Electronic duo Nocturnal Tapes, Lachie Mulligan on electronics and Harry Suttor on guitar and vocals, at their 2015 Dolphin Awards ceremony in Ballina.
Electronic duo Nocturnal Tapes, Lachie Mulligan on electronics and Harry Suttor on guitar and vocals, at their 2015 Dolphin Awards ceremony in Ballina. Anthony Moulay AVimages

Dolphin Awards need your outrageous music memories

HAVE you attended the Dolphin Music Awards in the last 25 years?

Do you have photographic memories of outrageous moments on and off stage and the stories behind the images?

The North Coast Entertainment Industry Association (NCEIA) wants you to share your memories with them ahead of the 25th Dolphin Awards in December.

The NCEIA was formed in 1991 by a number of local musicians to promote and celebrate the region's rich music and performing arts industry.

The association needs you to help celebrate their 25 years by uploading your old NCEIA Dolphin Music Awards photos to their website www.nceia.org.au.

They will be celebrating 25 years with an extra special awards night this year on December 6 at the Ballina RSL Club.

 

FROM THE VAULTS: IN this image from the first NCEIA Dolphin Music Awards in 1991, the man on the right performed under an unmentionable stage name. Do you know who the lady in the photo is? Do you have any of your own classic photos from previous Dolphin Awards?
FROM THE VAULTS: IN this image from the first NCEIA Dolphin Music Awards in 1991, the man on the right performed under an unmentionable stage name. Do you know who the lady in the photo is? Do you have any of your own classic photos from previous Dolphin Awards? Contributed

Dolphin Awards organiser Mariska Pinkerton said this year's event will offer memorabilia displays, special guests, ten talented music acts on the night and more.

"As a part of the celebration, everyone who comes to this year's NCEIA Dolphin Music Awards Night will receive a glossy magazine which will feature your photos and stories," she said.

To upload your photos go www.nceia.org.au click on the 'home' tab and scroll down to 'share your photos' option.

You will be able to upload your photo and a little about it from there.

Ms Pinkerton ask those with photos that are not digital to scan them as a PDF using a printer or take it to your a local copy shop.

"Otherwise, you can contact us through the NCEIA's website for some help.


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