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Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley at the opening of David Bowie Is Exhibition at ACMI Melbourne. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley at the opening of David Bowie Is Exhibition at ACMI Melbourne. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Music Vault To Launch In December 2017

by Paul Cashmere on August 10, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

The Australian Music Vault, Australia’s very own music history museum, will open its doors at the Arts Centre Melbourne in December.

Victoria’s Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley signalled the pathway to the launchdate tweeting Excited to announce @artscentremelb collaborating with @ARIA_Official for #australianmusicvault – http://www.australianmusicvault.com.au

The Australian Music Vault will honour the rich history of Australian music celebrating the achievements of songwriters, musicians, performers, designers, producers, promoters, roadies and the stories from Australian fans.

According to the site it is for ‘everyone who has helped put Australian music on the map…and allowed it to become the soundtrack to our lives.

More details will be revealed soon.

https://www.australianmusicvault.com.au

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