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15 Regional Artists Set To Tour Regional NSW

Regional Tours 2023

MusicNSW is pleased to announce the 15 artists selected for its 2023 program supporting five tours in regional NSW.The following artists were selected from an EOI process that called for regionally based artists interested in participating in one of five “sister cities” tours in late 2023:Andy Nelson (Wiradjuri land, Bathurst)Austyn Jane (Gumbaynggirr land, High Range)Blind

Calling regional artists! Want to go on tour?

Are you an artist or band based in regional NSW that has a good local following or has a small tour under your belt and wants to grow?We want to help you get on the road! MusicNSW is looking for original artists from across regional NSW that are keen to tour, connect with other regional

Live Music Industry’s Open Letter to the Premier

Splendour crowd

Dear Premier, Please meet with us. As you are aware, the live music industry has repeatedly expressed our strong desire to work collaboratively with your government on our shared commitment to safer music festivals. Since February this year we have requested that you convene an industry roundtable to discuss regulation and safety at music festivals.

The Jezabels

Free from self-imposed pressures and constraints, the band has set about crafting an organic and heartfelt collection of tunes- for the first time in the band’s career, they allowed the music to grow and evolve in the studio. Experimentation was the key word. What was the first band you saw live? The first band I

The Rocks Markets by Moonlight

Don’t miss the final two weeks of Markets by Moonlight with free live music, night markets and great food at The Rocks. Enjoy a Sydney summer night listening to the sounds of Belles Will Ring, The Lovetones, Ngaiire and Ngaratyan, as well as buskers and roaming musicians throughout the laneways. Saturday, FEBRUARY 18 Ngaratya Ngaiire

Career Fertiliser for Creative Arts Graduates

Applications for the next batch of ArtStart grants are now open for recent creative art graduates to help fund their new arts business – and launch their artistic career. The grants – dubbed as ‘career fertiliser’ – gives artists who have graduated from an accredited artist-­?training scheme within the last three years up to $10,000

SAE Sounds Competition

SAE Institute, in collaboration with Austereo, is thrilled to launch SAE Sounds – a fresh and innovative competition showcasing the future of Australia’s audio engineering industry and providing undiscovered Australian talent with a platform to unveil their skills.