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CubaDupa Street FestivalBorders Opening For Australian & New Zealand Acts
After being forced to play their own backyards over a year, Australian and New Zealand acts can now journey across the Tasman Sea to play. 
Both governments lift border restrictions April 19. Not having to be in two-week quarantine in a hotel will save a six-piece indie band NZ$18,000 ($12,657) – something most would not be able to recoup from touring.
Promoters and venues agree that after enthusiastically supporting local acts only, an element of fatigue is creeping in.
“At this point, audiences do want some variety,” Live Nation NZ managing director Mark Kneebone told Stuff. “And while New Zealand acts will continue to perform and do really well, the chance to bring over Australian acts and bands is great for the industry.”

Joy McKean, Australia's 'Queen of Country,' to Receive Ted Albert Award at 2021 APRAs

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Joy McKean in the 1950s. Courtesy Kirkpatrick Family
Joy McKean, Australia’s “queen of country,” is the 2021 recipient of the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music, one of the highest accolades in the nation's music industry.
It’s a fitting tribute for McKean, who paved the way for generations of homegrown country artists over a career spanning upwards of 70 years.
The trailblazing country singer and songwriter first made her mark in the 1940s and ‘50s, working alongside her sister Heather -- as the McKean Sisters -- and created an enduring partnership in life and music with her husband Slim Dusty, writing many of his most famous songs. She also managed the late country great for more than 50 years, and co-founded the Country Music Association of Australia in 1992.

Joy McKean to Receive Ted Albert Award at 2021 APRAs

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Now aged 91, McKean composed “The Biggest Disappointment, “Ringer from the Top End,” “Walk a Country Mile” and “Indian Pacific,” and did so while touring regional and remote Australia at a time when the perceived role of women was that of home maker.
McKean will be in the room for the presentation during the 2021 APRA Awards, set to take place April 28 in Sydney.
Her contribution to Australian country music “as a pioneering songwriter, bush balladeer, touring performer and artist manager is unparalleled,” reads a statement from APRA.
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Joy McKean
The Ted Albert honor “was most unexpected,” she admits in a statement, “and I thank those who must have nominated me for such consideration by APRA.”

What will she do next? Kylie Minogue makes a secret trip to Perth to taste test new wines

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The pop star's business partner for the venture, Paul Schaafsma, said that joining forces with Kylie was a no-brainer because of her name recognition.
'It is reassuring for someone perhaps scared of buying the wrong wine,' he told The Australian.
Coming soon: According to The West Australian, the pop star, 52, visited Howard Park Wines to taste-test new wines for her label
'Because Kylie is someone they know and understand, they’re more likely to give it a try,' he continued.
'And if we can ensure the wine is really good quality, the right price and stylistically what they’re looking for, they’ll come back again and again.'

The Kid LAROI, Sam Fischer, Dean Lewis and other Aussie stars to perform at 'Music From the Home Front II' | 100.7 MIX-FM | Today's Hit Music


Vance Joy are among the Aussie stars taking part in
Music from the Home Front II, a second installment of a hugely successful Australian concert special that aired and streamed last April.
The event will take place April 24 -- the eve of Australia's national day of remembrance -- and it will be both in-person and streamed.  Vance Joy will appear live onstage in Melbourne, Australia, along with a number of other artists, while The Kid LAROI, Dean Lewis and Sam Fischer's performances will be livestreamed on YouTube starting at 7:30pm Australian time. Unfortunately, that means if you're in the U.S., you'll have to wake up at 5:30 a.m. ET or 2:30 a.m. PT to watch it.

The Kid LAROI, Sam Fischer, Dean Lewis and other Aussie stars to perform at 'Music From the Home Front II'


Vance Joy are among the Aussie stars taking part in
Music from the Home Front II, a second installment of a hugely successful Australian concert special that aired and streamed last April.
The event will take place April 24 -- the eve of Australia's national day of remembrance -- and it will be both in-person and streamed.  Vance Joy will appear live onstage in Melbourne, Australia, along with a number of other artists, while The Kid LAROI, Dean Lewis and Sam Fischer's performances will be livestreamed on YouTube starting at 7:30pm Australian time. Unfortunately, that means if you're in the U.S., you'll have to wake up at 5:30 a.m. ET or 2:30 a.m. PT to watch it.

