The Australian Music Community Presents: Sound Relief (I) (2009)

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The Australian music community united on 14 March 2009 to stage Sound Relief, a benefit concert to raise funds for those affected by the Victorian bushfires and Queensland floods.

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The Australian music community united on 14 March 2009 to stage Sound Relief, a benefit concert to raise funds for those affected by the Victorian bushfires and Queensland floods.

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Sound Relief staged two concerts simultaneously at two separate venues. This is the Sydney concert, broadcast live on music channel MAX. The Melbourne concert was broadcast live on Australia's Channel [V]. See more »

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Red Cross Grand Appeal
22 April 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

"Sound Relief" has been a multi-venue rock music concert held on 14 March 2009 simultaneously in Melbourne and Sydney to raise Red Cross Appeal funds for affected by the Black Saturday (Victoria, Februay-06 fires) and Queensland Floods.

A special presentation was held mid-way through the concerts, with a satellite link between the two venues.

A constellation of Australian music stars participated and nine hour footage of sixteen hour concert sustain four discs of a DVD set reviewed.

It was released on DVD on October 9.

Different performers, different tunes, different styles united in common will to relief victims of tragic natural disasters occur near simultaneously in Australia.


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