MUSIC FROM THE HOME FRONT
Watched by over 1.419 million viewers on Anzac Day 2020, Music From The Home Front was the most unique concert ever screened on Australian television, capturing an important moment in our nation’s history, born out of Australia and New Zealand’s first lockdown response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021 it returned with a special live event at Melbourne's iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl which was broadcast on Channel 9.
RELEASED 2019 – 2020
Abby Dobson, Amy Shark, Augie March, Ben Lee, Bliss N Eso Feat. Kasey Chambers, Budjerah, Crowded House, Dean Lewis, Delta Goodrem, Gordi, Hayley Mary, Jerome Farah, Jess Hitchcock, Jimmy Barnes, Kate Ceberano, Lime Cordiale, Mahalia Barnes, Mark Seymour, Mia Wray, Morgan Evans, Nikka Costa, Royal Melbourne Hospital Scrub Choir, Sam Fischer, Tash Sultana, The Australian Children’s Choir, The Kid Laroi, The Rubens, Tina Arena, Vance Joy, You Am I and Many more
“With Crowded House recently reunited and playing live in NZ it was a pleasure to be able to perform for Music From The Home Front again, this time all in the same room. We remember those who went before, who first summoned the ANZAC spirit, as it moves to a new level with free travel once more between our shores, hopeful signs ... We also remember the originator of this gathering the late great Michael Gudinski”Neil Finn
“It is an honour to be part of this great television event once again. Brilliantly conceived last year by our long-time friend Michael Gudinski, Music From The Home Front is both a powerful statement of respect for the courage and sacrifice of our war dead and a celebration of Australian songs in the Anzac tradition”Mark Seymour
“In true Michael Gudinski, “Don’t wait for the dust to settle, strike a chord that will change the world” kinda attitude, he busted outta the COVID claustrophobia with Music From The Home Front last year and put Australian music right back, front and centre.! It was exciting to be on the first wave and now catching the next set! So grateful for his vision and support”Kate Cebrano