Delivered, Live was originally created to showcase Australia’s premier talent, amplified and with full lighting as you would see it if you were at a venue and supported with funding from the Victorian Government to ensure Victorian artists and crew were paid for their craft.
In this spirit of adapting to these unprecedented times this week we again pivot to keep Delivered, Live live music ethos going. Unable to have Victorian artists attend the studio, rather than replicating perform from home streaming events, we have moved performances to our studio in Sydney with NSW acts so we continue to deliver performances like you’re there in the band room.
The show will still be hosted by Henry Wagons, along with Myf Warhurst, and we’ll still have some of Victoria’s best comedians coming to us from their kitchens and lounge rooms. The show is still produced out of Victoria (albeit from our crew’s homes!).
To ensure that the show continues to support Victorian artists and crew each week Victorian artists who were scheduled to play this season will be paid as if they were doing the show.
This week, the show will be opened by Tamworth singer songwriter Charlie Collins, followed by roots-pop trio Little Quirks. Rounding out the lineup will be Aussie music icon Ian Moss.
Bringing the laughs will be self-identifying bogan-genius Brett Blake, and our regular recap on ‘the week that was’ with Sami Shah.
Delivered, Live made its debut in April this year as a response to COVID 19 forcing the world into lockdown. The show is made available to watch free on YouTube so as to be accessible to any who choose to watch it. However, for those that can afford it, tickets are available for purchase for a range of price points, starting from as little as $20 – less than you’d pay to see most of these acts in non-pandemic times.
The revenue from these tickets then goes back to the artists and the crew creating the show, plus a live music venue and crew member of each acts’ choice.
Delivered, Live Season 2, Episode 4
Saturday 15th August 7.30pmCharlie Collins