Cobargo Bushfire Recovery Music Lessons
Local music teachers Liz and Rich teach Cobargo Public School kids private music lessons at Cobargo Hall. The plan for 2020 was to continue – however – the lessons have previously been paid for direct by the parents who lost everything in the New Years Eve fires.
The Malcolm Savage Appeal
I am unable to work at the moment, and lucky to be alive – thanks to the great work of the doctors, surgeons and nurses at St Vincent’s in Sydney. I am so lucky I am not asking for help with my funeral expenses (well that would probably be someone else anyway).
Glen Hannah Appeal
On May 27th, 2019 the Australian music community lost a great man, Glen Hannah. Glen’s extraordinary gifts were exceptional for one person to behold. His brilliance in the music world shone through his entire being and were not only manifested in his fingers as a guitarist and his creative eye to detail in design and photography. He was renowned for his fathomless music sensibility, understanding and patience as a producer, and his innate ability to foster musicianship and integrity amongst whomever had the fortune to be near him. So much so that his tragic loss has reverberated throughout the whole industry.
Greg Weaver Appeal
6th May, 2019
Yesterday we lost one of the finest people I know. Greg Weaver was family to us. I think he worked with every act we manage or have managed over the last 20 years. We had artists who ‘didn’t need a tour manager’, who after one show with Greg, wouldn’t work without him. He was so calm – nobody ever saw him stressed.
Donate to the Jim Medcraft Appeal #50forjim
Jim Medcraft was working in America a couple of years ago as a Visual Jockey (VJ) when he was hit by a sports car travelling at very high speed. The car didn’t stop and Jim was left for dead with huge injuries to his legs, spine, brain, shoulder as well as internal injuries. Almost three years later, often spent in great pain, and many operations later, Jim’s right leg has been saved. However, his left leg and foot are never going to be right and will always be a constant source of pain. So Jim has made the almost impossible decision to allow the amputation of his left foot and leg from just below the knee.