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Michael Gudinski photo by Ros OGorman

Dan Andrews Unveils Michael Gudinski Statue In Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Victorian State Premier Dan Andrews has unveiled a statue to the late Michael Gudinski outside Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne.

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Emma Donovan and Dan Sultan join Archie Roach in the ABC Melbourne Studio Foyer celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Archie Roach album Charcoal Road. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Music Victoria Awards Complete Winners List

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The Music Victoria Awards have been handed out for 2021.

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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard at the J Awards at Howler on Thursday 17 November 2016.

Victoria’s Play On Victoria Comeback Concert 30 October Reveals Its Line-up

by Paul Cashmere

Victoria will welcome back live music on 30 October with 4000 fans attending the Play On Victoria concert at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

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The Blues Train

The Blues Train Is The Latest Victim of #Gladyscluster

by Paul Cashmere

Victoria’s beloved The Blues Train has fallen victim to the #Gladyscluster. All shows for the remainder of 2021 have been cancelled.

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Amyl & The Sniffers

ANNOUNCEMENT: Victorian Venues ‘No QR No Entry’ Policy

by Announcement

Music venues in Victoria have today taken their punters’ safety into their own hands by launching a NO QR, NO ENTRY policy. Initiated by Save Our Scene as a proactive measure to address the concerns of the Department of Health, music venues across Victoria are confirming their COVIDSafe compliance on a registry hosted by Music Victoria.

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Keep The Circle Unbroken

Australian Acts Group for Keep The Circle Unbroken Victorian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

A truckload of Victorian musicians will pop up in places around the state in March for the Keep The Circle Unbroken tour.

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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

Sampa The Great Walks Off With A Stack of Music Victoria Awards

by Paul Cashmere

Sampa The Great has won Music Victoria Awards for Best Song, Best Solo Artist, Best Album and Best Soul Funk Gospel or R&B Album at the 2020 Music Victoria Awards.

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Announcement: Music Victoria Partners With Isol-Aid

by Announcement

This week, the instagram music festival Isol-Aid is rolling out the red carpet to highlight some of Victoria’s finest musicians as it partners with the MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS to present a lineup jam packed with nominees. The awards celebrate the vast achievements of Victoria’s music community over the last year, recognising that despite live music coming to a standstill, there have still been huge achievements by the Victorian music community.

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Music Victoria

Reminder: Stream The Music Victoria Awards Tonight

by Announcement

Tonight! Ahead of the Music Victoria Awards in December, we invite all nominees, families, friends, fans and Music Victoria Members to tune in to the Music Victoria Industry Awards Live Stream!

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Music Victoria

Music Victoria Awards To Live Stream for 2020

by Announcement

Music Victoria is excited to announce a new format for 2020 with their first-ever exclusive online event.

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Music Victoria

Music Victoria Awards Now Open For Submissions

by Announcement

Music Victoria is thrilled to reveal that the 16th annual Music Victoria Awards will return in 2020 during Melbourne Music Week to celebrate the vast achievements of Victoria’s music community over the last year. Despite live music coming to a standstill since COVID-19 restrictions came in place, there have been huge achievements by the Victorian music community.

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Andrew Stockdale, Wolfmother, 2013, Music Bowl, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Hoodoo Gurus, The Angels, Wolfmother Join State of Music Episode 4

by Paul Cashmere

Hoodoo Gurus, The Angels and Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother will join Jane Gazzo at State of Music this Friday.

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Dan Andrews, photo by Ros O'Gorman

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews Closes National Gallery of Victoria and Melbourne Museum

by Paul Cashmere

Victorian Premier Dan Andrews has announced that Melbourne Museum and the National Gallery of Victoria have closed until further notice.

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Victorian State MP Introduces Bill To Name Freeway After TISM

by Tim Cashmere

David Limbrick MP, leader of the Victorian Branch of right-wing Libertarians, The Liberal Democrats, yesterday introduced a bill to State Parliament to rename the Mordialloc Freeway to the TISM Mordialloc Freeway.

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Music Victoria

Announcement: Music Victoria Open Entries for Music Victoria Awards

by Announcement

The Music Victoria Awards is excited to be returning to the Melbourne Recital Centre in November 2019 for its 14th year continuing as one of the most anticipated music industry events on the Melbourne Music Week calendar.

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Cash Savage and the Last Drinks

Brunswick Music Festival reveals 2019 line-up

by Paul Cashmere

The Brunswick Music Festival has revealed its 2019 line-up.

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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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Sisto Malaspina

Daniel Andrews confirms State Funeral for Sisto Malaspina

by Paul Cashmere

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed that there will be a State Funeral for Melbourne icon Sisto Malaspina who was murdered by terrorist Hassan Kalif Shire Ali on Friday afternoon.

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Courtney Barnett performs in the ABC Melbourne Studio Foyer celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Archie Roach album Charcoal Road. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews Backs The Age Music Victoria Awards With $10000 Cash Prize

by Paul Cashmere

The Victorian government is once again leading the Arts community with support for The Age Music Victoria Awards. Premier Daniel Andrews has announced a $10,000 cash prize for Best Victorian Album.

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Ross Hannaford performs with Daddy Cool at the Age Music Victoria Awards on Thursday 19 November 2014. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Age Music Victoria Awards Add New Categories

by Announcement

The Age Music Victoria Awards is back for its 13th year in 2018, with what promises to be their biggest year yet, taking place during Melbourne Music Week in November.

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Victoria Labor

Victorian Government Creates ‘Ticket Cop’ Police Force

by Paul Cashmere

The Australian music industry has had another victory this week in Victoria with the pro-active Dan Andrew’s Labor Government announcing new legislation to create a force of ‘ticket cops’ to enforce the illegal sale tickets at inflated prices.

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Music Victoria

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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Good Music Neighbours

Victorian Government Opens Third Round of Good Neighbours Grants

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The Andrews’ Victorian Government is offering the third round of grants for the Good Neighbours program.

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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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Face The Music

Face The Music Release Program Details

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s Face The Music music conference has released more information about panels and artists for 2016.

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Tempus Sun

Melbourne Music Bank Shortlist To Four Finalists

by Paul Cashmere

Anna Oliphant Wright, Birdhouse, Bloom and Tempus Sun are the four acts competing for the 2016 Melbourne Music Bank prize.

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Melbourne Music Bank

Melbourne Music Bank Voting Closes 5pm Today

by Paul Cashmere

Sunday at 5pm is cut-off time to vote for the Melbourne Music Bank for 2016.

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The Amity Affliction Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Amity Affliction Set For A Heavy Gathering In Gippsland

by Paul Cashmere

The Amity Affliction will headline the brand new music festival ‘Unify: A Heavy Music Gathering’ in Gippsland in January.

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