A music company specialising in artist management & event programming

DZ Deathrays



Multi-ARIA Award winning Brisbane two-piece DZ Deathrays have come a long way from the first house party gig that they formed for. Signed to I Oh You in Australia/NZ, Dine Alone in Canada, and Alcopop in the UK, they have made a lot of ground over the years including winning an ARIA Award each for their first record Bloodstreams (2012) and second record Black Rat (2014).

They’ve done multiple sold out tours of Australia, they’ve done 22 international tours with the likes of Blood Red Shoes, Cerebral Ballzy, and Band of Skulls. They’ve played Reading & Leeds, SXSW, CMJ, CMW, The Great Escape internationally and Falls Festival, Splendour In The Grass and Laneway at home. They can even add a stadium tour in support of The Foo Fighters to their bucket list.

2016 saw the release of two stand-alone singles ‘Blood On My Leather’ and ‘Pollyanna’ which they celebrated with a world tour with good mates Dune Rats. In 2017 they shared two tracks from their new record which saw the single ‘Shred For Summer’ enter the Hottest 100 at #67 and ‘Total Meltdown’ almost make it at #109. Their new record ‘Bloody Lovely’ debuted at #4 in the ARIA Charts and number one in the Australian album charts.

"Put simply, Bloody Lovely was made to throw yourself around to."— Narc
"Bloody Lovely is a Molotov cocktail of pulsating riffs, hard-hitting percussion and vocalist Shane Parsons' rambunctious delivery."— The Music
"DZ Deathrays still make a hell of a rock 'n' roll racket, but the guitarist and drummer appear to have learned the value of prioritising melody over constantly bowing down to the riff." — The Australian (4 stars)
"It’s an album that sounds organic and cohesive."— Upset


Donny Benét



Sophisticated Lover.
Working Out.

These songs represent just a small taste of the enigma that is Donny Benét.

Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Donny first burst onto the scene in 2011 with his breakthrough album "Don't Hold Back". Hailed by critics as "Prince on a serious budget cut" Benét is best described as the favourite nephew to Uncles Giorgio Moroder, Alan Vega and Michael McDonald.

2018 saw the release of his latest record 'The Don' to the joy of thousands of fans. Benét continues to deliver new songs and good times live across the world.


BIGSOUND Festival & Conference



BIGSOUND Festival is your annual opportunity to discover the future of Australian music. