Time Out: your city or mine?

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In March, Josh Pyke was poised to launch his first album in five years, Rome, with a sold-out live tour. Like every other performing arts professional in Australia, he swiftly had to find different ways to reach his audience. The popular singer-songwriter explains to Mike how he was able to re-engage his fanbase online, and what the next few months might bring for artists who make a living through live performance.

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In March, Josh Pyke was poised to launch his first album in five years, Rome, with a sold-out live tour. Like every other performing arts professional in Australia, he swiftly had to find different ways to reach his audience. The popular singer-songwriter explains to Mike how he was able to re-engage his fanbase online, and what the next few months might bring for artists who make a living through live performance.      

(Photo credit: Jefferton James)

What is Time Out: your city or mine??

In your city or mine?, Julio Bruno – Time Out Group CEO, culture guru and global citizen – chats to the world’s most influential trendsetters, thought-leaders and policymakers about the stuff that’s shaping our cities. Bringing knowledge and experience gained from a globe-spanning career in sectors that include travel, technology, media and e-commerce, along with active involvement in the start-up world as an investor and board adviser, Julio takes inspiration from the remarkable ingenuity that has surfaced across countless communities during the Covid-19 pandemic to ask his guests about the trends, topics, individuals and ideas that are transforming cultural and city life.