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‘Music From The Home Front’ All-Star Album Beats Bob Dylan to Australian Chart Crown

It took something special to keep Bob Dylan’s comeback album from the crest of Australia’s albums chart. Music From The Home Front (Bloodlines/Universal) is something special.

The companion album to Michael Gudinski’s all-star virtual concert blasts to No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, and becomes the ninth homegrown album to hit the summit in 2020.

Music From The Home Front was broadcast on free-to-air Channel 9 on ANZAC Day, April 25, featuring performances from the likes of Tones And I, Kevin Parker, Vance Joy, Delta Goodrem, Dean Lewis, Crowded House and Jimmy Barnes.

“I’m humbled and proud to receive this No. 1 award from ARIA on behalf of all the incredible artists who stepped up at the eleventh hour and delivered for ‘Music From The Home Front’, ‘Support Act’, ‘the RSL’ and all the front line workers,” comments Mushroom Group chairman Michael Gudinski, who masterminded the project.

“I want to thank them all, and I’m also immensely proud of the Mushroom Team, Channel 9 and of course all the media that helped promote this most significant event. ‘Music From The Home Front’ is in the Top 5 moments of my life and I will never forget this unprecedented event that will remain etched in Australian music history”.

All profits from the album go to Support Act, the charity that delivers crisis relief services to artists, crew and music workers.

Coming in at No. 2 on this week’s albums survey is Bob Dylan’s Rough And Rowdy Ways (Columbia/Sony), the legendary songwriter’s 39th studio album. It’s Dylan’s first appearance in

Article source: https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/9409490/music-from-the-home-front-beats-bob-dylan-australia-chart-crown

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