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Chris Murphy, Longtime Manager of INXS, Dies at 66

He was also known for working with Australian country music group The Buckleys.

‘Mystify: Michael Hutchence’: Film Review

Michael Hutchence is recollected by his friends and family in 'Mystify: Michael Hutchence,' a documentary by Richard Lowenstein, the director of several INXS music videos.

Tribeca: Alec Baldwin-Led John DeLorean Film, Christoph Waltz Directorial Debut Among Feature Lineup

The Tribeca Film Festival on Tuesday revealed the feature film lineup for its 18th edition, which is set to run April 24-May 5.

INXS’ Michael Hutchence to Be Subject of New Documentary

The film about the late lead singer of the Australian band will be directed by Richard Lowenstein and produced by Universal Music Group and Passion Pictures.

Bruce Springsteen Covers INXS at Australian Show (Video)

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band continue to pay tribute to Australian acts on the band's current trek.

INXS Miniseries Beats Sochi Olympics in Australian TV Ratings Showdown

On the first official ratings day of 2014 down under, Sochi coverage, Michael Hutchence and a biopic about infamous Australian drug smuggler Schapelle Corby went head to head.

Former INXS Frontman J.D. Fortune’s Comeback Doc Gets World Premiere

Andrew Nisker's "Chasing Fortune" follows the Canadian musician looking to find fame again after a headlong plunge into bankruptcy and homelessness.

INXS Sign Global Publishing Deal With Universal; Biopic, Musical ‘On the Way’

Music by the Australian band, whose frontman Michael Hutchence died in 1997, is still in demand 25 years after breakout album, "Kick."

INXS TV Drama Begins Production in Australia

The mini-series, “Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story of INXS” is the first of three planned projects about the band's mercurial frontman, Michael Hutchence.

SXSW: Justin Timberlake Brings Down the House at Festival Closer

The former boy bander delivers a nonstop hit parade headlining a MySpace secret show at South By Southwest.

INXS Makes It Official: Band’s Touring Days Are Over

The group's five original surviving members say they wanted to end on a high and indicated that they never really got over the death of frontman Michael Hutchence.

INXS Calls It Quits After 35 Years (Report)

The iconic Aussie rockers say they are retiring after a long career that included the death of their lead singer Michael Hutchence in 1997.