Hosts of MUSIC FROM THE HOME FRONT named as global superstars join line-up

Delta Goodrem and Guy Sebastian
Source: Mamamia

Australian music powerhouses and The Voice Coaches Delta Goodrem and Guy Sebastian will join David Campbell and Melbourne radio star Christian O’Connell as hosts of Music From The Home Front, screening this Saturday on Nine.

Delta and Guy will both present and perform from their respective homes, joining viewers in an intimate Anzac Day concert thanking frontline workers during this Covid-19 crisis. David Campbell will be hosting from the Nine Sydney studios and ARN Pure GOLD Network host Christian O’Connell will present from his house.

In addition to the stellar line-up of artists already announced, it was revealed this morning that global sensation Tones And I will perform. She joins Andrew Farriss (INXS), Archie Roach, Bliss N Eso, Diesel, Emma Donovan, Guy Sebastian, Jack River, John Schumann & the Vagabond Crew, Jon Stevens, Lee Kernaghan, Lime Cordiale, Troy Cassar-Daley, and Vince Harder to perform from their own homes in a televised concert dedicated to the frontline workers against the Covid-19 pandemic.

It was announced yesterday Amy & George Sheppard, Dean Lewis, DMA’s,  James Morrison, James Reyne, Jess Hitchcock, Mahalia Barnes, Mark Seymour, Shane Howard, Tim Minchin and William Barton will also perform. This is in addition to Ben Lee, Birds Of Tokyo with West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Courtney Barnett, Delta Goodrem, G Flip, Ian Moss, Jimmy Barnes, Kevin Parker (Tame Impala), Missy Higgins, Paul Kelly, The Rubens, The Wiggles, Vance Joy and Vika & Linda Bull.

There are also set to be some surprises revealed tomorrow.

Set up by Michael Gudinski with some help from iconic Australian rocker Jimmy Barnes, Music From The Home Front is a big thank you to the essential workers, and is especially poignant on what is a sacred day for Australians. For those who have fought under our flags and those who serve on the frontline in the fight against Covid-19, we salute you on this very different Anzac Day.

Music From The Home Front will screen this Saturday, April 25 from 7.30pm on Nine and 9Now.




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