Following lineup changes, the group released their sophomore album,"Cosmic Egg," in 2009, which hit the top 20 on the U.S. Billboard chart. More personnel changes ensued and Stockdale released a solo album titled "Keep Moving" in 2013. (McGurl pictured)
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The next year found the band reformed with different members (Stockdale has been the band's only constant member) and toured after the release of "New Crown," which was followed by its fourth studio album, "Victorious," in 2016.
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Just this last September, Stockdale released his second solo album, "Slipstream."
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During their Nov. 1 show, the group tore through a 15-song set, which included: "Dimension," "New Moon Rising," "Woman," "Slipstream," "Apple Tree," "Gypsy Caravan," "White Feather," "Vagabond," "California Queen"...
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Followed by "Lazy," "Pyramid," "The Love That You Give," "Victorious," "Colossal" and a one-song encore of "Joker and the Thief." What a great show -- come back soon!
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