The Australian Conservatives' #AC100 playlist is back in 2019 and has opened nominations for the hit songlist to celebrate on Australia Day
In early 2018 Triple J dumped our national celebration date for their 'Hottest 100' this year and Conservative leader Cory Bernardi stepped up, launching the hit AC100 playlist.
This year's playlist will feature nominations from Australian music fans, which you can enter here.
In his blog on the subject in January this year, Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi said Triple J's decision, "needs to be called out as complete BS".
Senator Bernardi continued, "If you like Australian music and want to celebrate Australia Day with some great home-grown tracks, the team at the Conservative Party will be putting together the AC100 playlist on Spotify, from your nominations. A collection of some of your favourite Aussie music to help you celebrate Australia Day."
Oh and the whining you can hear in the twittersphere is from snowflake musicians who complained that they were on this year's #AC100 playlist - some even threatened legal action. Senator Bernardi's still waiting for the writs to arrive.
Among the musical malcontents were Darren Hayes, Jimmy Barnes, Troy Cassar Daley, Spiderbait, Powderfinger and the Hilltop Hoods, who told Senator Bernardi to, "f*** himself" ... classy!
Senator Bernardi responded by saying, "Music is for everyone and they just need to get over themselves".
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