On an Anzac Day like no other, the Australian and New Zealand music community will join together to pay its respects and celebrate the mateship between two great neighbouring nations. While recognising and acknowledging the Anzac message, we also turn our attention to those that are currently fighting on the COVID-19 front line and say, ‘thank you’.

Music From The Home Front sees Australian and New Zealand musicians uniting for an extraordinary special concert event on Anzac Day evening, screening on Nine in Australia and Three in New Zealand.

Live streaming direct from their safe locations to yours, Australia and New Zealand’s most revered artists will come together to commemorate the spirit that binds us all together on this special Saturday night.


Amy & George Sheppard

AMY & GEORGE SHEPPARD are the unstoppable siblings, along with sister Emma, who are founding members of adored indie pop five-piece Sheppard. Their buoyant mix of strong harmonies and catchy, up-tempo pop have seen the band amass a strong and dedicated following both in Australia and overseas. Their joyous breakthrough single ‘Geronimo’ shot straight to #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart while also going double platinum in the USA and platinum & gold in 35 countries in Europe and beyond. They have followed this up with hits around the world with ‘Coming Home’, ‘Die Young’, ‘Kiss My Fat Arse’, ‘Keep Me Crazy’. Recently the band announced that they’d be releasing a new song each month of 2020; the newest release ‘Come Back’ is out now, and will culminate in an album at the end of the year.

Andrew Farriss

As a founding member and chief songwriter behind one of the biggest and most influential bands to ever come out of Australia – INXS – ANDREW FARRISS’ name is synonymous with a myriad of global smash hits. Farriss is also one of Australia’s most prolific songwriters, having collaborated with the likes of Yothu Yindi, Jenny Morris, Tom Jones, Tania Kernaghan and many more. In recent years, Farriss headed to Nashville, writing with some of country music’s best – a genre which would go on to influence the release of his solo single debuts, Come Midnight, and Good Momma Bad. With his self titled debut album coming out in 2020.
Archie Roach

Archie Roach

With a voice rich with humanity, filled with joy, pain, love and longing, ARCHIE ROACH is one of Australia’s most treasured With a voice rich with humanity, filled with joy, pain, love and longing, ARCHIE ROACH is one of Australia’s most treasured performers. But few have lived as many lives – from stolen child, teenage alcoholic, seeker, lover, father, musical and lyrical genius, to social advocate and First Nations leader – yet it took almost a lifetime to find who he really was. The singer, songwriter and storyteller who’s incredible career in music has been book ended by the stunning ‘Took the Children Away’, the centre-piece of his critically acclaimed 1990 debut album Charcoal Lane, thru to 2019’s opus Tell Me Why which was the companion piece to his best-selling memoir of the same name, Archie Roach has led an extraordinary life. Archie Roach has been widely recognised as one of the most influential artists in Australian music, with multiple ARIA and Deadly award wins, an Order of Australia and so much more. For more than three decades Archie Roach has shared his story with us – and the World is a richer place for it.

Ben Lee

As the chief songwriter in 90s alt-rock group Noise Addict, BEN LEE caught the attention of Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and The Beastie Boys’ Mike D before launching his solo career with the anthemic ‘Cigarettes Will Kill You’ in 1998. Across more than two decades and eleven solo studio albums, the multiple ARIA Award winner and prolific songwriter continues to entertain and inspire fans the world over with songs like ‘We’re All In This Together’, ‘Catch My Disease’ and ‘Rise Up’.
With West Australian Symphony Orchestra

Birds of Tokyo

BIRDS OF TOKYO have grown from independent roots to become one of Australia’s most popular rock bands. Eleven separate tracks from the band’s six acclaimed studio albums have featured on triple j’s Hottest 100 countdowns over the years, and they are the only band to win ‘Rock Work Of The Year’ on five separate occasions at the APRA Awards. Songs like ‘Plans’, ‘Lanterns’ and ‘Anchor’ have been performed on festival stages and at sold-out shows across the world. Their new album Human Design featuring hit singles ‘Good Lord’, ‘Two Of Us’, ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘The Greatest Mistakes’ is released this week.

