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Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar leads Grammy nominations

by Paul Cashmere

Kendrick Lamar looks set to dominate the 2019 Grammy Awards after receiving seven nominations on Friday.

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Baker Boy

National Live Music Awards 2019

by Paul Cashmere

The National Live Music Awards were held across Australia on Thursday 6 December 2018. As part of the awards Magic Dirt were inducted into the National Live Music Hall of Fame.

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Mary Webb

Final names added for National Live Music Awards around Australia

by Larry Heath

The National Live Music Awards are thrilled to announce the final additions for the 2018 runs of events this Thursday!

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Suzi Quatro, Noise11, Photo

Red Hot Summer is taking Suzi Quatro to Bribie Island

by Paul Cashmere

The Red Hot Summer tour has expanded with the Suzi Quatro line-up now going to Bribie Island in March, 2019.

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Robert Plotnik aka Bleeker Bob

Iconic Record Store owner Bleecker Bob has passed away

by Paul Cashmere

Robert Plotnik (aka Bleecker Bob) has died in New York. He was 76 years old.

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Tony Burke

Labor to reform Ticket Scalping Laws when elected

by Paul Cashmere

Labor has promised to overhaul current laws in relation to ticket sales for live music and events if (make that a when) it assumes power in May 2019.

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Scott Maxwell ARIA Music Teacher of the Year award 2018

ARIA Awards produced 500,000 viewers across Australia

by Noise11.com

Around 500,000 viewers tuned in to watch the ARIA Awards across Australia last night.

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5 Seconds Of Summer, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

ARIA Awards 2018 complete winners list

by Noise11.com

The 2018 ARIA Awards were held in Sydney on 28 November 2019.

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Middle Kids- Lost Friends

J Awards for 2018 have been announced and here are all the winners

by Noise11.com

Triple J has announced its J Awards for 2018. Middle Kids, Gurrumul, Kwame and Mojo Juju are this year’s winners.

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Melbourne Synth Festival

Melbourne Synth Festival kicks off Friday – full program revealed

by Paul Cashmere

The first annual Melbourne Synth Festival will get underway on Friday starting with Beatrice.

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Stevie Jean - Photo by Elle Wickens

National Live Music Awards line-ups announced

by Larry Heath

Today the National Live Music Awards are excited to reveal its main lineups for the 2018 run of events on 6th December 2018.

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Sampa The Great 13th AMP showcase Pop up at the Arts Centre Foyer Melbourne on a Flatbed Truck. Photo Ros O'Gorman

The Age Music Victoria Music Awards 2018 recognizes the heart and soul of the music business

by Paul Cashmere

The Age Music Victoria Music Awards were announced Wednesday night at the Melbourne Recital Centre and once again confirmed why Melbourne is Australia’s music capital.

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Screen Music Awards 2018

2018 Screen Music Awards winners announced

by Noise11.com

The 2018 Screen Music Awards have been announced with 12 categories for TV, online, film and advertising revealed.

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The Hots

Mark Opitz has produced new music for The Hots so you know its going to be good

by Paul Cashmere

Studio legend Mark Opitz has re-entered the studio to work with Sydney husband and wife rock duo The Hots.

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Fleetwood Mac 50 Years Don't Stop

New Music Releases for 16 November 2018

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Mariah Carey, Little Mix, Roy Orbison & R.P.O., Michael Buble, Fleetwood Mac (GH), P.O.D., The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Boyzone, Mumford & Sons, Chris Cornell, Broods, Mark Knopfler, The Smashing Pumpkins, Andre Rieu, Sarah Brightman, Resin Dogs and ‘The Greatest Showman’ re-imagined compilation.

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Leonid Vorobyev Leonid & Friends

Nick Kontonicolas and the story behind the Leonid & Friends story

by Noise11.com

Noise11 COO Nick Kontonicolas says he discovered Leonid & Friends while doing business with the Ukraine.

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Emah Fox

Emah Fox says she listened to ABBA growing up

by Paul Cashmere

High Intensity Synth Pop star Emah Fox says that when she was growing up she listened to ABBA.

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Suzi Quatro, Noise11, Photo

Suzi Quatro shows another side as a Poet

by Paul Cashmere

Suzi Quatro has shown another dimension to her creative side with a book of poetry titled ‘Through My Eyes’.

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Luke Million

Melbourne Synth Festival to launch with Luke Million, Emah Fox, Beatrice and Honeysmack

by Paul Cashmere

Luke Million, Emah Fox, Beatrice and Honeysmack have been compiled into launch night for the Melbourne Synth Festival.

