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Bluesfest Plans For A 2021 Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Planning for Bluesfest 2021 remains on track with the first line-up announcement confirmed for 2021.

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Carol LLoyd performing at the Arts Centre forecourt for the Rock Chicks exhibition 2010. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

QMusic Carol Lloyd Award Applications Open For 2020

by Announcement

QMusic, Queensland’s music industry development association, is the new home for the Carol Lloyd Award supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and APRA AMCOS. Applications are open now, closing Monday 7 September.

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The Teskey Brothers

2020 Air Awards Nominees Announced

by Announcement

AIR is thrilled to return to the UNESCO City of Music this October for its annual AIR Awards and Indie-Con Australia Conference.

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Bush

Under The Southern Stars Reveals COVID-SAFE Roadmap for 2021 Event

by Announcement

The Under The Southern Stars spectacular rock music festival series featuring +LIVE+, Bush and the Stone Temple Pilots recently announced the postponed April tour would move to February 2021.

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Amahla

The Ivors Announce Nominees and Mentors for new Rising Star Awards

by Music-News.com

The Ivors Academy has today announced the five nominees for its brand-new Rising Star Award with Apple Music.

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Music From The Home Front

Australian Albums: Music From The Home Front Spends Second Week At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

“Music from the Home Front”, the compilation of local talent raising money for frontline COVID-19 workers, remains the No.1 album in Australia for a second week.

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QMusic Womxn In Music

QMusic Launches QMxntorship Program

by Announcement

QMusic has launched ‘QMxntorship’ under its Womxn in Music program with applications open now for music industry professionals to apply as mentees or paid mentors, closing Tuesday 28 July. QMxntorship is proudly supported and funded by the Queensland Government.

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The Weeknd

UK Charts: The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’ Is Biggest Song of 2020 So Far

by Music-News.com

The Weeknd claims the UK’s Official biggest song of 2020 so far with his huge Number 1 hit Blinding Lights, OfficialCharts.com can confirm.

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Haim, Photo By Serena Ho

UK Charts: Haim Album Debuts At No 1

by Music-News.com

The eponymous LA pop-rock band made up of sisters Este, Danielle and Alana finish the week ahead of the pack by 4,000 chart sales, claiming the most downloads and vinyl of the past seven days, putting them in pole position on the Official Vinyl Chart too.

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Music Victoria

Music Victoria Awards Now Open For Submissions

by Announcement

Music Victoria is thrilled to reveal that the 16th annual Music Victoria Awards will return in 2020 during Melbourne Music Week to celebrate the vast achievements of Victoria’s music community over the last year. Despite live music coming to a standstill since COVID-19 restrictions came in place, there have been huge achievements by the Victorian music community.

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Guy Sebastian - Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo

Guy Sebastian’s Manager Titus Day Arrested On Fraud Charges

by Paul Cashmere

Guy Sebastian’s longtime manager Titus Day was arrested Wednesday night over alleged fraud charges against the singer.

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Bluesfest 2021

Bluesfest 2021 Early Bird Tickets Go On Sale

by Announcement

In what will be regarded as an incredible act of bravery Bluesfest has announced Early Bird tickets to its 2021 festival will go on sale today. This announcement comes one week ahead of what is said to be an historical First Artist Announcement next week on July 8th.

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PPCA

PPCA And Recording Council Announce Recording Grant Participants

by Announcement

The Phonographic Performance Company of Australia (PPCA) and the Australia Council for the Arts announce the five newest recipients of $15,000 grants to assist with the creation of new sound recordings.

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MTV VMAs

MTV Awards To Go Ahead With Limited Audience

by Music-News.com

The upcoming 2020 MTV Video Music Awards will be held with “limited or no audience”, according to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

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Michael Falzon

Michael Falzon’s Wife Film Director Jane Cho Issues Statement About His Passing

by Noise11.com

Film director Jane Cho, wife of beloved Australian entertainer Michael Falzon, has released a statement following his passing last Tuesday after a year-long battle with a rare form of germ cell cancer.

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Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan Sells 34000 In The UK

by Music-News.com

Congratulations to Bob Dylan, who goes straight to Number 1 with his 39th studio album Rough and Rowdy Ways.

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Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan Becomes Oldest Person Ever To Score UK No 1 Album

by Music-News.com

Bob Dylan has become the oldest artist ever to score a U.K. number one album with a record comprising of new original material.

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Music From The Home Front

Australian Albums: Music From The Home Front Keeps Bob Dylan From No 1

by Gavin Ryan

On April 25th of this year heaps of acts from both Australia and New Zealand got together to put on a live streamed concert called ‘Music from the Home Front’, screened on Channel 9 in Australia, Channel 3 in New Zealand and YouTube internationally, and now this week the album of music from the 3 hrs, 30 mins show is the new No.1 album in Australia.

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Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan On Track for UK Number One

by Music-News.com

Bob Dylan is on course for his ninth Number 1 on the UK’s Official Albums Chart with Rough and Rowdy Ways.

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Vika and Linda Akilotoa

Australian Charts: Vika & Linda Bull Score Their First No 1 Album With ‘Akilotoa’

by Gavin Ryan

Vika & Linda (Bull) land their first No.1 Album in their native Australia this week as their collection called “Akilotoa (Anthology 1994-2006)” debuts at the top of the ARIA Albums chart.

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Marty Stuart

Noise11’s Nick Kontonicolas Is Introduced to Country by Marty Stuart And His Congress Of Country Music.

by Noise11.com

Noise11’s New York-based Chief Operating Officer Nick Kontonicolas has been in discussions to expand Marty Stuart’s Congress of Country Music in Mississippi.

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Australian Musician

Melbourne Guitar Show Presents Make Music Day Australia This Sunday

by Paul Cashmere

The Melbourne Guitar Show and Australian Musician will present Make Music Day Australia this Sunday to compensate for the lockdown lockout of the Melbourne Guitar Show which would have been on at Caulfield Racecourse this weekend.

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Vanessa Amorosi photo by Ros O'Gorman

Vanessa Amorosi To Stream Performance From Los Angeles

by Paul Cashmere

Vanessa Amorosi will perform a virtual show for her fans from Los Angeles on 27 June.

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Drive-in Live

Flemington Racecourse To Be Transformed Into Melbourne ‘Drive-in’ Venue

by Paul Cashmere

Untitled Group will take over the home of the Melbourne Cup, the Flemington Racecourse, for Victoria’s first Drive-in live music venue in July.

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QMusic stART grant

Q Music Offer Grants To Queensland Musicians

by Announcement

QMusic will deliver $3,000 grants, on behalf of the Queensland Government and Arts Queensland to musicians and music industry workers as part of the stART Grant Program.

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Lady Gaga Chromatica

Australian Charts: Lady Gaga ‘Chromatica’ Maintains A Second Week At No 1

by Paul Cashmere

Lady Gaga’s “Chromatica” remains the No.1 selling album in Australia for a second week, also scoring a second week in England and it debuts at the top in both The U.S.A. and Canada.

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V Festival

Restrictions Ease, Festivals Now Allowed Up To 25% Capacity

by Paul Cashmere

The new rule for attending music festivals has been adjusted to now allow 25% attendance at outdoor venues of up to 40,000 capacity.

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Grammy Awards

Have the Grammy Awards Just Stuffed Up 2021?

by Paul Cashmere

The Grammy Awards definitions have changed for 2021 making ‘Urban’, ‘Latin’ and ‘New Artist’ a grey area and making a mockery of its categories.

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