11 relations: Australian jazz, Australian Jazz Bell Awards, Christine Sullivan, Julia Messenger, List of music venues in Melbourne, Melbourne Jazz Co-operative, Melbourne Jazz Festival, Music of Melbourne, On the Attack, The Cat Empire, The Cat Empire discography.
Jazz music has a long history in Australia.
Australian Jazz Bell Awards, also known just as the Bell Awards or The Bells, are annual music awards for the jazz music genre in Australia.
Christine Sullivan (born in Hobart, Tasmania) is an Australian singer.
Julia Messenger is an Australian singer-songwriter and producer best known for her work in electronica and chill-out, although she has performed in a wide range of musical genres, including Jazz, rock, classical and blues.
This is a list of venues (pubs, clubs, and cafe's) commonly used for concerts and other musical performances in Melbourne, Australia.
The Melbourne Jazz Co-operative (MJC), better known as the Melbourne Jazz Co-op runs two jazz concerts a week in Melbourne, and is the most active jazz presenter organisation in Australia.
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival is an annual jazz music festival first held in Melbourne, Australia in 1998.
A Music Victoria study finds Melbourne hosts 62,000 live concerts annually, making it one of the live music capitals of the world.
On the Attack is a DVD of live recordings and videos of Australian band, The Cat Empire.
The Cat Empire are an Australian ska and jazz band formed in 1999.
The discography of The Cat Empire, an Australian alternative rock group, consists of seven studio albums, four live albums, and eighteen singles.