Music From The Home Front Is Back For A Second Year

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Music From The Home Front Is Back For A Second Year
Michael Gudinski's dream gig is back
Image: Music From The Home Front, supplied
Australia's biggest artists are getting together to play the second Music From The Home Front gig, happening this Anzac Day Eve.
The event is being televised nationally and a live concert at Melbourne's Sidney Myer Music Bowl, with incredible live performances pre-recorder and broadcast on the night.
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Jimmy Barnes, The Rubens, You Am I, Dean Lewis, Amy Shark, Vance Joy, Tina Arena and heaps more in the event, with more to be announced.
Watched by over 1.419 million viewers on Anzac Day 2020,

Australian Artists To Play Music From The Home Front ANZAC Shows

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Australian Artists To Play Music From The Home Front ANZAC Shows
Michael Gudinski’s Music From The Homefront will return to the Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne on April 24 to give Australia more great live Australian music and honor the Mushroom founder.
Jimmy Barnes said, “Working on Music From The Home Front last year with my friend Michael Gudinski was a musical highlight I’ll never forget. I’m thrilled to be asked to perform once again for the televised broadcast this year.”
Michael created the concept and instigated the idea in nine days in 2020 in the middle of the pandemic.

Ed Sheeran tribute song to Michael Gudinski set to be released


Ed Sheeran tribute song to Michael Gudinski set to be released
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Ed Sheeran made headlines last month when he performed touching tribute song to the late Michael Gudinski at his state memorial. 
Now, it's been confirmed that Ed's song, titled Visiting Hours, will be released by the late music legend's label Mushroom Records. 
Michael's son Matt Gudinsk, who has taken over as Mushroom Records' new CEO following his father's passing, told d News Corp on Sunday: 'I believe there’s plans for [Ed's song] to be released in due course. 

Music From the Home Front returns with stellar 2021 line-up

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In one of his most profound achievements, Michael Gudinski pulled together last year’s unique Music From the Home Front concert in nine days.
Uniting musicians from Australia and New Zealand with people at home in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the concert was viewed by close to 1.5 million people. This coming Anzac Day eve Music From the Home Front will be staged again – only this time it will feature a mix of live entertainment from Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl and pre-recorded performances from artists including Jimmy Barnes, Amy Shark, Tina Arena, Vance Joy, Mia Wray, the Rubens, Lime Cordiale, Tash Sultana, Bliss N Eso, Hayley Mary with You Am I, Jerome Farah and Kasey Chambers.

Michael Gudinski's son Matt takes over as CEO of the Mushroom Group

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Mushroom Group announced on Friday that Matt Gudinski will assume the role of CEO of the Mushroom Group, effective immediately.
He moves into the role following the sudden death of his father, Australian music pioneer Michael Gudinski, on March 2.
Matt most recently held the role of Executive Director of Mushroom Group from 2013.
In the eight years following, he and his father worked side by side at the helm of Australia's most powerful independent entertainment group, overseeing more than 250 employees and two dozen companies.
Matt Gudinski said: 'This isn't a role that I expected to assume yet, but I am determined to honour the great legacy my father left.

