In the first event since the passing of SA Music Hall OF Fame stalwart David 'Daisy' Day, the juggernaut Adelaide Music Collective will host an array of Jazz legends, in addition to its synonymous inductions in what will be a momentous evening
The latest of the Adelaide Music Collective sessions, featuring inductions to the SA Music Hall of Fame, were held on Friday April 10 to a capacity audience at the Goodwood Institute. These nights are jewels in the crown of SA music and was as entertaining and inspiring as any you are ever likely to experience.
Closing the curtain for its final show this year, the Adelaide Music Collective has every reason to hold its head high after a magnificent effort in establishing itself as an industry haven for both old and new talent to network and share ideas
Everyone thinks this is a horror story, but it is not. It’s a love story! A slightly warped love story maybe, but nonetheless there is a lot of love going ‘round. There is also a fair amount of humour and silliness and good honest fun!
The 5th and penultimate session this year for the Adelaide Music Collective once again proves its worth as a powerhouse of Adelaide talent, with the likes of Glenn Shorrock, Chris Finnen, and members of Fraternity performing to a sell out crowd as well as being inducted into the SA Music Hall of Fame. The sessions, which follow a proven template of showcasing emerging acts, Hall of Fame inductions, and performances by seasoned veterans has had an amazing first year and looks set to be a key fixture in the SA Music industry for years to come.
The latest instalment of the Adelaide Music Collective sessions and S.A Music Hall of Fame was another celebration of the amazing industry talent we have in our great state.The running format, which mirrors previous sessions is one that works well and provides a musical tasting platter of our emerging artists, inductions into the Hall of Fame as the main course, and a dessert of established and seasoned veterans who have already written the menu so to speak.
The latest instalment in the Adelaide Music Collective's regular sessions is almost here, and judging by previous responses it looks just as good, if not better than the past three
In this third installment of the Adelaide Music Collective Sessions incorporating SA Music Hall OF Fame inductions, there was an overwhelming air of dignity and respect for the late Jim Keays, former lead singer of iconic Australian group The Master’s Apprentices
A confronting play about prejudice and cruelty that surfaces through the relationship of a young white boy and the coloured ‘boys’ who work for the family.
If Enrico ‘Mick’ Morena’s passion and enthusiasm for the Adelaide music scene is anything to go by, then there can be little doubt that the Adelaide Music Collective (AMC) has a bright future as a way of bringing various generations and styles of music together as an exchange of experience and as an industry networking tool.
The Adelaide Music Collective (AMC) is a collective of Adelaide Artists and associated professional who have National and International experience and/or profile in the music industry. The AMC Sessions are a semi-regular showcase of musical talent that brings together newcomers and seasoned veterans of the music industry in a spirit of collaboration and egalitarianism to encourage, co-operate and share knowledge as well as promote music in Adelaide.
The Adelaide Music Collective today launched the AMC Sessions, a series of six concert events showcasing South Australia's musical achievers.