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Sep 22 2016

ABC National TV

The Black Sorrows are back!

They’ve been rocking since 1983 and now the Black Sorrows are back with their 20th album: Faithful Satellite. Dubbed “the hardest working man in Australian music”, band founder Joe Camilleri explains how he keeps on going.

Posted by ABC News Breakfast on Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The finalists in one of Australia?s most valuable music prizes, the Melbourne Prize for Music 2016 and Awards, have been announced this week.The finalists are: David BridieJoe CamilleriKutcha EdwardsLiza LimAdalita SrsenThis year’s finalists represent the musical talent in Victoria across a range of genres. The Melbourne Prize for Music 2016 and Awards provide recognition and opportunities for Victorian musicians.

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Lennard Promotions presents the long-awaited return of legendary vocalist and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Eric Burdon and his band The Animals for their first Australian shows in nearly a decade.

This year fans will have a chance to relive songs that became part of the foundation of rock & roll as Eric Burdon & The Animals play a series of rare Australian shows including a special date in Melbourne featuring some home grown music legends as very special guests. At the historic Palais Theatre, The Animals will be joined by local rock royalty as Joe Camilleri & The Black Sorrows and Australia’s queen of soul Renee Geyer join in for what is sure to be one of the most memorable shows of 2016.