Vance Joy wraps up Nova’s Red Room ARIA Week

Former Assistant Editor

Ahead of the 2018 ARIAs this evening, NOVA Entertainment wrapped up a week of sensational performances last night with Vance Joy.

It was the last of four performances at The Lansdowne in Sydney over the last week for Nova’s Red Room ARIA Week.

It all kicked off last Wednesday with Sydney singer-songwriter Vera Blue who treated a room full of die-hards to her new single ‘All The Pretty Girls’ as well as other tracks from her album Perennial.

She was followed by breakout artist Amy Shark, who is in the running for a huge nine awards at the ARIAs tonight.

Monday this week saw Aussie country legend Keith Urban perform his first ever Red Room to an exclusive audience of just 20 lucky listeners. Tonight he’ll host AND perform at the 2018 ARIAs.

Last night Vance Joy returned to the Red Room to perform tracks off his ARIA-nominated album Nation Of Two.

Radio Today recently caught up Claire Marshall, with the brains behind Nova’s Red Room, to chat about how the Red Room became part of the fabric of the NOVA brand.

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28 Nov 2018 - 11:09 am

If only NOVA got serious about Aussie music and took some risks. It might even move the greatest hits workday, especially when the youth audience is bleeding to triple j.

28 Nov 2018 - 12:19 pm

And just like that, Novas spins of Keith, Vance and Vera mysteriously disappeared.
But great support of Aussie music though

29 Nov 2018 - 4:04 am

Red Room is tired and old school now. Keith Urban wow they are really scarping the bottom of the barrel now. Nova = sounds tired. KIIS and 2Day thrashing them during the day.


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