Bliss N Eso

BLISS N ESO are a multi Platinum selling, ARIA Award winning Australian hip hop outfit, with their three most-recently released studio albums all debuting at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart. Their exhilarating blend of fluid rhymes and banging beats teamed with beatboxing, impromptu freestyling and seamless turntablism make their live shows a brand in their own right, and has seen the group hailed as one of Australia’s biggest local touring artists of the last decade. Tracks like ‘My Life (ft. Ceekay Jones)’, ‘Moments (ft. Gavin James)’ ‘Addicted’ and ‘Reflections’ have cemented Bliss N Eso’s position as heavyweights in both the local and international hip hop scene.

Colin Hay

As the main songwriter and frontman of Men at Work, COLIN HAY is responsible for a masterful collection of music – including Australia’s unofficial national anthem of course, ‘Down Under’. Hay (born in Scotland, the singer moving here in 1967) formed his band Men at Work back in 1979, the group defining the sound of the era before their eventual split in 1986. Now sitting in the unprecedented place of having both ’80s fame and indie credibility across the globe thanks to his rich solo output, Hay’s latest listen is 2017’s Fierce Mercy, recorded in LA with a team of top-notch Nashville talents. Ringo Starr just recorded a Colin penned song “What’s My Name” for his latest release. Colin recently received the Distinguished Services Award from APRA/AMCOS and will have a yet to be titled new album out later this year.

Courtney Barnett

Melbourne-based singer-songwriter COURTNEY BARNETT’s garage rock-infused folk-pop style has made her both a critical and cult success around the world, with six ARIA Awards, APRA Songwriter of the Year Award, two AIR Awards and a ‘Best New Artist’ Grammy nomination under her belt. Courtney’s debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit (‘Pedestrian at Best’, ‘Depreston’) and its follow-up Tell Me How You Really Feel (‘Nameless, Faceless’, ‘Need A Little Time’) have both received widespread acclaim both in Australia and internationally.

Crowded House

Led by singer, songwriter and guitarist Neil Finn and bassist Nick Seymour, CROWDED HOUSE is one of the world’s most acclaimed bands, their music the soundtrack to our lives: ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, ‘Fall At Your Feet’, ‘Weather With You’, ‘It’s Only Natural’. Formed back in 1985 after Finn’s exit from Split Enz, Crowded House’s enduring legacy includes 26x Platinum albums in Australia and seven x Top 50 Albums in New Zealand, including the band’s 1986 self-titled debut to 1991’s Woodface and 2010’s Intruiger. After being on hiatus for several years, Crowded House are back, Finn and Seymour joined by Mitchell Froom (who produced their first three LPs) plus Liam and Elroy Finn.

Dave Dobbyn

DAVE DOBBYN has written the soundtrack to Kiwi lives, with a string of hits that have guaranteed his enduring popularity, including ‘Be Mine Tonight’, ‘You Oughta Be In Love’, ‘Slice Of Heaven’, ‘Loyal’ and ‘Welcome Home’. In a career that has spanned four decades, Dobbyn has become New Zealand’s most celebrated songwriter and musician. He has won more New Zealand Music Awards (29) than any other artist and holds the record for the most songwriting awards. He has been inducted into the NZ Hall of Fame as a solo artist and with his first band ‘Th’Dudes.
Dean Lewis

Dean Lewis

DEAN LEWIS first came to the world’s attention with his 6x Platinum 2016 single ‘Waves’. Last year, Lewis released his much-anticipated debut A Place We Knew which claimed the #1 spot on the ARIA Album Chart, was triple j’s Feature Album, and saw him take away ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Best Male Artist’ at the 2019 ARIA Awards. The Platinum album features the smash hit ‘Be Alright’ which has reached 1.7 billion streams globally, and hit 8x Platinum in Australia and surpassed Platinum sales in 22 other countries. Lewis’ incredible songwriting talent was celebrated at the 2019 APRA Awards where he received awards for ‘Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year’ and ‘Outstanding International Achievement’.

Delta Goodrem

DELTA GOODREM’s inherent gift for touching hearts and captivating audiences through the power of her music, lyrics and stunning vocals has made her one of Australia’s most beloved performers. Throughout her career Delta has sold over eight million albums globally in a career beginning with her 15x Platinum debut album Innocent Eyes (‘Born To Try’, ‘Lost Without You’, ‘Predictable’) through to her most recent #1 album Wings of the Wild (‘Wings’, ‘Dear Life’). Her impeccable talent to perform and connect has seen Delta earn 23x Platinum sales, four #1 albums, nine #1 singles, 17 top 10 hits, 16 ARIA Awards, a Silver Logie Award and three World Music Awards.


