Justine Clarke Wins ARIA Award for Best Children's Album
Justine Clarke has won the award for Best Children’s Album at the 2018 ARIA Awards, held at The Star on Wednesday, November 28.
Paul Greene is living proof that it is hard work being lucky. For Greene it has been a long, slow, steady progression that has seen him become one of the most respected Australian musicians today, earning him the mantle of 'Australia’s Hardest Working Musician', as well as a legion of loyal fans and supporters. Having played with a diverse range of the world’s most respected artists including Ani Difranco, Patty Griffin and Alvin Youngblood-Hart to name but a few, Greene is no stranger to eloquent songwriting from the heart.
‘Behind The Stars’, Greene’s third full length release on ABC/Universal is a daring and exciting new adventure into music for Greene, the most notable being the presence of electric guitars on this new body of work. This courageous and competent album is packed with infectious choruses, catchy grooves and poignant lyrics and is sure to become an essential album for anyone’s music collection.
Paul Greene will also be hitting the road with a slew of live dates on his upcoming Behind The Stars Tour, this time with full line up, The Other Colours.
At a ceremony on Tuesday 10 October at the Art Gallery of NSW, ABC Classics & Jazz were announced winners of the 2017 ARIA Awards for Best Classical, Best Jazz, Best Original Soundtrack and Bes
Australia’s favourite guitarists, the Grigoryan Brothers, present their new album of Bach’s best-loved concertos, arranged for guitar duo and orchestra.
The world’s most popular children's entertainment group The Wiggles are delighted to unveil their latest album, Wiggle Pop!