|Subject: Re: [powderworks] Making of The Oils opens in MEL|
|Date: 12/11/2015, 2:12 pm|
|To: email@example.com, "Miron Mizrahi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
MUSIC & POLITICS DISCUSSION
From the ‘It’s Time’ song that aided Gough Whitlam’s election in the 1970’s, to the unauthorised use of Bruce Springsteen music during US presidential campaigns. From Midnight Oil’s Jabiluka Blockade concert to Melbourne’s Save Live Australian Music movement, music has always been entwined with politics.
In conjunction with The Making of Midnight Oil Arts Centre Melbourne invites you to join Paulie Stewart , founding member of The Dili Allstars; musician and showman Henry Waggons; Midnight Oil drummer and songwriter Rob Hirst and Patrick Donovan, CEO of Music Victoria for a wide ranging and fascinating discussion about Music & Politics.
Wednesday 18th November 2015
5.00pm – 6.00pm
Arts Centre Melbourne
Gallery 1, Theatres Building
----- Original Message -----From:email@example.com "Miron Mizrahi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>To:"Yahoo! Australia" <email@example.com>Cc:Sent:Tue, 10 Nov 2015 21:44:36 +0000 (UTC)Subject:[powderworks] Making of The Oils opens in MEL
exhibition opens this Satanyone knows if Rob is doing a curator tour and when?Miron
How could people get so unkind?
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