MUSIC VICTORIA’S MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS ON NOW!

It not only offers a huge range of discounts and professional development opportunities but it also ensures that Music Victoria can continue to advocate on behalf of our state’s world-renowned music scene. Join here!

New and existing members who renew between 22 and 31 March 2017 will go into the running for a swag of amazing prizes, and are rewarded with 15 new member discounts across the state.

Camp Cope, Kylie Auldist, Jo Syme (Big Scary, Pieater), Rich Stanley (The Tote, Aarght Records), Mathew Rogers (UNIFIED) and James Young (Cherry Bar, Yah Yahs) are amongst those within the Victorian music community who stand behind Music Victoria as an independent, not-for-profit organisation and the state’s peak body for contemporary music.

Music Victoria champions Victorian music through advocacy, professional development, support for our thriving music industry and its people with a loud and clear voice – your voice. From local music lovers to bands, artists to venues, non-profit organisations and professional businesses, all who sign up as a Music Victoria Member are contributing to this collective voice.

Music Victoria cherishes its loyal members who renew each year, but this year it is reaching out beyond ’the usual suspects’, which is the theme of this year’s promotional video.

BOB EVANS ANNOUNCES EXTENSIVE SOLO TOUR W/ EP GIVEAWAY

Bob Evans, the ARIA winning alter ego of Jebediah frontman Kevin Mitchell, has today announced an extensive Australian tour, hitting up capital cities and regional towns across April, May and June, letting fans know he’ll be treating them to a complimentary six track EP, Zeroes To Heroes, of unreleased material for all tickets purchased from his website and online outlets. After the release of his critically acclaimed LP Car Boot Sale, and following a packed out co-headline tour alongside Josh Pyke in late 2016, the Lonesome Highways Tour will kick off at Front Bar in Canberra on April 20, before moving through Newcastle, Central Coast, Katoomba, Sydney, Cronulla, Bulli, Toowoomba, Bellingen, Brisbane, Rye, Melbourne, Geelong, Adelaide, and wrapping in Castlemaine at the Bridge Hotel on June 9.

And what is to be expected from this run of shows? Mitchell hints at what’s in store for excited audiences, “These are all going to be intimate shows so it will be very up close and personal. I’ll be playing songs from across all of my records, a few covers too… I’ll take requests and then screw them up. We’ll all be firm friends by the end of the night.”

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