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Kate Ceberano performs at APIA Good Times Tour at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda on Saturday 28 May 2016. Photo by Ros O'Gorman http://www.noise11.com

Kate Ceberano To Play Memo Music Hall’s First Live Stream Event Sunday

by Paul Cashmere

Kate Ceberano will be the very first artist for Memo Music Hall’s new live streaming series.

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Kate Ceberano performs at the APIA Good Times Tour at the Palais in St Kilda on Saturday 28 May 2016. Photo by Ros O'Gorman http://www.noise11.com

Memo Music Hall and Renegade Team To Stream Kate Ceberano

by Paul Cashmere

Memo Music Hall and RockWiz creators Renegade Films will streak Kate Ceberano & Co from the St Kilda venue on Sunday 5th April 2020.

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Wendy Matthews, Noise11, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Memo Music Hall Unaffected By Federal Government Mass Audience Restrictions

by Paul Cashmere

Memo Music Hall Unaffected By Federal Government Mass Audience Restrictions

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Andrew De Silva Purple Prince

Andrew De Silva To Perform The Music of Prince At Memo Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Andrew De Silva will pay tribute to Prince with his Purple Revolution show at Memo Music Hall on Saturday night (21 December 2020).

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Eric Bogle and Claymore Celtic Christmas

Eric Bogle and Bobby Valentine To Perform Christmas Shows At Memo Music Hall This Weekend

by Paul Cashmere

This weekend Christmas Memo Music Hall has two Christmas events in the lead-up to midweek holiday.

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Francesca Gonzales

St. Kilda Festival Announces New Music Stage Lineup

by Tim Cashmere

The St. Kilda Festival showcases ten new artists each year at the annual street party, and the lineup for the 40th anniversary is stellar.

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The Presets

The Presets and Boy & Bear Head Up Drop Festival Lineup

by Tim Cashmere

The Presets and Boy & Beard head up a superb lineup of acts for The Drop Festival, touring around the country from February 2020.

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Ani DiFranco, Noise11, Photo

Ani DiFranco Returns To Australia For The First Time In Ten Years

by Tim Cashmere

American neo-folk artist Ani DiFranco will return to Australia for the first time in a decade with a quick run of shows across the country.

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Alex Cameron

Alex Cameron Heads Up Second Farmer and the Owl Announcement

by Tim Cashmere

Alex Cameron heads up a strong second announcement for The Farmer and the Owl festival which rolls into Wollongong, NSW in February.

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How’s This for a Top 20 – October 26 1979

by Paul Cashmere

The Top 20 hits for 26 October 1979 according to Melbourne’s 3XY Chart were:

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Randy Newman

Randy Newman, Mavis Staples, Icehouse, 10CC To Play 2020 Zoo Twilights Season

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s 2020 Zoo Twilights roster is up with both an all-star Australian and International line-up including Randy Newman, Icehouse, Mavis Staples and 10CC.

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Evelyn Richardson of Live Performance Australia

Helpmann Awards 2019 Act 1 Winners List

by Paul Cashmere

Act 1 of the Helpmann Awards were announced in Melbourne on Sunday night ahead of the main event tonight (Monday, 15 July 2019).

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TGI Fridays Chadstone

TGI Fridays to support live Australian Music

by Paul Cashmere

Global restaurant chain TGI Fridays will start a program of in-house live Australian music across its Australian restaurants.

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Busby Marou photo by Ros O'Gorman

San Francisco’s Front Country and Rockhampton’s Busby Marou take over Memo Music Hall this weekend

by Paul Cashmere

Queensland’s Busby Marou and all the way from the USA’s Front Country will perform this weekend at Memo Music Hall in Melbourne.

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Jet played AC/DC LANE on Tuesday 13 February 2018 to announce their upcoming National Get Re-Born Tour. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Open 2019 line-up features Jet, You Am I, Angus & Julia Stone

by Paul Cashmere

The Australian Open line-up for 2019 has the very best of Australian music set to take to the stage for the upcoming Tennis season.

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Angus & Julia Stone

Angus & Julia Stone, Bastille and Craig David to perform at Australia Open 2019

by Paul Cashmere

Angus & Julia Stone, Bastille and Craig David are just some of the acts lined-up to perform during the Australian Open at Rod Laver Arena in 2019.

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The Scorpions, music news, music

Scorpions Albums To Be Expanded And Reissued Ahead Of Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Scorpions will reissue albums from their classic catalogue ahead of the Australian tour with Def Leppard in November.

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Ben Harper - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Peter Noble Reveals His 2019 Bluesfest 30th Anniversary Line-up

by Paul Cashmere

Bluesfest will turn 30 in 2019. Festival Director Peter Noble is pretty excited about his first announcement for the new season, especially with Jack Johnson and Ben Harper making return visits.

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Adalita, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Adalita To Headline Kyneton Music Festival 2018

by Paul Cashmere

The Kynetown township has rounded up an eclectic range of real music for the Kyneton Music Festival in October.

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Christine Anu - Image By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo

Christine Anu and Anne Edmonds Added To Helpmann Awards Presentation

by Noise11.com

Singer Christine Anu and comedian Anne Edmonds will take the stage at the 2018 Helpmann Awards in Sydney on Monday night (July 16).

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Paul McCartney at AAMI Park Melbourne on Tuesday 5 December 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ed Sheeran, Paul McCartney, Armand Van Helden, Midnight Oil Nominated For Helpmann Awards

by Paul Cashmere

Ed Sheeran, Paul McCartney, Amand Van Helden and Midnight Oil are just some of the artists nominated for Helpmann Awards for 2018.

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Amyl & The Sniffers

Live Music Returns To Chapel St Icon

by Greg Phillips

Melbourne’s status as the live music capital of the world is set to receive a boost with the announcement today that Chasers nightspot in Chapel St South Yarra will be hosting international and national live touring acts, stand-up comedy and cabaret under the live brand Three Eight Six.

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The Union Club Richmond

Melbourne’s Newest Live Music Venue is The Union Club Richmond

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s newest live music venue is The Union Club at Richmond Bowling Club in Richmond.

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Todd McKenney presenting the nominations for the Helpmann Awards 2015. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Entries for the 2017 Helpmann Awards are Open

by Announcement

Entries for the 17th Annual Helpmann Awards are open today, for productions staged between 1 March 2016 – 28 April 2017.

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Tony Burke

Tony Burke MP Speaks Up For Australia’s Live Music Industry

by Paul Cashmere

Australian member of Parliament Tony Burke has spoken up in Parliament to place the threat of the live music industry in Australia clearly in the Australian government’s agenda.

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The Delta Riggs

Melbourne Cricket Ground To Host A Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne Cricket Ground will be home to the Love Live Music at the G music festival in November.

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Keep Sydney Open

Thousands Flock To Keep Sydney Open

by Paul Cashmere

The Sydney music community came together today with one clear message … Keep Sydney Open.

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Keep Sydney Open

Flume, Lorde, Yolanda Be Cool Gather To Keep Sydney Open

by Paul Cashmere

18 high profile Sydney based artists (and a Kiwi) have combined to send a message to the New South Wales government to Keep Sydney Open.

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Groundswell, noise11.com music news

Gippsland Gets Groundswell With Screaming Jets, James Reyne

by Paul Cashmere

The Screaming Jets will headline Australia’s newest music festival, Groundswell, at Lake Tyers Beach in Victoria in January.

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James Young and Dan Auerbach

Melbourne’s Iconic Cherry Bar Faces Potential Closure

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s iconic Cherry Bar in AC/DC Lane, Melbourne now faces the threat of closure following a new residential development now towering alongside.

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