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Saturday, April 25, 2020

Delta Goodrem joins Australia’s biggest artists for Music From The Home Front online concert – Daily Mail

Delta Goodren stole the show on Saturday night when she performed in the Music From The Home Front online concert. 

The Voice coach performed a moving version of Men At Work’s iconic hit Down Under. 

Better yet, the 35-year-old was accompanied by the band’s singer-songwriter Colin Hay, 66. 

Wow! Delta Goodrem (pictured) stole the show on Saturday night when she performed in the Music From The Home Front online concert

Wow! Delta Goodrem (pictured) stole the show on Saturday night when she performed in the Music From The Home Front online concert

Wow! Delta Goodrem (pictured) stole the show on Saturday night when she performed in the Music From The Home Front online concert

The night opened with Ben Lee and the other participants singing his hit song We’re All In This Together as a choir. 

Mark Seymour, along with his daughters Eva and Hannah, and singer James Reyne performed Throw Your Arms Around Me and Australian Crawl’s Reckless. 

Jimmy Barnes performed Working Class Man with his son Jackie, Diesel and a number of others. 

Good work! The Voice coach performed a moving version of Men At Work's iconic hit Down Under

Good work! The Voice coach performed a moving version of Men At Work's iconic hit Down Under

Good work! The Voice coach performed a moving version of Men At Work’s iconic hit Down Under

Classic: Jimmy Barnes (pictured) performed Working Class Man with his son Jackie, Diesel and a number of others

Classic: Jimmy Barnes (pictured) performed Working Class Man with his son Jackie, Diesel and a number of others

Classic: Jimmy Barnes (pictured) performed Working Class Man with his son Jackie, Diesel and a number of others

Tracks: Guy Sebastian (pictured) popped up on a few different tracks as well on his own hit, Battle Scars

Tracks: Guy Sebastian (pictured) popped up on a few different tracks as well on his own hit, Battle Scars

Tracks: Guy Sebastian (pictured) popped up on a few different tracks as well on his own hit, Battle Scars

Cool dude: The night opened with Ben Lee (pictured) and the other participants singing his hit song We're All In This Together together as a choir

Cool dude: The night opened with Ben Lee (pictured) and the other participants singing his hit song We're All In This Together together as a choir

Cool dude: The night opened with Ben Lee (pictured) and the other participants singing his hit song We’re All In This Together together as a choir 

The Voice coach Guy Sebastian popped up on a few different tracks as well on his own, Battle Scars. 

Rock legends Crowded House reunited to perform their beloved hit Don’t Dream Its Over. 

Tame Impala singer and songwriter Kevin Parker performed in his bedroom, delivering his tune Strictly Speaking. 

Latest hits: The younger demographic was also represented with Tones and I performing Forever Young

Latest hits: The younger demographic was also represented with Tones and I performing Forever Young

Latest hits: The younger demographic was also represented with Tones and I performing Forever Young

Throwback: Mark Seymour, along with his daughters Eva and Hannah, and singer James Reyne performed Throw Your Arms Around Me and Australian Crawl's Reckless. Both pictured

Throwback: Mark Seymour, along with his daughters Eva and Hannah, and singer James Reyne performed Throw Your Arms Around Me and Australian Crawl's Reckless. Both pictured

Throwback: Mark Seymour, along with his daughters Eva and Hannah, and singer James Reyne performed Throw Your Arms Around Me and Australian Crawl’s Reckless. Both pictured 

Amazing: Rock legends Crowded House reunited to perform their beloved hit Don't Dream Its Over. All pictured

Amazing: Rock legends Crowded House reunited to perform their beloved hit Don't Dream Its Over. All pictured

Amazing: Rock legends Crowded House reunited to perform their beloved hit Don’t Dream Its Over. All pictured 

Them too! The Wiggles popped in with a message reminding everyone to wash their hands

Them too! The Wiggles popped in with a message reminding everyone to wash their hands

Them too! The Wiggles popped in with a message reminding everyone to wash their hands 

The younger demographic was also represented with Tones and I performing Forever Young.  

Ruel played his hit Free Time, while Courtney Barnett performed Depreston and G Flip busted out About You.

Also performing were Amy & George Sheppard, Andrew Farriss, Archie Roach, Birds of Tokyo with West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Bliss N Eso, Dave Dobbyn, Dean Lewis, DMA’s, Jon Stevens, Missy Higgins, The Wiggles, Vance Joy and many more.   

The concert paid tribute to those working on the front line fighting coronavirus, as well as Anzac Day veterans. 

Good cause: The concert paid tribute to those working on the front line fighting coronavirus, as well as Anzac Day veterans

Good cause: The concert paid tribute to those working on the front line fighting coronavirus, as well as Anzac Day veterans

Good cause: The concert paid tribute to those working on the front line fighting coronavirus, as well as Anzac Day veterans



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