During the 2014/15 year, the first year that the Stigwood program ran, there was a series of key activities that fellow participated in as well as support for their career development over the twelve months of the program.
2014 Stigwood Artist Fellows:
Bad Dreems have had a huge year during the Stigwood Fellowship, including sold out national tours and high rotation radio singles.
Echo and the Empress have had a productive and transformative year. They have recorded and written some of their best work during this time, and have had exciting new pathways present themselves as a result.
Jesse Davidson has had a great run of success as part of the Stigwood Fellowship, from recording internationally to a spot in Triple J’s hottest 100 and multiple high rotation singles.
Luke Million has had a strong year, including iTunes Single of The Week and some impressive licensing and performance showcases.
Tkay Maidza has risen to prominence during the program, to truly be one of Australia’s most promising international exports and bonafide stars. She has had so many achievements during this year, including drawing international attention and being awarded ‘Best New Artist’ at the 2015 Rolling Stone Australia Awards.
2014 Stigwood Industry Fellows:
Industry fellows were mentored by Stu MacQueen of Wonderlick Entertainment. During the twelve months, Stu analysed business models and helped them with strategies to develop their businesses. This contributes to the growth of the South Australian music sector.