What To Look Forward To At Tonight’s ARIA Awards

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As the red carpet event is underway for the 31st ARIA Awards we’re getting geared up with what to keep an eye out for tonight’s award ceremony.

The 2017 Awards, held in Sydney is the Australian music industry’s night of nights and the 31st instalment see’s Darryl Braithwaite inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

We’re looking forward to seeing huge live performances from:

Paul Kelly: The seasoned musician and local favourite has a truck load of crowd favourites in his catalogue and his latest release, Life Is Fine, the Melbourne musician’s first #1 record, this live performance will not disappoint. The music legend is up for 7 awards tonight!

Read more about Life Is Fine here

Home Grown artist Dan Sultan, who is nominated for Best Independent Release, Best Male Artist and Best Rock Album with his new record Killer is known for his live show and special guest vocalists, keep an eye out for Dan’s killer performance.

Listen to Dan Sultan LIVE From Eddie's Desk on Triple M (54 minute mark):

Another Home Grown band who have stormed up the Aussie charts this year, Sydney’s Gang Of Youths showed us their worth on their epic SOLD OUT Aus tour earlier this year.

Listen to their hit single Let Me Down Easy:

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Finally the 2017 ARIA Hall of Fame inductee Daryl Braithwaite who revealed on the ARIA red carpet he will be joined by two special guests.
Looking forward to this story making performance.

Don’t forget to keep an eye out for Triple M’s Jane Gazzo who is presenting Best Rock Album (read more here)

The 31st ARIA Awards are being broadcast on Channel 9, Tuesday 28th November from 7.30pm (AEST)

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Until then, check out a new podcast from PodcastOne exploring the history of the ARIA Awards.  Hear some classic stories from ARIAs past, including the moment Tex Perkins using his awards as a weapon and the real story behind the ill-fated 2010 ARIA Awards filmed on the steps of the Sydney Opera House. 

Listen to ‘From The Inside with Peter Rix’ here:  https://www.podcastone.com.au/From-the-inside

 

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