Interview with Steph Miller

Click the link below to read an interview with Steph Miller, winner of the first Songs for Social Justice competition in Australia, 2012.

Vote for Lads of the BLF. A Roaring Jack Song

5 Song Set, an Oregon based Blog (“a semi-monthly five song music podcast, featuring an eclectic mix of generally upbeat music” to quote the blog’s website) is running a competition to determine the favourite song played during 2011, as selected by listeners. Podcast Episode 9 posted on May 6th featured, to celebrate May Day, 5 songs about unions and the labour movement, one of which was Lads of the BLF by Roaring Jack. So, if you want to vote for [...]

Songs for Social Justice Award

Following the lead of the UK Trust, the Australian Fund sponsors this national songwriting competition in Alistair's memory as an annual event. The Fund invites songwriters and musicians based in Australia to enter the 2017 Songs for Social Justice Award with a song focused on promoting equality and social justice broadly defined. The closing date for entries to be considered for the 2017 Award is 31 December 2016. For more information on this competition please see: For complete terms and conditions [...]

Launch of First CD Grant Program

The Alistair Hulett Memorial Fund is proud to launch it's ‘First CD Grant Program’ which offers small grants to assist musicians whose work has a social justice focus. The first round of awards begins in 2012. Terms and conditions are below, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us using the form provided below. Aims: The aim of this program is to assist with the production of a first album (normally a CD) by a musician [...]


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