Rock ‘n’ roll history for hire, with all proceeds to be donated to Support Act.
Today we added a piece of Australian rock history to the collection. This Ampeg fridge was originally owned and used by Dean Turner, co-founder and bassist of Magic Dirt, who passed away in August 2009 after a long and courageous battle with an extremely rare form of soft tissue cancer called DFSP. Dean was deeply passionate and devoted to music, selflessly championing and supporting young bands and inspiring an endless list of musicians. This cabinet appeared on many of Magic Dirt’s studio albums and was the live show workhorse on countless national tours and festivals. In addition to its solidness, reliability and beautiful rich tone, this classic SVT 810 is THE high-performance bass speaker cabinet and delivers all the power and thunder you need. Cosmetic wear and tear from all the years on the road (as shown in image) – speakers have just been re-coned.
We will be donating 100% of the hire fee from this cabinet to Support Act, an Australian charity that helps artists and music workers who are facing hardship due to illness, injury or some other crisis that impacts on their ability to work in music
Startup Smart: Kate and Liz talk about being selected to exhibit at SXSW and the journey so far…
As we count down to SXSW, we caught up with Dinushi Dias at Startup Smart to talk business, start-ups, global expansion & music music music. Read the article here
We support Support Act
Everywhere Roadie to donate 30% of profits to help the important work of Support Act.
Support Act is a charity, unique in Australia, helping artists and music workers who are facing hardship due to illness, injury or some other crisis that impacts on their ability to work in music. They help by providing different kinds of support, which include financial relief, advice, and practical assistance. They also contribute to funeral costs. They help music workers of all kinds: artists, songwriters, composers, musicians, roadies, techies, managers, staffers and others. They treat every request for help confidentially and make no judgement about people’s circumstances. To find out more about their work and how to support it please visit supportact.org.au If you know anyone who may need their help, please let them know or pass on their number: 1300 731 303.
More accommodation deals for members!
Playing shows in Queensland? This week we continue to add to our member deals by teaming up with Brisbane City YHA to offer discounted and free rooms
Members have a choice of 3 options when making a booking:
1) 20% off the standard rate for all rooms (private or dorm)
2) A free room in exchange for an in-house performance for guests
3) Free secure parking & wifi
More details and booking information available over on the site
One of One
It was such a pleasure to catch up with One of One this week! One of One are an incredible community putting the spotlight on women in the Australian music industry – It’s an honour to be in such fine company.
Check out the full article here and be sure to follow them on facebook.
Muchas Gracias to the folks at Tonedeaf this week for the feature on Everywhere Roadie! Read the full article here
There have been some great listings going up on the site recently from all parts of the country (welcome to the gang Hobart!). If you’ve yet to set up your account, it only takes a few minutes to sign up and list your gear – ask us how if you’re unsure. We’ll also have some more member deals rolling out soon so keep your eyes on the site
Heading to Adelaide? Fancy some free accommodation?
We’ve teamed up with Adelaide Central YHA to offer members of Everywhere Roadie a room free of charge in exchange for an acoustic performance for guests!