A real humdinger of a lineup has been announced.
“This is not just unfair, it is a threat to the artistic mob.”
In honour of International Women’s Day.
All bow down to Kween Tina.
Briggs, Dan Sultan & Jessica Mauboy win big!
With only a week left until the 2014 ARIA Awards get underway, the awards ceremony has added to the list of acts performing at The Star in Sydney. Neil Finn and Paul Kelly, Dan Sultan, Jessica Mauboy, and the Melbourne Ska Orchestra will all take the stage, along with English boy band One Direction. ARIA
Dan Sultan has swept up at the year’s National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) in Darwin nabbing an impressive three wins, while singer Jessica Mauboy and rapper Briggs also came away with awards. Melbourne rocker Sultan dominated the award ceremony, with his latest record Blackbird deemed the National Album of the Year. Its single The Same
The nominations for the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) have been announced, lead by Melbourne blues rocker Dan Sultan who’s up for a total of five awards. Also acknowledged is singer Jessica Mauboy and musician Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu. Sultan, Mauboy and Gurrumul Yunupingu are all up for National Artist of the Year against singer/songwriter Shellie
Europe’s shimmering annual music competition this year expanded its borders, with Australian pop star Jessica Mauboy taking centre stage at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, as a tribute to our country’s dedicated love for the kitschy, global television event. Performing for an audience of about 125 million people worldwide, Mauboy performed her song Sea of
The sublime Melbourne Zoo Twilights programme returns in 2014, with a lineup of international and local artists spanning pop to rock to soul, set to make it the program’s biggest year yet. In 2014 the Zoo will play host to the likes of Neko Case, Xavier Rudd, Josh Pyke and more! The fourteen shows will
Australia’s National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) has announced the finalists in the running for 2011’s accolades, with Gurrumul, Dan Sultan and Jessica Mauboy the notable names among the nominees. Gurrumul Yunupingu is up for Song of the Year for both Gathu Mawala and Mala Rrakala – he is up against competition from Stiff Gins, Leah
Nominations have opened for the inaugural National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA), which will be held in Darwin in August. The Australian music industry is being pressed for nominations in categories such as Best Act, Best Album, Best Song and New Talent of the Year, according to MusicNSW. The new awards are designed to recognise excellence