SOUND ADVICE: Support Act Crisis Relief Info Session - MusicNSW

Support Act is offering Crisis Relief Cash Grants to musicians and music industry workers rocked by a loss of income due to rolling pandemic lockdowns.

In a special lunch break edition of SOUND ADVICE, we're going to help you take advantage of this opportunity with an online information and Q&A session about who's eligible and what you need to do to apply. 

Our very own Laura Murdoch will be speaking with Support Act's National Welfare Coordinator Anne Jacobs to go through the application question-by-question and will give you a heads up on what you need to gather for the application. 

We'll wrap up the session with a Q&A so get your questions ready and we’ll get to as many as we can!

Register your attendance below and tune in on Tuesday 3rd of August at 1pm via Crowdcast.


1 - 2PM Tuesday 3 August


FREE with registration

Sound Advice is proudly supported by
Create NSW and APRA AMCOS.

The staff of MusicNSW lives and works on the stolen land of the Gadigal, Djiringanj, Walbanga, Wandianian and Wiradjuri people, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be.


Anne has been a music lover all her life, from waking up early to see the latest clips on rage as a child, to attending gigs and festivals, enjoying all that the Melbourne music scene has to offer. She is thrilled to be working for Support Act, an organisation that combines her passions – people and music. Anne also performs as her alter ego, Frenchie Rebelle, in the girl group, The Rebelles.

Anne has a Masters of Social Work, and brings over 10 years of experience to this role. She has worked across crisis support, community health, housing support and homelessness, and has a special interest in trauma informed care.