With blues music in his DNA, an influence largely from his father’s record collection, DIESEL has blended styles to come up with a truly unique sound, punctuated with his distinct guitar playing and vocals. Across his career, Diesel has been awarded an impressive six ARIA Awards, including ‘Best Male Artist’ three years in a row. After celebrating 30 years in the industry in 2018 with his 30: The Greatest Hits album (‘Tip Of My Tongue’, ‘Never Miss Your Water’, ‘Dig’) and an accompanying Give Me Saturday Night Tour, Diesel is soon to announce the Sunset Suburbia album for release this August featuring tracks ‘By The Scars’ and ‘In Reverse’.


5x ARIA-nominated band DMA’S made their debut with the Platinum-selling single ‘Delete’, going on to release two huge albums in 2016’s Hills End and 2018’s For Now to widespread acclaim. The Sydney trio are set for another smash hit with the release of album #3 The Glow, due out 10 July via I OH YOU. DMA’S scored their second Platinum single with their much-loved cover of Cher’s ‘Believe’, which quickly became triple j’s highest charting ‘Like A Version’ cover of all time. The band have performed at Coachella, Lollapalooza and Splendour In The Grass; and the UK can’t get enough of them either, with the band recently selling out the 5,000 capacity Brixton Academy. Catch a glimpse of DMA’S live with this clip of ‘Silver’.

Emma Donovan

EMMA DONOVAN is an acclaimed Indigenous Australian singer and songwriter best known for her work with soul bands, The Putbacks and The Black Arm Band project. She has also toured and recorded with Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter, Spinifex Gum, Christine Anu, Yothu Yindi, Jimmy Little and Paul Kelly among others. On her mother’s side, Emma is part of the famed Donovan family of singers of the Gumbaynggirr people, of what is now known as Northern New South Wales. On her father’s side, Emma is of the Yamatji people, of what is now known as Western Australia.

G Flip

Melbourne singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist G FLIP has risen from bedroom producer to headline highlight in just a couple of short years. Her ever-expanding catalogue of alternative pop gems have racked up more than 85 million streams, including Platinum-certified hits ‘Killing My Time’ and ‘Drink Too Much’ and the Gold-certified song that started it all 'About You'. G Flip has toured the world multiple times, sold out five Australian headline tours and dominated festival stages at Splendour In The Grass, Lollapalooza and Groovin’ The Moo, scoring praise from fans, critics and tastemakers globally in the process.

Guy Sebastian

GUY SEBASTIAN is the only Australian artist in ARIA chart history to boast six #1 singles and two #1 albums, selling over 7 million albums worldwide in the process. His unparalleled talents that are showcased in hits like ‘Battle Scars’, ‘Choir’ and ‘Before I Go’. Guy’s soulful and powerful voice, honest lyrics and sincerity have earned him a dedicated fanbase both in Australia and internationally since first bursting onto our TV screens in 2003. The six-time ARIA Award winner has performed for Queen Elizabeth II, Pope Benedict XVI and Oprah Winfrey, and last year was awarded the Order of Australia for his contributions to the arts and community.

Ian Moss

IAN MOSS is revered as one the country’s greatest guitarists and, both as part of Cold Chisel and in his solo career, has written songs that are engrained in and reflective of Australia’s rich cultural history. Last summer, Mossy celebrated the 30th anniversary of his iconic debut album Matchbook by taking it on the road for a six-week run of shows across Australia. Mossy collected an impressive five gongs at the 1990 ARIA Awards for Matchbook and its lead single ‘Tucker’s Daughter’, and was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame as a member of Cold Chisel in 1993.
Jack River

Jack River

In the formative years of her career, JACK RIVER has already established a clear precedent for crafting meticulous, deep and shimmering worlds to draw listeners in, inviting them to join her in exploring elements of the human condition: hope, grief, joy, fear, love. Audiences have bought a ticket and come along for the ride: ‘Fool’s Gold’, the first single from her debut record Sugar Mountain, has gone platinum and ‘Confess’, a follow up single from the record also went gold; she’s sold out shows across Australia, and taken to stages at the country’s biggest music festivals. At the 2018 ARIA Awards she earned nominations for ‘Breakthrough Artist’, ‘Pop Album’ and ‘Engineer of the Year’, while in 2019 ‘Sugar’, her Gold-selling single with dance duo Peking Duk, was a contender for ‘Best Dance Release’.
James Morrison

