There isn’t a single musician, music service provider, or music lover that hasn’t been trashed by COVID-19 in the year 2020.
Until our incredible scientists find a treatment or vaccine that can completely knock this hungry critter into oblivion I have sadly had to put Everywhere Roadie on hold.
I hope 2021 is a better year for the music community.
Thanks for all your support.
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.
Accommodation discounts for members
Great news for members heading to Adelaide!
We have teamed up with YHA Adelaide to offer Everywhere Roadie members some awesome ways to save money on their next visit!
You have a choice of 3 options when making a booking:
1) 20% discount on private rooms (excludes dorm beds)
2) Free Parking
3) A free room in exchange for an in-house performance for guests
(*Performances are acoustic only, and at the discretion of YHA management.)
In order to book, you will need to send an email from the email address registered with Everywhere Roadie to:
with the subject ‘Everywhere Roadie Booking Request’. Please ensure you indicate which option you have selected.
The Everywhere Roadie team have personally stayed at this hostel whilst on tour, and we give it an A++ rating. The staff are super friendly and helpful, and as an added bonus, they love musicians. It’s also spotlessly clean and in a quiet but centrally located part of town.
Kate chats with Ditto music about all things Roadie
Kate had a bit of a chat with Anthony from online music distributor Ditto this week about the benefits of using Everywhere Roadie – check it out here
There’s been some great new listings on the site lately – the community continues to grow every day and it’s exciting to see the diverse range of gear that people are putting up.
If you’ve yet to upload your gear, here’s a few pointers to get you started:
Take pictures on your phone, and upload direct from there. The site is optimized for mobile and its the quickest and easiest way create a post.
Always include a photo! Photos increase the visibility of your listings and the chances of people wanting to hire your gear.
Include a real photo of yourself on your profile, and some information about who you are and what you do.
As always, hit us up if you’ve any questions or suggestions.