Matt Gudinski Assumes Role Of CEO Mushroom Group

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Friday, 9 April 2021, 12:27 pm
Mushroom Group today announced that Matt Gudinski will
assume the role of CEO of the Mushroom Group, effective
immediately.
Matt moves into the role following the
sudden passing of his father, Michael Gudinski, on March 2
this year.
Matt most recently held the role of
Executive Director, Mushroom Group from 2013. In the eight
years following, Matt and Michael worked side by side at the
helm of Australia’s most powerful independent
entertainment group, overseeing over 250 employees and two
dozen companies.
Formed in 1972, the Mushroom Group
encompasses touring and events, record labels and artist
services, publishing, merchandising, booking agencies, film

The INXS cover Teskey Brothers were unveiling at Bluesfest

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It was going to be the highlight of the Teskey Brothers show at Bluesfest 2021.
The popular Blues group from Victoria was going to unveil its new cover the Never Tear Us Apart by INXS.
But with the festival cancelled at the last minute by the NSW Government due to a COVID scare imported from Brisbane, the band missed out on playing their version of the song live in Byron Bay.
“Thanks INXS for writing this classic tune,” the band said on YouTube after posting the video.
The Teskey Brothers. Picture: Nick Mckk
In the music video, the band dedicates the cover to the late music executive Michael Gudinski.

Michael Gudinski's son Matt takes over as Mushroom Group CEO

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Matt Gudinski has succeeded his late father Michael as chief executive of Mushroom Group.
The announcement was made on Friday, five weeks after the Australian entertainment icon died suddenly on March 2, aged 68.
Matt, 36, has been executive director of Mushroom Group since 2013, when he was confirmed as his father's successor.
Successor: Matt Gudinski has succeeded his late father Michael as chief executive of Mushroom Group. The announcement was made on Friday, five weeks after the Australian music icon died suddenly on March 2, aged 68. Matt is pictured at his father's state funeral 
He had helped Michael oversee more than 250 employees and two dozen companies.

Matt Gudinski Named CEO of Mushroom Group

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Matt Gudinski
Matt Gudinski will lead Mushroom Group, the independent music giant founded by his late father, Michael Gudinski. With immediate effect, the younger Gudinski assumes the role of CEO of the Melbourne-based group, which boasts over 250 employees and two dozen companies.
Gudinski’s elevation follows the sudden passing of his father on March 2, at the age of 68.
Matt was tapped as successor and presented to the industry as company's future leader some years ago. When Michael Gudinski rebranded the company in 2013 as part of the Mushroom Group’s 40th anniversary celebrations, he promoted Matt to group executive director, a central role that reflected his prominent standing in the company.

Matt Gudinski, son of late music legend Michael Gudinski, appointed CEO of Mushroom Group

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Matt Gudinski, son of late music legend Michael Gudinski, appointed CEO of Mushroom Group
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Mushroom Group announced today that Matt Gudinski, son of late legendary music promoter Michael Gudinski, is moving into the role of CEO of the Mushroom Group, effective immediately.
The 36-year-old is taking the reigns of the Melbourne-based group of companies following the sudden passing of his father, who was 68, on March 2.
In a press release obtained by 9Honey Celebrity, Matt Gudinski said he is "determined to honour the great legacy [his] father left".
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Matt Gudinski is the new CEO of the Mushroom Group, effective immediately. (Mushroom Creative House)

Matt Gudinski assumes role of CEO at Mushroom Group, 'determined to honour the great legacy' left by father Michael Gudinski

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Music Business Worldwide
April 9, 2021
Matt Gudinski
Australia’s Mushroom Group has announced that Matt Gudinski will assume the role of CEO of the Mushroom Group, effective immediately.
Matt most recently held the role of Executive Director, Mushroom Group from 2013.
In the eight years following, Matt and Michael worked side by side at the helm of Australia’s most powerful independent entertainment group, overseeing over 250 employees and two dozen companies.
Formed in 1972, the Mushroom Group encompasses touring and events, record labels and artist services, publishing, merchandising, booking agencies, film and television production, talent management, venues, creative services and a brand agency.

MBW's Weekly Roundup: BMG x KKR, CTM, Universal, Eliah Seton, Matt Gudinski

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Music Business Worldwide
April 9, 2021
Welcome to Music Business Worldwide’s weekly round-up – where we make sure you caught the five biggest stories to hit our headlines over the past seven days. MBW’s round-up is supported by Centtrip, which helps over 500 of the world’s best-selling artists maximise their income and reduce their touring costs.
This week, MBW revealed that BMG and investment giant KKR have jointly committed to spending over $1bn on music copyrights (for starters) via a new deal-hunting partnership.
Meanwhile, speaking of investment funds, Andre de Raaff‘s Netherlands-based CTM has formed a new venture with Dallas-based Outlander Fund with the ambition to invest $1 billion in copyrights over the next five years.

