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Taylor Swift Fearless Taylors Version

Australian Charts: Taylor Swift Is First Act To Have A No 1 Twice With Different Versions of the Same Album

by Gavin Ryan

Taylor Swift debuts at the summit of the ARIA Albums Chart this week with her reworked second album “Fearless (Taylor’s version)”, becoming her eighth No.1 Album in Australia.

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Baker Boy at NIMAs 2019 photo by David Hancock

ANNOUNCEMENT: National Indigenous Music Awards To Return In 2021

by Announcement

The National Indigenous Music Awards are proud to announce that 2021 will see the return of Australia’s biggest First Nations gala music gathering at their traditional home, the Darwin Amphitheatre on August 7. The night will once again be broadcast via NITV and online platforms and incorporate contributions from across the country, building on last year’s record-breaking audience and bringing the magic of the night to the living rooms and phones of all Australians.

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Jimmy Barnes at Red Hot Summer Mornington 2019 photo Noise11.com

Red Hot Summer’s Second Bribie Island Show Sells Out

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Red Hot Summer’s second show in Bribie Island is a sellout a month ahead of the event signaling Australian music fans are getting back into live music.

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Joy McKean

APRA To Honour Country Legend Joy McKean

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Country legend Joy McKean has been announced as the recipient of the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music for 2021.

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Justin Bieber in Sydney

Australian Charts: Justin Bieber ‘Justice’ Is No 1

by Gavin Ryan

Justin Bieber returns to the No.1 spot this week with his sixth album “Justice” for a second week at the top in Australia.

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Jimmy Barnes at Red Hot Summer Mornington 2019 photo Noise11.com

Australian Artists To Play Music From The Home Front ANZAC Shows

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Michael Gudinski’s Music From The Homefront will return to the Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne on April 24 to give Australia more great live Australian music and honor the Mushroom founder.

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Jimmy Barnes at Red Hot Summer

Red Hot Summer Begins To Stimulate Regional Economies

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The Red Hot Summer tour will take place in Western Australia this weekend with the first WA show set for Sandalford Wines in Swan Valley on Saturday.

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Matt Gudinski

Matt Gudinski Named CEO Of Mushroom Group

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Matt Gudinski, the son of Mushroom founder Michael Gudinski, has taken over his father’s role as CEO of the Mushroom Group, effective immediately.

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Xavier Rudd photo by Ros OGorman

Xavier Rudd Has A New Deal and a New Label

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Xavier Rudd will release his 10th album via a new deal with Virgin.

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Skegss Rehearsal

Australian Charts: Skegss Have Australia’s Number One Album

by Gavin Ryan

Australian Charts: Skegss Have Australia’s Number One Album

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Bluesfest 2021

Bluesfest Shutdown Could Cost Over $10m In Losses For The Festival

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Bluesfest is expected to face more than $10 million in losses following the snap decision by the New South Wales government to shutdown the iconic event with less than one days notice.

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Jimmy Barnes at Red Hot Summer Mornington 2019 photo Noise11.com

Queensland Opens Up And Rock Out With Red Hot Summer

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The Brisbane lockdown in Queensland has had a adverse effect on Bluesfest but Queensland Red Hot Summer shows are in full swing.

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Bluesfest 2021

Bluesfest 2021 Cancelled One Day Out of Event

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The Bluesfest music festival in Byron Bay has been cancelled the day before it was due to begin.

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ARIA, music news, noise11.com

Australian Recorded Music Industry Grew 7.3% in 2020

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) says the Australian recorded music sector grew by 7.3% in 2020.

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Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa To Perform At 2021 BRIT Awards

by Music-News.com

Dua Lipa and Griff have been announced as the first performers at the 2021 BRIT Awards.

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Midnight Oil play the Bowl on their Great Circle Tour 2017 Monday 6 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The 2021 APRA Awards Nominations List

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The 2021 APRA Music Awards nominees have been announced with Song of the Year in 2021 spread around Missy Higgins, Tame Impala, Midnight Oil, Amy Shark and Guy Sebastian.

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Bluesfest 2021

Bluesfest To Go Ahead Despite Queensland Covid Outbreak

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Bluesfest will go ahead in Byron Bay this weekend despite the new Brisbane covid clusters.

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Justin Bieber in Sydney photo by Ros O'Gorman, music news, noise11.com

Australian Charts: Justin Bieber ‘Justice’ Is The Number One Album

by Gavin Ryan

Justin Bieber’s sixth studio album called “Justice” becomes his fourth No.1 album in Australia and also his seventh Top 10 entry.

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Michael Gudinski memorial

The Global Industry Celebrates The Legend of Michael Gudinski

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The State Memorial to Mushroom founder Michael Gudinski wasn’t just a farewell. It was a celebration of the industry he helped create.

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Evelyn Richardson of Live Performance Australia

Announcement: Live Performance Australia Welcomes Government Support For Music Industry

by Announcement

Live Performance Australia (LPA), the arts and entertainment industry peak body, welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement today of $125 million in new RISE funding plus an additional $10 million for Support Act.

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Michael Gudinski celebrates 40 years of Mushroom, Photo Ros O'Gorman

ARIA Announces Michael Gudinski Breakthrough Artist Award

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

ARIA has announced it will rename its award for Breakthrough Artist to the Michael Gudinski Breakthrough Artist Award.

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Michael Gudinski photo by Ros OGorman

How To Watch the Michael Gudinski State Memorial

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The music world will honour the life of Michael Gudinski with a State Memorial scheduled for 7:07pm tonight (AEDT) from Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena.

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Linda Ronstadt Sells Her Songs to Irving Azoff

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Linda Ronstadt is the latest artist to sell her recorded music catalogue.

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Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia

Australian Charts: Dua Lipa ‘Future Nostalgia’ Is No 1

by Gavin Ryan

After almost one year of charting, the second Dua Lipa album “Future Nostalgia” climbs back up to No.1 in Australia for a second stay in the top spot.

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Brian Cadd, Kate Ceberano APIA Good Times Tour 2015

APIA Good Times Reveals New Dates For 2021

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The APIA Good Times tour will return to Australian stages on May 13 after being postponed due to Covid in 2020.

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Imagine Dragons, Palace Theatre, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Imagine Dragons Offer $10000 Scholarship

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Bold.org, the scholarship platform committed to fighting student debt through philanthropy, continues its Year of Giving Campaign with a new $10,000 scholarship. For the campaign’s March chapter, Bold.org partners with Grammy-winning band, Imagine Dragons, for a $10,000 Imagine Dragons Origins Scholarship. $2,500 will be awarded to four first generation, refugee or immigrant students in the US.

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Michael Gudinski photo by Ros OGorman

Announcement: Details of the State Memorial for Michael Gudinski

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

The Victorian Government has announced details for the State Memorial for Mushroom founder Michael Gudinski.

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Cheap Trick and ACDC in Germany

Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick About The Day AC/DC Dropped By His House

by Paul Cashmere @paulcashmere

Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen says Angus and Malcolm Young, Bon Scott and Cliff Williams of AC/DC dropped by his house in 1979 and some interesting collaborations that were never officially released happened.

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