The Veronicas & Nat Conway announced to perform at the Drought Relief Concert in October

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The Sunday Telegraph has revealed the line-up for Hay Mate: Buy a Bale — A Concert For The Farmers.

Headlined by John Farnham, the concert also includes pop sister duo The Veronicas, original Australian Idol Guy Sebastian, Nat Conway, founding INXS member Andrew Farriss, rock star Jon Stevens, country and music sensations Aleyce Simmonds Adam Harvey and sing-songwriter Tim Wheatley.

The concert will be held at Scully Park in Tamworth on October 27.

With every cent raised going towards buying hay for farmers struggling to feed livestock.

The concert will be beamed across the country on Channel 9 and 9NOW.

 

The Veronicas ink worldwide deal with Red Mgmt

We are thrilled to announce The Veronicas have signed a worldwide management deal with Red Mgmt.   One of Australia's most prolific international success stories, twins Lisa and Jess Orriglasso have enjoyed 16 top ten hits, including three number one records in their native Australia. Their music has been the soundtrack for a generation.  Read More  a t  Music Network

We are thrilled to announce The Veronicas have signed a worldwide management deal with Red Mgmt. 

One of Australia's most prolific international success stories, twins Lisa and Jess Orriglasso have enjoyed 16 top ten hits, including three number one records in their native Australia. Their music has been the soundtrack for a generation.

Read More at Music Network

DANIELLE SPENCER’S DEBUT ALBUM TO GET ITUNES RELEASE

On the 15th anniversary of Danielle Spencer’s debut album White Monkey (2001), Universal Music is pleased to release the album digitally for the first time on April 29th 2016.

With celebrated singles including “Jonathon White” and “Blast Off”, the album boasted 5 singles from the 12 track album.

Her 2010 follow up album Calling All Magicians will be made available in the coming weeks.

In recent years Spencer has been busy with various activities including as a contestant for season 12 of Dancing with the Stars on the Seven Network in which she placed second. In 2015 Spencer was part of the inaugural Australian judges panel for Eurovision alongside other industry heavy weights including Richard Wilkins and Ash London.

Spencer continues in her role as Ambassador for the Australian Children’s Music Foundation (ACMF), an organisation that has been close to her heart for many years and passionately commits to the value and development of children’s music education. Her father Don Spencer OAM is the Founder and CEO of ACMF.

Spencer is currently working on new music for release in 2016.

BONNIE LYTHGOE FINDS HER PRINCE

Bonnie Lythgoe has revealed her Prince for Cinderella at the State Theatre this July. Tim Maddren, formerly of Hi-Five has joined the cast of what has become one of the must-see events of the winter school holidays.
He joins Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gina Liano as the Evil Stepmother, Jimmy Rees and Dandini and Jaime Hadwen as the gorgeous Cinderella herself. “We’re now only looking for the Fairy Godmother,” Lythgoe added. Lythgoe said celebrity cameos were an important part of the casting process. “I think you always need celebrities in the mix, as they bring in fans and I know when we mentioned Gina, fans wanted to come along,” she said.

JIMMY REES & LIVE NATION ON TOUR WITH GIGGLE & HOOT!

Jimmy Rees stars as Jimmy Giggle, and together with Hoot and Hootabelle they are setting off again on another giggle-icious live stage adventure, with their friends the Bananas in Pyjamas, this April and at long last the Giggle-mobile will make its way through regional Victoria for the first time ever as well as two special suburban theatre appearances in Melbourne and Sydney.

Starring in the live children’s show of the year, Giggle and Hoot and Friends is a 55-minute stage spectacular with everyone’s favourite songs, dancing and of course fun and laughter.

So Owl Pals, get your giggle-tastic selves ready because tickets for Giggle and Hoot and Friends go on sale at 10am this Wednesday, February 17.