James Morrison

A true virtuoso. Given his first instrument at the age of six, JAMES MORRISON began a musical journey that would see him become one of Australia’s most talented players. Besides the trumpet, this multi-instrumentalist also plays trombone, euphonium, flugel horn, tuba, saxophones, double bass and piano. Awarded a medal of The Order of Australia amongst other accolades, Morrison’s diverse, rich career has seen him play with all-time greats; performing at the Monterey Jazz Festival at just 16; playing for international presidents and royalty; performing with the world’s biggest orchestras and much more. The latest chapter in a career so rich and varied sees James in Mount Gambier, South Australia, establishing the James Morrison Academy of Music, an innovative school dedicated to teaching jazz. James Morrison shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.

James Reyne

JAMES REYNE has a celebrated musical history, with 19 x Top 40 hits throughout his career, both solo and out front of the legendary band Australian Crawl. This July, Reyne will deliver his 12th studio album: Toon Town Lullaby sees Reyne focused firmly on the future, with its lead single out now. The singer behind iconic hits such as ‘The Boys Light Up’, ‘Reckless’, ‘Slave’, ‘Fall Of Rome’ and ‘Hammerhead’ was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 1996, honouring his prestigious 40+ year career. Four decades after the release of his first album, James Reyne remains as defiant as ever.
Jess Hitchcock

Jess Hitchcock

JESS HITCHCOCK’s award-winning songwriting takes you on a journey through love, loss and self-discovery. In her highly-anticipated album Bloodline, Hitchcock draws inspiration from her Saibai Torres Strait Island and Papua New Guinean roots, mixing the sweet sounds of her ukulele with mesmerising vocals. The acclaimed opera singer and songwriter performed at Eurovision in 2019, singing back-up vocals for Australia’s contestant Kate Miller-Heidke. Hitchock’s charismatic stage presence and captivating performances draw on over 20 years of musical experience.

Jimmy Barnes

JIMMY BARNES is the heart and soul of Australian rock’n’roll. He has been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame twice, sold over 13 million albums, scored 16 #1 albums on the ARIA Charts, a feat that not even The Beatles have achieved. For more than 40 years, Barnesy has delivered some of our most intense and iconic live performances, with anthems like ‘Working Class Man’, ‘Shutting Down Our Town’ and ‘No Second Prize’ rocking pubs, arenas and stadiums across the globe. His bestselling memoirs have sold more than 400,000 copies and won the ABIA’s Biography Book of the Year Award in 2017 and 2018 – the only Australian author to do so twice."
John Schumann & the Vagabond Crew
& the Vagabond Crew

John Schumann

South Australian singer-songwriter JOHN SCHUMANN holds a distinguished place in the Australian music industry. He is the lead singer of folk-rock band Redgum, the songwriter of the Vietnam veterans’ anthem ‘I Was Only 19 (A Walk in the Light Green)’, and most recently, the ringleader of John Schumann & The Vagabond Crew. Among his many accolades, Schumann is the recipient of the Order of Australia, and his lyrics are on reading lists in schools, colleges and universities throughout Australia. The Vagabond Crew is a community of like-minded musicians, a combination of mates and people that Schumann and David Minear admire for their contribution to Australia’s musical heritage.
Jon Stevens

Jon Stevens

JON STEVENS is recognised as one of the most talented rock musicians to emerge from Australia in recent memory. He has had phenomenal success as a solo artist, and was also the lead singer of major rock acts Noiseworks, INXS and Dead Daisies. Stevens’ career has gone from strength-to-strength: he released a record-smashing debut at age 16 with two consecutive #1 singles (‘Montego Bay’, ‘Jezebel’) in his New Zealand homeland, enjoyed huge hits and Platinum record sales in Australia as the lead singer of Noiseworks (‘Take Me Back’, ‘Touch’, ‘Hot Chilli Woman’), and received critical acclaim for his performances in two different Australian productions of Jesus Christ Superstar (1992, 2013).