Music Industry Moves: Universal Music Canada Names Kardinal Offishall Senior VP of A&R; Matt Gudinski Upped at Mushroom Group


Music Industry Moves: Universal Music Canada Names Kardinal Offishall Senior VP of A&R; Matt Gudinski Upped at Mushroom Group
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We Are Moving the Needle, which was founded by Grammy winner engineer
Emily Lazar and aims to close the gender gap in the technical fields of the recording industry, has announced new additions to its advisory “SoundBoard.” They include artists Brittany Howard, Vanessa Carlton, Christina Perri, Imogen Heap, and Tune-Yards’ Merrill Garbus, and join previously announced artists Brandi Carlile, Maggie Rogers, HAIM and Linda Perry. Said Carlton: “The gender gap for women on the technical side of music making is jaw dropping. As a mother to a 6-year-old daughter who is already fiddling with mics and writing her own songs, their mission is especially important to me.” See the full list of board members and find additional information on the We Are Moving the Needle site.

Simon Bird shares touching tribute to on-screen dad Paul Ritter

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The Friday Night Dinner star sadly died earlier this week
Author: Alex RossPublished 7 hours ago
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Popular actor Simon Bird has paid a touching tribute to his former co-star and on-screen dad Paul Ritter, following the sad news that he'd passed away at the age of 54 earlier this week.
Simon, who played the role of Paul's on-screen son Adam in the Channel 4 sitcom, took to his co-star Tom Rosenthal's Twitter to pay his respects, with the actor confirming he's not on social media himself.
The message from Tom's account reads, 'Simon’s not on Twitter but wanted to get a message out about Paul so here it is:

Ed Sheeran urges fans to donate to Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal


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He added: 'As a new father, I know how important it is for every child to get access to great health care. The Good Friday Appeal is a wonderful thing.'
'It's now in its 90th year so please donate if you can and spare $5 or $10.'
'Please donate': In a video filmed this week, Ed said: 'As a new father, I know how important it is for every child to get access to great health care. The Good Friday Appeal is a wonderful thing'
Ed and his wife Cherry Seaborn, 28 arrived in Australia along with their daughter Lyra Antarctica, earlier this month.

Dave Graney and Clare Moore Sets First Dates Since Feb 2020

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Dave Graney and Clare Moore Sets First Dates Since Feb 2020
Dave Graney ad Clare Moore are going back on the road to play their first shows in front of real people since February 2020.
Graney and Moore will cover the East Coast states over April and May.
Dave Graney and Clare Moore Dates
Friday April 16th-The Sound Lounge at Merrigong theatre-Wollongong Town Hall.
7:30pm doors.
Sunday April 18th – Dangar Island Bowls. Afternoon show.
Sunday May 2nd – HOWLER in MELBOURNE. This is a Dave Graney and the mistLYevent. 7pm.
Friday 7th May – Pelican Playhouse Grafton
Saturday 8th May – Bellingen Brewing Co (6pm & 9pm) 50 cap per session

Ed Sheeran denies quarantining with actress Julia Roberts in Australia

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Ed Sheeran has denied quarantining with Julia Roberts, following reports the unlikely pair joined forces to 'save money' on their mandatory 14-day isolation in Australia.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported on Sunday that Ed, 30, his wife Cherry Seaborn and their seven-month-old daughter had isolated with Julia, 53, and two friends at the $6,000-per-night Sweven Estate on the Hawkesbury River.
But shortly after the claims were made, a spokesperson for Ed told Daily Mail Australia the story was simply 'not true'.
Never happened: Ed Sheeran has denied quarantining with Julia Roberts, following claims the unlikely duo joined forces to 'save money' on their mandatory 14-day isolation in Australia 

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