The sold out 2014 ARIA Awards Connected By Telstra held at The Star Event Centre, Sydney and broadcast nationally on TEN capped off an extraordinary year for the Australian music industry. This year’s event certainly showcased and celebrated what a remarkable year 2014 has been for Australian music and artists. Australian music has been well and truly thrust onto the global stage in 2014 and for the first time the ARIA Awards will be broadcast to millions throughout Asia via Fox International. Continue reading And The ARIA Goes To…→
Logitech and Michael Coppel are proud to present Katy Perry as she sets off on her biggest world tour yet, bringing The California Dreams Tour to Australia this autumn!
Following the huge success of her #1 album ‘Teenage Dream’, sassy pop icon Katy returns with her incredibly infectious pop for arena shows in her first Australian tour since August 2009’s Hello Katy Tour.
Since her 2008 breakthrough with the massive smash hit ‘I Kissed A Girl’ which spent six weeks at the top of the ARIA chart, Katy Perry has continued to top charts around the world. Lifted from her debut album ‘One Of The Boys’, the album is also home to hit singles, ‘Ur So Gay’, ‘Hot N Cold’, ‘Thinking of You’ and ‘Waking Up In Vegas’.
Katy Perry and Taio Cruz hold on top of the ARIA Charts
Katy Perry’s album “Teenage Dream” holds for a second week at the pinnacle of the ARIA Album Chart, comfortably staving off Eminem’s “Recovery” which makes another surge towards the top of the chart, moving up from four to two. Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite” chalks up three weeks at number one with sales in excess of Platinum on this week’s ARIA Singles Chart, where the top four singles hold firm from last week.
Highlights from this week’s ARIA Album Chart include the highest top 40 debut coming from The Killers’ front man Brandon Flowers, who lands at #5 with his solo debut “Flamingo”. The Killers have had four top 10 results, including their number one debut with “Hot Fuss” in 2005. American band Stone Sour slides in at #6 with “Audio Secrecy”, their second ARIA top 40 result after “Come What(ever) May” peaked at #21 in 2006. After twenty six weeks in the top 40, Angus & Julia Stone continue to enjoy strong sales with “Down The Way”, moving up two places to #7. Fellow Aussies Birds Of Tokyo move back in to the top 10 at 10, with Lady Antebellum just behind them at #12, jumping a massive 22 places with their former US smash, “Need You Now”. Train also enjoys some strong momentum, up from 23 to 14 with “Save Me, San Francisco” and Usher lands back in the top 20 at #19, up from 26 with “Raymond V Raymond”. Taylor Swift moves back into the top 40 for the 74th week with the five times platinum success, “Fearless”, at #37, with AC/DC’s “Iron Man 2” following suit at #38 and Jason Derulo’s self-titled release re-entering at #40.
The Debit MasterCard Priceless Music Series kicked off its 2010 calendar last month with ex-pats Pendulum all but blowing the roof off HOME The Venue at their sell-out Sydney gig.
Now Debit MasterCard is bringing the party to Melbourne and is pleased to announce that taking to the Plaza Ballroom stage on Thursday, 12 August, 2010, for her only Australian performance this year, will be none other than two-time Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter, Katy Perry!