Kate Ceberano

KATE CEBERANO found fame with her band I’m Talking, the group’s Platinum-selling album including 3 x Top Ten singles and securing Kate a spot in Aussie music history. With 3 x ARIA Awards, a Logie, two People’s Choice Awards and 7 x nominations for the ARIA Best Female Artist, Kate is Australian entertainment royalty. In her 30+ year career, Kate has released 23 albums, performed in the stage productions of “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “South Pacific”, had her own tonight show on the ABC, won “Dancing with the Stars” and curated the Adelaide Cabaret Festival to name just a few of her multitude of milestones.
Tame Impala

Kevin Parker

KEVIN PARKER is the legendary psych-rock phenomenon TAME IMPALA who recently released his much-anticipated album The Slow Rush and claimed the #1 spot on triple j’s Hottest 100 of the Decade with ‘The Less I Know The Better’. Songs like ‘Let It Happen’, ‘Elephant’ and ‘Borderline’ have earned him two Grammy nominations, eight ARIA Awards, a BRIT Award and headline Coachella and Glastonbury. A highly respected and in-demand record producer, Parker has worked with some of music’s biggest names including Mark Ronson, Lady Gaga, and Kanye West.

Lee Kernaghan

The love that LEE KERNAGHAN has for the Australian way of life features throughout his revered songbook, and he has seen him make a huge impact on the local country music scene. Kernaghan is the recipient of a whopping thirty-eight Golden Guitar Awards, has dominated the charts with successive hit albums and tracks like ‘Backroad Nation’, ‘Boys From The Bush’ and ‘Spirit of the Anzacs’, and in 2008 he was awarded Australian Of The Year in recognition of his support of rural and regional Australia.
Lime Cordiale

Lime Cordiale

LIME CORDIALE’s infectious performances and genuine interactions with their fans have made them one of Australia’s buzziest. It’s a fact that was reflected in the 2019 triple j Hottest 100, where they were the only act to have four songs (‘Robbery’, ‘Inappropriate Behaviour’, ‘Money’ and their ‘I Touch Myself’ Like A Version) featured in the top 40. It’s been an incredible start to 2020 for the Sydney duo but the brothers would be quick to tell you that it’s been a long way to the top. Over eleven years, three EPs and one album, the boys have over 100k followers on Instagram and are playing to wildly enthusiastic crowds across Australia and overseas.
Mahalia Barnes

Mahalia Barnes

MAHALIA BARNES has been in and around music her entire life. Throughout her childhood years she was exposed to everything from Ray Charles, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett to Ike + Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Donny Hathaway and Stevie Wonder, all of which helped shape her into the powerhouse soul and blues vocalist that has jaws dropping every time she picks up a mic. Mahalia and her band, The Soul Mates, have released three albums and consistently play to capacity crowds around the country.

Mark Seymour

The renowned ARIA-winning former frontman of seminal Australian band Hunters & Collectors, MARK SEYMOUR is one of our country’s most gifted and respected musicians. For over 30 years Seymour has delivered classics that immediately etched their way into our national consciousness, tracks such as ‘Holy Grail’, ‘When The River Runs Dry’, and the absolute classic ‘Throw Your Arms Around Me’. As well as 13 Hunters & Collectors albums, Mark has released seven solo albums and three with current band The Undertow, with a new album ‘Slow Dawn’ to be released 29th May. He is also the author of the biography Thirteen Tonne Theory.

Marlon Williams

One of New Zealand’s most alluring and arresting performers, MARLON WILLIAMS has captivated audiences around the world, plucking at our collective heartstrings with tracks like ‘What’s Chasing You’, ‘Beautiful Dress’ and ‘Dark Child’. The crooner has duetted with Florence Welch, Lorde and Courtney Barnett, sold out global tours in support of his second album Make Way For Love, won New Zealand Music Awards for Album of the Year (Make Way For Love) and Best Solo Artist, and was the 2018 recipient of the prestigious APRA Silver Scroll for his song ‘Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore (feat. Aldous Harding)’

Missy Higgins

MISSY HIGGINS’ striking voice, irresistible melodies and ‘arrow through the heart’ lyrics have earned her acclaim and love from fans and critics alike. Our first introduction to Missy came in the form of her phenomenally successful nine-times Platinum debut The Sound of White (‘Scar’, ‘Ten Days’, ‘The Special Two’). In the years since, Missy has topped the charts five times, received nine ARIA Awards and sold more than two million albums globally. Missy kicked off 2020 by releasing a brand new single ‘Carry You’, written by Tim Minchin for his TV show Upright.

