Legendary promoter Michael Gudinski will be farewelled at an “iconic” location after his shock death. It comes as some of music’s biggest names paid tribute.
Cameron Adams, Kathy McCabe
After the sudden loss of music pioneer Michael Gudinski, all eyes are on the iconic family-owned company he created and who will lead it into the future.
WA Symphony Orchestra principal trumpeter Brent Grapes plays Henri Tomasi’s virtuosic concerto, the first of a series of solos by the musicians within the WASO stable.
From the Minogue sisters to Skyhooks and The Rubens, there aren’t many musicians Michael Gudinski didn’t cross paths with or change the lives of.
They were joined at the hip even when they were competitors. In a moving tribute, Michael Chugg reflects on his lifelong bond with Michael Gudinski.
A selection of tributes for Australian entertainment industry icon Michael Gudinski, who died on Monday night in his sleep.
Michael Gudinski, a towering figure in Australia's music industry and the founder of Mushroom Records, has died suddenly aged 68.
Liz Hobday and Roger Vaughan
He was Australia’s godfather of rock and roll, who discovered Kylie Minogue and pioneered live music. This is Michael Gudinski’s incredible life in photos.
Australian music legend Michael Gudinski has been honoured as a man “renowned for his loyalty,” and his “ability to achieve the unachievable against unsurmountable odds”.
A legend. A rock. Irreplaceable. That is how the music world is remembering Michael Gudinski.
The Australian music industry is reeling with the shock death of promoter and record company boss Michael Gudinski, aged 68.
Sacha Baron Cohen claimed a surprise Golden Globe win from Australia, paying tribute to his wife Isla Fisher as many other A-lister boycotted the show.
Sarah Blake, Nadia Salemme and Holly Byrnes
On the surface, pop wunderkind Billie Eilish appears to be the ultimate exemplar of an age where social media is omnipresent and self-image is carefully curated.
Sara Macliver and Wind Quintet Plus chart musical evolution at WA Museum’s Hackett Hall
As Hollywood gets back to work, we look at who is likely to win a Golden Globe for the best TV and film we’ve binged on at home.
Holly Byrnes and Leigh Paatsch
Documentary maker RJ Cutler follows the life of Billie Eilish from a 16-year-old singer on the rise to a world renowned pop superstar
Lady Gaga’s two French bulldogs, which were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded the dog walker, have been miraculously recovered unharmed.
Love’s elixir lights up the night for Opera in the Park
Toby Beard’s first album in six years features songs of love, grief and loss inspired by a tumultuous couple of years.
The live music festival suffered last year, but Aussie promoters are bringing it back — including the first touring festival in the world right now.
Margot Robbie has joined a long list of Aussie stars in Hollywood where George Clooney made a surprising admission.
Widely-regarded as Hollywood’s least credible awards show, the Golden Globes has been plagued with a string of scandals.
Brisbane pop group Sheppard have fired back at online trolls who slandered their family band in the wake of their father’s arrest in PNG. Here’s what they had to say,
Banksia Ensemble launch nurtures talent in Mendelssohn tribute at UWA’s Callaway Auditorium
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