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Kylie Minogue, David Byrne and Paul Kelly Nominated for Helpmann Awards

by Paul Cashmere

The Helpmann Awards have recognised Australian acts Paul Kelly and Kylie Minogue and international stars David Byrne, Celine Dion, The Killers and Christine and the Queens for their performance excellence in Australia in the past 12 months.

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Music Victoria Is Looking For A Victorian Music Development Office GM

by Paul Cashmere

Music Victoria is expanding to create the Victorian Music Development Office and it needs a General Manager.

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Paul Kelly AWITG on Friday 17 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Nine Australian Music Prize Shortlist Albums For 2017 Revealed

by Paul Cashmere

Jen Cloher, Paul Kelly and Beaches are just three of the artists whose albums have been shortlisted for the Australian Music Prize for 2017.

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CEO Claire Spencer and Molly Meldrum with the Gospo Choir at the Launch of the Australian Music Vault. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Music Vault Has Opened In Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Australian music now has a permanent home with the Australian Music Vault opening in Melbourne.

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AIR Reveals Fast Track Fellowship Program

by Noise11.com

The Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) has revealed details of its Fast Track Fellowship program.

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AIR To Showcase German Music Biz In First Music Passport

by Noise11.com

The German music industry will be displayed in Melbourne for the Australia Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) new program Music Passport.

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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

Australian Music Vault To Launch In December 2017

by Paul Cashmere

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

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The Crucible, White Night Melbourne, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

White Night Invites You To Be Part Of The 2017 Event

by Paul Cashmere

Want to be part of White Night 2017? Expressions of interest are now open to participate in White Night Melbourne in February 2017 and Ballarat in March 2017.

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Palais Theatre

IlovemyPalais Lobby Group Sends Open Letter To Minister D’Ambrosio

by Paul Cashmere

Peter Holland of Melbourne lobby group #IlovemyPalais, angered by the secrecy surrounding the potential take-over of Melbourne’s iconic Palais Theatre by Live Nation, has sent an open letter of protest demanding answers to Victoria’s Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio.

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Creative Victoria

Victorian Government Announces Quick Response Grants For Music Works Program

by Paul Cashmere

Victoria’s pro-active Andrews Labor Government has announced new fast turnaround Music Works grants for five Victorian acts and two music managers to attend the CMJ Festival in New York in October.

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Nina Gordon Of Veruca Salt Guests On Noise11 iHeartRadio Music News

by Paul Cashmere

Nina Gordon of Veruca Salt refers to the years she was out of the band as ‘Veruca Starship’ when she guests of iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com.

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Martin Foley, Minister for Creative Services

Music Industry In Victoria To Benefit From Music Works Grants

by Paul Cashmere

The Victoria Labor government has announced the Music Works grants program, a $12.2 million funding project for contemporary music and related businesses.

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Rowland S Howard Lane Opening Ceremony St Kilda. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Rowland S Howard Lane Officially Unveiled In St Kilda

by Paul Cashmere

After years of campaigning, St Kilda officially now has a Rowland S Howard Lane in honour of the late Rowland S Howard of The Birthday Party.

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Kirsty Rivers To Lead Victorian Government’s Music Works Program

by Paul Cashmere

Australian music industry identity Kirsty Rivers has been appointed to the newly created role of Manager, Contemporary Music for the Andrews Labor Government’s Music Works program as part of Creative Victoria.

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Kylie Minogue Arts Centre donation with Premier Dan Andrews and Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley

Kylie Minogue Donates Stage Costumes To Melbourne Arts Centre

by Paul Cashmere

Kylie Minogue has donated 20 of her stage outfits to the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Australian Performing Arts Collection.

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Dan Andrews, photo by Ros O'Gorman

Victoria’s Music Industry To Rejuvenate From Labor Win

by Paul Cashmere

Victoria’s music industry will be a major beneficiary after this weekend’s election win that was swept Dan Andrews to power as Premier of Victoria and will see Martin Foley installed as the Minister for Arts and Youth Affairs for the next four years.

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Tex Perkins, Beasts Of Boubon. Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Tex Perkins Gives Preferences To Labor In Victorian Election

by Paul Cashmere

Singer Songwriter Tex Perkins has thrown his support behind Labor’s Martin Foley in the upcoming Victorian election, consolidating Foley’s chances of a win in the seat of Albert Park.

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Labor Commits To Saving The Palais Theatre

by Paul Cashmere

St Kilda’s iconic Palais Theatre will be restored under a Labor Government.

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Martin Foley, ALP Shadow Minister for the Arts

Martin Foley Places Tex Perkins Second Preference On How To Vote Labor Ticket

by Paul Cashmere

Martin Foley, the Labor Shadow Minister for the Arts in Victoria, has placed rock star and wannabe politician Tex Perkins as his number two preference for the seat of Albert Park.

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Daniel Andrews and Martin Foley with Michael Gudinski and Molly Meldrum

Music Becomes Hot Election Issue For Victoria

by Paul Cashmere

Political candidates for the upcoming election in Victoria are falling over themselves to be associated with the music industry following Labor’s lead in pledging $22.2m in funding and a further $2m for music education.

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Tex Perkins A Day On The Green, 2013, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Tex Perkins Takes Surprise Political Stand In Victorian Election

by Paul Cashmere

Cruel Sea/Beasts of Bourbon frontman Tex Perkins has announced he will run in the upcoming Victorian Election, up against sitting member Martin Foley, the architect for reforms for the music industry.

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Daniel Andrews and Martin Foley with Michael Gudinski and Molly Meldrum

ALP’s Daniel Andrews And Martin Foley Back Music In Victoria

by Paul Cashmere

Australian Labor Party leader Daniel Andrews and Shadow Minister for Arts and Youth Affairs Martin Foley have promised a $22.2 million funding package for the local music industry in Victoria.

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Music Industry In Victoria To Benefit From Music Works Grants

The Victoria Labor government has announced the Music Works grants program, a $12.2 million funding project for contemporary music and related businesses.

July 8, 2015