Paul Kelly

PAUL KELLY is one of Australia’s greatest and most enduring storytellers. His twenty-five studio albums, bounty of soundtracks, live albums and compilations, and songs like ‘To Her Door’, ‘Dumb Things’ and ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’, have helped to both shape and celebrate modern Australia. Kelly was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 1997.


Ruel’s 2018 debut READY introduced the world to the then 15-year-old’s songwriting talent and swiftly captivated a devoted fanbase. Beginning to play guitar at the age of 8, Ruel quickly started to write songs, inspired by the likes of Amy Winehouse, Stevie Wonder, Dave Brubeck, Frank Ocean and James Blake – not your average list of influences for a kid hailing from beachside Sydney. Fast-forward to present day and in just under 18-months, the musical prodigy has become the youngest male to sell out the iconic Sydney Opera House (twice!), received co-signs from the likes of Shawn Mendes, Khalid, SG Lewis, Zane Lowe, Elton John and go-to collaborator M-Phazes, and has sold out headlining shows across the world. Ruel became the youngest recipient of an ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year while amassing more than 300 million combined global streams across a string of memorable singles including ‘Don’t Tell Me’, ‘Younger’, ‘Not Thinkin’ Bout You’, ‘Dazed and Confused’, and ‘Painkiller’. Not showing any signs of slowing down, Ruel released his FREE TIME EP including the tracks ‘Face to Face’ and ‘Real Thing’, and embarked on his biggest world tour yet.

Shane Howard

A founding member of the legendary Australian rock band Goanna (‘Solid Rock’, ‘Razor’s Edge’), SHANE HOWARD has played for Prime Ministers, Aboriginal Elders and environmental campaigners, from concert halls to protest sites and remote campfires. He has been a guest artist for Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Carole King, among others. In 2000, Howard was awarded a Fellowship by the Australia Council for the Arts in recognition of his contribution to Australian musical life - a contribution showcased in songs like ‘Don’t Give Up On Us’, ‘Come Down Moses’ and ‘Back In Time’.

The Rubens

Since striking their first musical notes in 2012, THE RUBENS have toured with the likes of P!NK and Bruce Springsteen, picked up a J Award and two APRA Awards, and claimed the coveted #1 spot on triple j’s Hottest 100 in 2015 with ‘Hoops’. The past twelve months have proven to be the band’s most jam-packed yet, seeing them travel across the globe for headline shows, rock the Splendour In The Grass main stage, perform and release their MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne album, launch their Chucka Buckas initiative and bunker down to write new music. The first taste of their new tunes came earlier this week in the form of ‘Heavy Weather’, a track positively bursting with colossal hooks.

The Wiggles

Since their inception in 1991, THE WIGGLES have set records and established themselves as the world’s number one children’s entertainment group. The colourful foursome have entertained, engaged and educated children across the globe with hits like ‘Rock-a-bye Your Bear’ and ‘Hot Potato’. They have sold over 30 million albums and DVDs, 8 million books, as well as accumulating over 1.3 billion YouTube views and over 750 million music streams. The Wiggles have earned 18 Gold, 13 Platinum, three double-platinum and 10 multi-Platinum awards, have been awarded 13 ARIA Awards for Best Children’s Album and were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2011.

Tim Minchin

TIM MINCHIN is an acclaimed songwriter, comedian, pianist, actor, composer, and writer. His musical comedy has toured across the globe, garnering critical acclaim including five Helpmann Awards and awards from Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe. Minchin’s contributions to theatre include writing the music and lyrics for the critically-acclaimed musical adaptation of Matilda, which won seven Olivier Awards and five Tony Awards. Minchin then set to work on a musical adaptation of Groundhog Day, which received an Olivier Award for Best New Musical. Earlier this year, Minchin was awarded the Order of Australia. Tim is currently producing and starring in a new eight-part FOXTEL TV series called Upright.
Tones And I

