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Adelaide continues to shape Australian popular music
Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter.
Further to earlier announcements (Adelaide Music Collective) AMC sessions 7 is preparing for an exciting program with its return to The Goodwood Institute with the inductions into The SA Music Hall of Fame of Archie Roach (Singer/songwriter), Ruby Hunter (Singer/songwriter) (Posthumously), Mark Holden (Singer/songwriter/ Entertainer and two stalwarts of SA music John Bywaters of Twilights and Peter Tilbrook of Master Apprentices.
The SA Music Hall of Fame medallion. Photo: H. Radford.
The next AMC Sessions program on Friday, April 10th at 7.30pm will include live performances by:
Mark Holden Singer, songwriter and entertainer.
Founder of The SA Hall of Fame, David 'Daisy' Day will be conducting his "Up Close and Personal' interviews with John Bywaters and Peter Tilbrook, which are bound to uncover some entertaining stories with their experiences with two iconic bands of the 60's and 70's, The Twilights and Masters' Apprentices.
A memorable performance with The Twilights John Bywaters, Paddy MacCartney, Peter Brideoake with Ex Master's Apprentices bassist, Peter Tilbrook singing lead in place of Glen Shorrock. Photo: Chris Warren.
It is this support given by various legendary singers/musicians/entertainers from the 50's-80's era to the AMC Sessions that have made the series so popular and special in fostering Adelaide as the centre of recognizing the internationally recognized achievements of South Australian musicians.
At the end of 2014 celebration David 'Daisy' Day interviewing American rock guitarist, producer, singer and songwriter Richie Sambor and Orianthi at her induction into The SA Music Hall of Fame. Photo: H. Radford.
Enrico (Mick) Morena founder of the AMC, said, "Since March 2014, the AMC Sessions have brought together five generations of established high achieving musicians and performers and at the same time created a strong much-needed link between this fraternity of artists.
The sessions offer young musicians in the 20's and 30's opportunities to jam with and connect with the older and more experienced performers,"
The aim of AMC sessions and The SA Music Hall of Fame is to motivate that development and recognition so Adelaide is recognized as having a profile and stature like Nashville, Austin and Seattle."
What we have established is the starting-point of a movement to transform the energy and focus of fostering Adelaide music to become part of music history and for Adelaide to be internationally-recognized for our artistic creativity and excellence. If you haven't yet made the effort to be present at the AMC sessions, then you owe it to yourself to get along as you are in for something special."