Sounds Australia Play To Packed

Seventeen Acts Representing Sounds Australia Play To Packed House At Nashville’s Historic Bluebird Café
(Nashville, Tenn. – September 19, 2013) Sounds Australia kicked off the Americana Music Week this year by hosting the Tamworth Presents “Australiana At Americana”
showcase at the Bluebird Café.  Over 4 segments and 2 shows, seventeen
acts representing the Land Down Under performed to a packed house of
industry and fans.  Performers included Breaking Hart Benton, Katie
Brianna, Tracey Bunn, Donna Dean, Melody Feder & Michael Muchow, Sam
Hawksley, Paul Kelly, Anne McCue, Cameron Milford, Jen Mize, Kelly
Menhennett, Gena Rose Bruce, Tamara Stewart, Emma Swift, and The Weeping
at the Bluebird are privileged to see a seemingly never-ending stream
of incredibly gifted songwriters – most of whom they know,” said Dobe
Newton of Sounds Australia.  “So it’s always exciting to present a bunch
of new Australian talent and watch the response.  We’ve been sold-out
for the last two years, and it’s become a favorite, for our artists as
well as the locals.  A great night for artists and fans alike.”
Performers and executives at the Tamworth Presents “Australiana At Americana” gathered for a photo before each show. Pictured below L to R: Jeff Walker (AristoMedia President/CEO),
Glenn Dickie (Sounds Australia), Sam Hawksley, Katie Brianna, Emma
Swift, Gena Rose Bruce, Andrew Wriggleswoth and Laura Coates (The
Weeping Willows), Jen Mize, Dobe Newton, Mike David (Breaking Hart
Benton), Donna Dean, Bill Page (Mushroom Music), Lee Fielding (Breaking
Hart Benton), and Erika Wollam Nichols (Bluebird, COO/President).
Pictured below L to R:
Dobe Newton (Sounds Australia), Anne McCue, Cameron Milford, Gena Rose
Bruce, Paul Kelly, Tamara Stewart, Michael Muchow, Melody Feder, and
Tracey Bunn.
About Sounds Australia:
Australia is Australia’s music market development initiative,
established to provide a cohesive and strategic platform to assist the
Australian music industry access domestic and international business
opportunities. Sounds Australia supports the career life cycle of
Australian artists, from the local venue-based live music industry to
international events, networking and business development. Sounds
Australia is a joint initiative of the Australia Council and APRA|AMCOS,
supported by the Federal Government together with state government
agencies and peak industry associations.

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