After being forced by the current world situation to present this years BigSound as a 100% virtual program, organisers have announced a stellar collection of keynote presenters to help inspire, inform, and entertain an industry with little positivity at present.
Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave, Prophets Of Rage, the Nightwatchman) leads the first announcement with a presentation exploring his life as a musician and activist.
BigSound will also host a line up of special in-conversation sessions with the legendary Kev Carmody and ARIA award winner Amy Shark, as well as a keynote presentation from global superstar Tones And I.
Rhoda Roberts and Ziggy Ramo will discuss the Indigenous future of the music industry while American Grammy-nominee Mumu Fresh will discuss career, community and survival in 2020.
BigSound’s second announcement and full program schedule will be unveiled at the end of September along with The BigSound50, this year’s hottest Australian artists who will be exposed to the world and participate in a national and international networking program designed for the times.
Free registration for BigSound 2020 is now open atwww.bigsound.org.au