Mushroom Records, which promoted the hit ‘90s group, will mentor First Nations talent trying to break into the industry, thanks to a new pathways program with Eddie Betts as ambassador.
If it wasn’t for Michael Gudinski, we may have never heard Yothu Yindi sing about “Treaty Yeah, Treaty Now.”
The founder of Mushroom Records was instrumental in promoting the Indigenous band in the 1990s and his son Matt, 37, is carrying on that legacy.
As Mushroom Records CEO, the younger Gudinski has signed onto the Coles First Nations Pathways Program to support Indigenous artists. This invaluable…