Category Archives: Music

Serum for the Soul By Tom Hearn

BUSHTV PEEPS YOU ARE IN FOR A TREAT IN THE COMING WEEKS!! I was lucky enough to get a media pass for the NIMA’s in Darwin on Friday night and yarned with a bunch of amazing artists including Michael Hohnen … Continue reading

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GIMME!! GIMME!!! FREE FAMILY TICKETS FOR NATIONAL INDIGENOUS MUSIC AWARDS NIGHT IN DARWIN THIS FRIDAY 19TH AUGUST 6PM!

Bushtv is giving away a family pass of 4 tickets to NIMA valued at $100 bucks to a local Indigenous Darwin family or group of 4 to see one of the most outrageously talented Indigenous music line ups in Ausralian … Continue reading

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DAN THE MAN Story by Tom Hearn

Good Singer Songwriters have a mercurial presence that draws a sweaty crowd. Great ones go beyond and embody what can be only described as the X factor. I don’t like using this term but the term was invented because sometimes … Continue reading

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ELEGY MAN by Rich Fleming

In an age where the music industry is polluted with the glitz and glamour of artificial pop songs, the rise of Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu has provided us with a truly revitalising breath of fresh air. His music is the beauty of … Continue reading

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SONGS FROM THE HEART Blog by Kiah Danielle Woodall

“Wow! What better way to get amped up for this year’s 2011 National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) than spin a yarn with the one and only Shellie Morris!  Aboriginal Singer and Songwriter Shellie Morris will be performing at NIMA this … Continue reading

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Thumbs up if you want exclusive Bushtv behind the scenes shots, pics and yarns from the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) on the 19th Aug 2011?

That’s right Bushtv peeps. We is doing social media for the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) and we are gonna be bloggin the crap out of it. But we need your help. It’s not fair that us mob get to … Continue reading

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