Sydney's live music scene faces another crisis with the announcement that the iconic Annandale Hotel
will be sold.
The pub is one of the centres of Sydney live music and has played host to everyone from small local bands to Joan Jett. The selling follows the closure of the Hopetoun Hotel in 2009
and the recent loss of Raval
and the Excelsior Surry Hills.
In Melbourne last year the closure of the Tote Hotel lead to the 20,000 strong Slam Rally
and an overhaul of planning laws. Nothing similar is planned for Sydney yet. In the meantime, you can realize your Australian live music memories with the videos at Moschcam.