GPJ launches Telstra's MOG music streaming service with SBS' RocKwiz featuring contest between Michael Gudinski and Michael Chugg

Michael-Chugg-and-Michael-Gudinski-at-RocKwiz-MOG-launch.jpgEngagement marketing company GPJ Sydney teamed up with SBS show RocKwiz at Sydney's Metro Theatre on Tuesday night to launch Telstra's new MOG music streaming service.

GPJ managing director Peter Rix gathered the two most powerful players in the music business, Michael Gudinski and Michael Chugg to go head to head as team captains on the legendary SBS show with RocKwiz doing a private show, the first ever.

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It was one hell of a show. The titans clashed, the stars came out and performed, kicking off MOG's 16 million song playlist for the music industry audience.

Julia Zemiro and the RocKwiz crew dazzled, as a music industry crowd cheered to performances by Josh Pyke, Tex Perkins, Patience Hodgson (The Grates) Clare Bowditch and even a bit of a tune from Chuggi himself.

While the two Michaels went hammer-and-tongs, a tie-breaker made Team Gudinski the winner.

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