The Mix: Regional Music Industry Networking - MusicNSW

Connect with fellow artists and industry in this interactive session designed to foster collaborations and expand your network across regional NSW. 

This session will include five breakout rooms. You can join the breakout session for your area to connect with people in your region, or join another room to find out what’s happening in regions you want to tour. 

Come away with: 

  • An expanded network within the regional NSW music industry, including fellow touring artists and people that can help you tour to new areas.
  • Effective networking strategies and tools for building and maintaining industry relationships.

This is part of our series Sound Advice: Regional Touring Panels, Talks and Masterclasses. Regional artists and industry, whether you want to build your fanbase, secure that coveted festival slot, or master the art of radio pitching, join our industry experts as we delve into regional touring.

Aimee Volkofsky

Media maker, community organiser, and musician

Aimee Volkofsky is a media maker, community organiser, and musician based in Broken Hill, on Wilyakali country, far west New South Wales. She left her Silver City childhood home for the cities to study and work, spent 13 years with the ABC all over Australia, developing a love of storytelling and community. She splits her time between media and film making, community event organising, and making music of her own.

Kane Dennelly

Coach, Director of Orphan Music Australia

Kane Dennelly has worked in the music industry for nearly 20 years as frontman of independent national touring act 19-Twenty, a one-on-one coach for independent bands in Australia and director of Orphan Music Australia, an events and booking company responsible for Jamberoo Music Festival, Moruya Blues and Roots Festival, Blues and Brews Bulli and single headline act events booking names such as Thirsty Merc, Dragon, Ash Grunwald and Nathan Cavaleri.

Kelly Brouhaha


Kelly Brouhaha is a powerhouse vocalist, transversing the lines of folk, country, blues, soul & jazz. Likened to the Eva Cassidys and Linda Ronstadt's of the world, this is an artist whose unique style cannot be put into a box. From big blues to soulful country, it is music that is real and raw and vulnerable.

Sara-Jayne Prince

Events manager, photographer, music promoter and artist manager 

Sara-Jayne Prince is an events manager, photographer, music promoter and artist manager working and residing on beautiful Gumbaynggirr/Dunghutti country. Her business Archive Mid North Coast (est. 2021) aims to provide opportunities for local and touring artists through unique creative events that run between Coffs Harbour and the Nambucca Valley. More recently, Sara has taken up artist management.

Nathan Lamont


Dynamic singer-songwriter and proud Wiradjuri man Nathan Lamont continues his rise as one of the most exciting new acts in the Australian country music landscape with the release of his third single, I'm Calling Shotgun. Since releasing his debut single in 2023, Nathan has been announced as a finalist in the APRA AMCOS Professional Development Awards and was also a Top 10 finalist in prestigious country music competition, Toyota Star Maker.

MusicNSW is working across the state to increase contemporary music touring, expand artists and industry networks, and build on existing industry knowledge in regional NSW. As part of our Sound Advice program, we are delivering six workshops to share best practices for touring regional NSW with emerging musicians and industry. To stay up to date with upcoming sessions, sign up to our newsletter.

MusicNSW pays respect to Elders past and present, and extend those respects to the First Nations peoples of NSW and beyond. Always was, always will be.

MusicNSW is supported by Create NSW and APRA AMCOS.