Activist group LISTEN has called Noble’s comments “aggressive”.
This is absolutely wild.
The industry veteran is as outspoken as he is insightful.
“I just can’t think of a braver act by a band”
“Don’t feel threatened because we’re going to put some rap on.”
Melbourne’s eighth annual Face The Music conference just got a whole new list of speakers for 2015, including internationally renowned producer M-Phazes (pictured), Bluesfest Director Peter Noble and Rolling Stone‘s Australian Editor-in-Chief Mathew Coyte. Other speakers added to Face The Music’s lineup today include Sophie Miles of Australian independent record label and touring company Mistletone
Byron Bay Bluesfest chief Peter Noble has given a more promising forecast for the Australian festival market than most are used to hearing, recently telling The Music that not only is his popular blues and roots event going strong, but that many other promoters also have reason to smile. “We’ve done pretty well pretty much
Splendour in the Grass continues to meet opposition from locals, including Bluesfest director Peter Noble, as the festival attempts to return to Byron Bay.