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Splendour directors Jessica Ducrou and Paul Pittico have been named equal second most influential names in the music business in the inaugural Australian Music Industry (AMID) Power 50 list, announced yesterday.

Top of the list was Mushroom founder Michael Gudinski. Promoter Michael Chugg came in at number three.

Bluesfest director Peter Noble was named 31st most influential, while regular north coast visitor, musician and philanthropist John Butler took 39thspot.


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3 COMMENTS

  1. If by influential, they mean bullying and manipulating your events into a community that doesn’t want them, they should have got 1st place.

    • Yes. there is music playing in this country now that has lost its deeper nature. The day that the music promoter joined the big developers and miners in their approach to community.

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