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HIGHLIGHTS ENCORE SCREENING
OF THE LIVE ANZAC DAY TELEVISED EVENT
9PM LOCAL MONDAY 22 JUNE
ON NINE NATIONALLY
ALBUM OUT THIS FRIDAY
Relive the magic of Music From The Home Front’s Anzac Day concert
Watch on Nine TV at 9pm local (9Now at 9pm AEST), Monday 22 June
Catch amazing performances by: Colin Hay + Delta Goodrem, Bliss N Eso + Kate Ceberano, Crowded House, Birds Of Tokyo, Jimmy Barnes + Ian Moss, Guy Sebastian, Dean Lewis, Tim Minchin + Missy Higgins and more
Double CD, coloured triple vinyl and digital download compilation featuring 25 performances released from Friday 19 June
|“A hit with both fans and music lovers all around the country.” – The Music|
“As an event designed to lift spirits and remind us that, yes, we are all in this together, Music From The Home Front succeeds admirably.” – The Guardian
Watched by over 1.159 million viewers and the #1 show on Anzac Day, it’s the most unique televised concert ever screened on Australian television.
Music From The Home Front saw an unprecedented line up of 50+ of the most iconic musicians in Australia and New Zealand come together with incredible live-streamed performances – filmed in lockdown – to commemorate our nations’ rich Anzac history and pay respect to the frontline workers fighting COVID-19.
Now, it’s time to relive the spellbinding concert event once more. Straight after “The Voice” on Monday 22 June, tune into the Nine Network at 9pm AEST for a one-hour highlights encore screening of Music From The Home Front.
Re-live Colin Hay and Delta Goodrem’s impeccable cover of ‘Down Under’; Bliss N Eso going sky high in ‘Moments’ with special guest Kate Ceberano; Tim Minchin teaming up with Missy Higgins on ‘Carry You’; Guy Sebastian’s unforgettable rendition of ‘Battle Scars’; or DMA’S gorgeous rendition of Crowded House’s classic ‘Better Be Home Soon’… before the NZ band perform their legendary hit ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’.
Featuring even more stellar performances from names like Vance Joy to Birds Of Tokyo, Jimmy Barnes teaming up with Ian Moss, Dean Lewis, Paul Kelly, Tones And I, Ben Lee and more, don’t miss this special highlights screening of Music From The Home Front on Monday 22 June on Nine.
What’s more, from Friday 19 June fans can grab the brand new Music From The Home Front compilation album – available on double CD, triple vinyl, and digital download. 100% of profits go to Australian music industry charity Support Act.
Organiser Michael Gudinski said, “Music From The Home Front will be etched in Australian history and I’m so pleased that Australian’s can once again relive this unique concert event through both the TV broadcast and the release of the album, with profits going to Support Act. I’m so proud our great Australian artists had an opportunity to perform on prime time television, which is so rare these days.”
“Guy Sebastian reworked his biggest hit ‘Battle Scars’ to reference the concert’s themes … Regardless of how Australia and New Zealand navigate celebrating ANZAC day in 2021, an annual Music From The Home Front concert would be a welcome new tradition”
– The Daily Telegraph
“Who didn’t cry during Music From The Home Front? … An absolute stand-out comes when Bliss N Eso team up with the incomparable Kate Ceberano … David Campbell describes Carry You from Tim Minchin and Missy Higgins as “exquisite” – and he’s not wrong.” – Stack Magazine
Tune into Nine at 9pm (local time) or stream live on 9now on Monday 22 June to relive this special concert event.
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Highlights encore screening
9.00pm, Monday 22 June
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CD and digital album out 19 June 2020 through Bloodlines
Vinyl album out 31 July 2020
Available to pre-order here
Music From The Home Front tracklist:
1. Michael Gudinski – Welcome Speech
2. Jimmy Barnes – Working Class Man (feat. Diesel)
3. Ben Lee – We’re All In This Together (feat. Jack River & Lime Cordiale)
4. The Wiggles – Handwashing Song
5. Tones And I – Forever Young
6. Mark Seymour – Throw Your Arms Around Me (feat. James Reyne & Hannah and Eva Seymour)
7. James Reyne – Reckless (feat. Mark Seymour)
8. John Schumann and The Vagabond Crew & Archie Roach – I Was Only 19 (A Walk In The Light Green)
9. Bliss n Eso – Moments (feat. Kate Ceberano & Vince Harder)
10. Crowded House – Don’t Dream It’s Over
11. Dean Lewis – Be Alright
12. Paul Kelly – Every Day My Mother’s Voice (feat. Jess Hitchcock)
13. The Rubens – Live In Life
14. Jon Stevens, Andrew Farriss & Isabella Manfredi – Never Tear Us Apart
15. Delta Goodrem & Colin Hay – Down Under
16. Vance Joy – Lay It On Me (Smartphone Isolation Version)
17. Missy Higgins & Tim Minchin – Carry You
18. G Flip – About You
19. DMA’S – Better Be Home Soon
20. Lee Kernaghan – Spirit Of The Anzacs (feat. Amy and George Sheppard & Jon Stevens)
21. Shane Howard – Solid Rock (feat. Vika & Linda, Emma Donovan, Troy Cassar-Daley & William Barton)
22. Guy Sebastian – Battle Scars
23. Birds Of Tokyo & West Australian Symphony Orchestra – Unbreakable
24. Vera Blue – Regular Touch
25. Jack River – Fool’s Gold
26. Jimmy Barnes & Ian Moss – When The War Is Over (feat. The Barnes Family)
27. James Morrison – The Last Post