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.


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.

Courtney Barnett

Dave Dobbyn

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.

G Flip

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.

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."
Tame Impala

Kevin Parker

Marlon Williams

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.

The Rubens

The Wiggles

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.

Vika & Linda






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