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L to R: Jason Herbison, Alexandra Cunningham, Natalie Mandel (of Fremantle Media), Amy Jarman & Heath Johns (of BMG Australia)

BMG Partner to Supply Music to Neighbours

by Paul Cashmere

Neighbours has switched publisher for the first time since the show started and will now be represented by BMG.

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The Beatles The White Album box

New Music Releases 9 November 2018

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Olly Murs, Train (GH), Midnight Oil (Live), Muse, Marianne Faithful, Aled Jones & Russell Watson, Imagine Dragons, The Ocean Party, Jonas Blue, The Beatles White 2018 reissue and the Ministry of Sound 2019 Annual.

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Vinyl Records

Public Hearing Inquiry into the Music Industry Set for Sydney November 2

by Announcement

ANNOUNCEMENT: The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts will hold a public hearing in Sydney on Friday, 2 November 2018 for its inquiry into the Australian music industry.

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Sampa The Great 13th AMP showcase Pop up at the Arts Centre Foyer Melbourne on a Flatbed Truck. Photo Ros O'Gorman

triple j Awards for 2018 Nominees are here

by Paul Cashmere

The triple j Awards nominees for 2018 are in and its a big year. Amy Shark, Courtney Barnett, Tash Sultana lead a strong female contingency for Album of the Year while the diversity of Sampa the Great to John Butler Trio makes for a wide Artist of the Year list.

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Chrissy Amphlett, Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Chrissy Amphlett To Be Inducted Into The Age Music Victoria Hall of Fame

by Paul Cashmere

Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett will be included into the Hall of Fame at the next The Age Music Victoria Awards.

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Lee Kernaghan

Lee Kernaghan Announced As Ambassador For 2019 Country Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere

In 1982 Lee Kerneghan was crowded Star Maker at the Tamworth Country Music Festival. In 2019 he will have a more business-like role, as Ambassador.

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ARIA charts

ARIA Changes Chart Rules Again

by Paul Cashmere

ARIA will be changing its chart rules as of the end of this week (27 October 2018) to place a greater emphasis on paid subscription streaming.

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

Australian Charts: Paul Kelly Scores His Second No 1 Album for ‘Nature’

by Gavin Ryan

Paul Kelly sees his 24th studio album “Nature” become his second successive No.1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week.

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George Ezra

Australian Charts: George Ezra Spends Five Weeks At No 1 With ‘Shotgun’

by Gavin Ryan

Calling “Shotgun” at the No.1 spot again is George Ezra for a fifth straight week at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio

Noise11 iHeartRadio Expanded Interviews with Bryan Ferry, Disturbed, Mario McNulty, Wreckless Eric, PP Arnold and Nickelback

by Paul Cashmere

This week at iHeartRadio Music News powered by it is our biggest week every with extended interviews from Bryan Ferry, David Draiman of Disturbed, Mario McNulty, the producer of the new edition of David Bowie ‘Never Let Me Down’, Wreckless Eric, PP Arnold and Mike Kroeger of Nickelback.

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David Draiman of Disturbed photo by Tim Cashmere, music news, noise11.com

New Music Releases 19 October 2018

by Gavin Ryan

Major new titles coming this week from: Rufus Du Sol, MØ, Elle King, 2Cellos, Disturbed, Jess Glynne, Richard Ashcroft, Greta Van Fleet, Troy Cassar-Daley (GH), How to Dress Well, Soulfly, Neneh Cherry, The Sea Gypsies, and the Queen biopic soundtrack ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.

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2Cellos Cover AC/DC With Steve Vai And Fleetwood Mac With Elton John

2Cellos second album ‘In2ition’ features an all-star line-up of guests including their mentor Elton John on two tracks and Steve Vai helping them cover AC/DC.

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Elton John. image by Ros O'Gorman
Elton John Finally Adds Melbourne Show

Sir Elton John has added a show for Melbourne on his upcoming Australian tour.

September 10, 2012
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2Cellos Score A Hit From Glee

Glee has sent classical duo 2Cellos into the top 10 of the Billboard Digital Songs chart.

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Elton John. image by Ros O'Gorman
Elton John Releases More Tickets For Melbourne Sold Out Shows

Following the stage setup for Elton John’s show in Melbourne tomorrow night (December 6) extra tickets have just been released for the general public.

December 5, 2011