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Deni Ute Muster 2019 – Day Stage and On Ground Attractions announced!


Deni Ute Muster
Day Stage and On Ground Announcement

21st Birthday Celebrations!

Local artists set to join International Superstar Tim McGraw,
Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson, Beccy Cole
Ross Wilson, Travis Collins, Adam Harvey
Sunny Cowgirls, Ben Ransom, Aleyce Simmonds and more!

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CAMPFIRE FESTIVAL 2015’s Second Artist Announcement!

campfireAdding more burn to CAMPFIRE FESTIVAL in 2015 is the inclusion of seven further well-respected and award-winning acts.

The second lineup of artists confirmed for the 2015 CAMPFIRE FESTIVAL includes:
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CAMPFIRE FESTIVAL 2014 First Artist Announcement

campfireThe New South Wales Hunter Valley’s renowned HOPE ESTATE winery is excited to announce the first musical artists to be confirmed for the inaugural CAMPFIRE FESTIVAL to be held at the winery from Friday, 13 March to Sunday, 15 March, 2015.

The first lineup of artists confirmed for the 2015 CAMPFIRE FESTIVAL includes:

John Butler Trio
Lee Kernaghan / Kasey Chambers
Ash Grunwald / Beccy Cole / The McClymonts
Wendy Matthews / We Two Thieves / Greg Champion
Amber Lawrence / The Bob Corbett Band / Chelsea Basham and more to be announced soon!

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ARIA Chart News, w/c 16 November 2009

Robbie Williams makes chart-topping debut on the ARIA Album Chart ahead of his Australian visit
ARIA Releases two new charts

Robbie Williams (Robbie Williams) explodes onto the ARIA Album Chart this week with “Reality Killed The Video Star”, claiming his fourth Australian No.1 album to give him an impressive total of twelve weeks at the top of the chart. The international superstar, who will perform at the ARIA Awards next week, scored a total of nine weeks at number one for his 2004/05 “Greatest Hits” release, along with one week at the top for both “Intensive Care” and “Rude Box” in 2005 and 2006 respectively. He also claims the first chart topper on the new ARIA Digital Album Chart with “Reality Killed The Video Star” and whilst Foo Fighters were number one on the Physical Album Chart, Robbie’s digital sales were extensive enough to ensure him number one overall, as reflected by the ARIA Album Chart. It’s only the second time since digital album sales were included in the album chart some two years ago, that the number one Physical Album and number one on the ARIA Album Chart have been different.
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