BRUCE MILNE

MUSIC INDUSTRY PEOPLE - AUSTRALIA


MUSIC INDUSTRY BACKGROUND / ROLES: Record Companyarian, Promoter

Bruce Milne is a independent Australian Record Label owner and Melbourne based music promoter. Bruce was the former label owner of Au Go Go Records and is the current owner of In- Fidelity Records. As a promoter, Bruce was a mostly known for his work as the liquor licensee for The Tote music venue in Collingwood during its battles with the Victorian Government's Liquor Licensing Commission.

Here is a brief summary of Bruce's experience and achievements within the Australian music industry:

  • Pulp! Fanzine editor 1977 - 1978
  • Label manager for Missing Link Records (1978 – 1982).
  • Fast Forward cassette magazine founder/editor 1980/1983
  • Manager the Blackeyed Susans and the Paradise Motel (1997 – 2000).
  • A&R Manager for EMI/Virgin Aust. (1999 – 2002).
  • Founder In-Fidelity Recordings (2002 – 2010).
  • Founder In-Fidelity Publishing (2004 – 2010), administered via Sony/ATV.
  • Co-owner/licensee of the Tote Hotel, Collingwood (2002 – 2010).
  • 3RRR weekly announcer (1978 – 1993)
  • Board of Director of Music Victoria (2010 – 2012)

Bruce is currently teaching Entertainment and Arts Management at AIM Melbourne.


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