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June - 5th Annual Crazy Chix Show – Brunswick Hotel, Brunswick
Sept – Darebin Music Feast – Second-hand Songs @ 303
Audio/Visual Project No 1
Live recording and editing by volunteer engaged in previous professional Roarhouse production training
Roarhouse Melbourne presents... The 5th Annual Crazy Chix Showcase
Yup, it's back! The 5th Annual Crazy Chix Showcase is practically bursting at the seams with music, spoken word, comedy and performance art by a diverse array of women performers of all skill levels. Come to the Brunswick Hotel on Sunday 17th June and help celebrate the feminine creative urge, network with other artists and performers and the people that love them and generally have an awesomely good Sunday Arvo! Supported by the City of Moreland.
w/ MC Jana Zegovina Reilka and her stories from Russia!
7.15 TAYLOR PROJECT
7.05 MC JANA ZEGOVINA REILKA
6.40 FIONA CLAIRE
6.30 SANDY JEFFS
6.15 INITIALLY NO
6.05 SOFIA CHAPMAN
5.50 DALE BRIDGE
5.35 RUTH PARKER
5.20 ALISON THOM
5.10 EMMA KATHRYN
4.55 KIRA JANOWSKY
4.40 LAUREN TAYLOR
4.30 THE FAMILY DUO
4.15 MY IMAGINARY HEART
4.10 Welcome 4.00 Open
Footage of the 5th Annual Crazy Chix Showcase! Special thanks to David De Roach.
National Slam Day, Feb 23
Musicians with passionate ideas about how community radio were given the chance to help the state of live music and musicians in Melbourne.
Roarhouse Melbournehas taken ten musicians to attend a friendly forum between artists and presenters at North West FM radio station in Hadfield on the evening of National Slam Day - Thursday 23 February, to celebrate the anniversary of the 2010 Rally to Save Live Australian Music. Free pizza for attendees!
Examples include having the station provide recording opportunities through sponsorship of compilation CD's, presentation of gigs at small venues, more live-to-air opportunitiesand better communication/contact opportunities between musicians and presenters. Another example is having a clear and transparent music policy so artists know what kinds of CDs the station wants in their library before they submit their work. Perhaps the radio station hold workshops? etcetera.
What would make a difference to you?
Click here for more info on SLAM (Save Live Australian Music): http://www.slamrally.org