Tones And I

After what was categorically a phenomenal 2019 for TONES AND I, the Aussie artist has kicked yet another massive goal this year with her global hit song, ‘Dance Monkey’. The songwriter's 2019-released song, which spent 24 weeks at the top of the ARIA charts, hit #1 in over 30 countries, is 10x platinum in Australia, triple platinum in the UK, double platinum in USA, is now the most streamed song ever by a female artist on Spotify. Having ticked over 7 billion streams across all streaming platforms, ‘Dance Monkey’ has had over 1 million iTunes downloads, over 300 million streams on Apple Music, reached over 1.4 billion streams on Spotify, plus Tones And I has recently surpassed over 3 million subscribers on YouTube as well as having over 1 billion views on all of her YouTube videos – unheard of for an artist this young in to their career. Tones was the most nominated artist at the 2019 ARIA Awards, taking home four of her eight nominations, and is up for four awards at the 2020 APRAs. Her new singles ‘Bad Child’ and ‘Can’t Be Happy All The Time’ are already climbing charts globally.
Troy Cassar-Daley

Troy Cassar-Daley

TROY CASSAR-DALEY has released ten studio albums throughout his thirty years of making music. He comes from a long line of storytellers and shares his musicianship with so many artists across different styles of music. His passion to pen stories about this land and what lies at the heart of it has been a driving force in his career. Troy has been awarded numerous accolades including 37 Golden Guitars, 4 ARIAs, 2 APRA Country Song of the Year Awards (‘Everything’s Going To Be Alright’, ‘Big Big Love’) and 9 Deadlys. He has had numerous Gold and Platinum-certified albums and in 2017 was the 50th inductee into the prestigious Australian Roll of Renown.

Vance Joy

First introduced to the world via the instant classic ‘Riptide’, VANCE JOY has cemented himself as one of the country’s most-loved songwriters with his debut album Dream Your Life Away (‘Mess Is Mine’, ‘Georgia’, ‘Fire And The Flood’) and its follow-up Nation of Two (‘Lay It On Me’, ‘We’re Going Home’, ‘Saturday Sun’) Bringing together a unique, charming mix of folk music with pop influences, his songs capture the familiar pulse of everyday experiences in a unique and celebratory manner.

Vera Blue

VERA BLUE (Celia Pavey) is one of a kind. Writing her very first song at just 16, the triple j favourite is a regular on the festival scene and sells out venues across the country. Her first album Perennial debuted #6 on the ARIA Album Chart and amassed 6 x ARIA platinum singles, a triple j Album of the Year nomination, and an ARIA Award Nomination. Vera Blue’s collaborations include 3x ARIA Platinum single ‘Papercuts’ with Illy, and latest ARIA Gold single ‘Rushing Back’ with Flume, whom last year she accompanied on his world-wide tour. Vera Blue’s extraordinary vocal and songwriting abilities saw her songs hit the pointy end of triple j’s Hottest 100 consistently with her 2x Platinum hit single ‘Regular Touch’ reaching #15.

Vika & Linda Bull

For 35 years, the glorious voices of VIKA & LINDA BULL have comprised one of the most distinctive, versatile and emotionally charged sounds on the Australian music landscape. Since their multi-platinum conquest of pop radio with the Black Sorrows in the late 1980s, the sisters have forged diverse pathways into soul, gospel, rock, country and the island music of their Tongan ancestry.
Vince Harder

Vince Harder

VINCE HARDER is an RNB/pop artist and producer, hailing from Auckland, New Zealand. A frequent P Money collaborator, Vince is a superstar in the making. He featured on and co-wrote P-Money’s hit single ‘Everything’ which claimed the #1 spot on the NZ Singles Chart. His singles ‘Strobe Light’ and ‘Lyrical Love’ followed, both receiving significant success and critical acclaim. One to watch on the live stage, he has toured with the likes of Kanye West, Nas, Sam Sparro, The Veronicas and Fatboy Slim. Vince kicked off the new year by releasing a brand new song ‘Signs’ last month.

William Barton

WILLIAM BARTON is a composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, widely recognised as one of Australia's leading didgeridoo players and composers. For two decades, Barton has forged a peerless profile as a performer and composer in the classical musical world. Barton was the 2018 recipient of Best Original Score for a Mainstage Production at the Sydney Theatre Awards and received the 2012 ARIA Award for Best Classical Album. With his prodigious musicality and the quiet conviction of his Kalkadunga heritage, he has vastly expanded the horizons of the didgeridoo — and the culture and landscape that it represents.







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