Roger Knox To Spend A Lunchtime Telling Stories At The Australian Music Vault - Noise11.com
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Roger Knox To Spend A Lunchtime Telling Stories At The Australian Music Vault

by Noise11.com on September 19, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

Roger Knox, an inductee of the National Indigenous Music Awards Hall of Fame, will perform and speak about his life at MPavilion for the Australian Music Vault.

The event is free for all on October 11.

Roger, the Koori King, grew up on a mission and moved to Tamworth at age 17. He has worked with Jimmy Little and Kutcha Edwards.

Roger spends a lot of his time visiting prisons in New South Wales and Queensland to talk with incarcerated men and women.

This event on October 11 is presented by the Australian Music Vault and MPavilion- the Australian Music Vault at Arts Centre Melbourne has a current display about Roger Knox that was installed to celebrate him receiving the National Indigenous Music Awards Hall of Fame award recently.

The event will run for one hour without an interval.

Details here https://www.artscentremelbourne.com.au/whats-on/2018/contemporary-music/roger-knox-in-conversation

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