Time to dig into some local hip hop for a good cause.
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Grinspoon frontman Phil Jamieson and Big Day Out CEO Adam Zammit are bringing Rock N Ride back to Oz in 2014, assembling a crew and undertaking a massive motorbike ride down the east coast to raise funds for headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation. The team are set to ride the 1,500 miles between
To commemorate their new partnership with Australia’s youth mental health foundation headspace, Big Day Out are rebranding the Red Stage as the headspace Stage, which will now be home to four winners of a new band competition launched today. Bands interested in entering the competition, which is now open, are being directed to the official
Grinspoon frontman Phil Jamieson will be among the musicians and personalities that are taking to the road to raise awareness for youth mental health. As reported by triple j, Jamieson will be part of ‘Rock N Ride‘, an initiative by Headspace. ‘Rock N Ride’ will see the likes of Jamieson, Paul Mac, Chris Joannou of