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Sound Relief concerts held in Australia to aid Victoria fire victims

Sound Relief concerts held in Australia to aid Victoria fire victims

Sunday, March 15 2009

by Kaustav Das Modak

Australian musicians participated in a couple of music concerts that were held together in Melbourne and Sydney. The aim of these concerts were to help those who suffered from the bushfire in Victoria.

Among the participants were singer Kylie Minogue, Midnight Oil and several other bands. Midnight Oil includes Peter Garrett, the environment minister of Australia. Garrett's band reunited for this concert and so did several other bands. Kylie Minogue mourned a silent night in the memory of the sufferers.

The concert was opened by British band Colyplay. Olivia Newton-John and Barry Gibb were also among the performers.

Over 100,000 people attended the concerts making it the best-selling concert ever in Australian history.

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