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The Q150 Big Jam live music event: Raw video files of performances.

Queensland University of Technology
Professor Philip Graham (Associated with)
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Video footage of live performances by Brisbane related musicians and bands as part of the Q150 Big Jam live music event. Musicians celebrated the City of Brisbane's 150th anniversary by attempting to enter the Guinness Book of World Records by playing rock music non-stop for 150 hours. Commencing on Monday, August 31, 2009, musicians tag-teamed performing for just over six days at the Gasworks Studio, New Farm. The final artists were transported to the Botanic Gardens Riverstage, Brisbane for a finale concert on Sunday, September 6, 2009. The video files They are in different formats including m4v (video file format developed by Apple); .mp3 (audio file format), and .mov (QuickTime multimedia file format).

Data time period: 08 2009 to 09 2009

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