As part of our commitment to capturing and sharing great Australian music stories, the Australian Music Vault asked some of the country’s most influential trailblazers and unsung heroes to open up about their lives in music as part of our Long Play Series.
Tina Arena AM is one of Australia’s highest selling recording artists having sold over 10 million albums worldwide.
Missy Higgins is a singer-songwriter best known for her emotionally raw, poetic lyrics delivered with a laconic Australian inflection.
Michael Gudinski AM has been one of Australian music’s most influential provocateurs for over five decades.
Judith Durham, AO is the voice of The Seekers, the Australian folk-inspired vocal quartet that took the world by storm in the 1960s.
Archie Roach AM, legendary musician, ‘voice of the Stolen Generations’ and Australian Music Vault Founding Patron.
Courtney Barnett is a multi-award winning singer-songwriter best known for her deadpan delivery and distinctive left-handed guitar technique.
Helen Marcou AM and Quincy McLean AM have been passionate advocates for Melbourne's live music scene for decades.
Michael Chugg AM is a pioneering entrepreneur, artist manager and tour promoter.
There’s even more great Long Play Series interviews with Australian music legends available at the Australian Music Vault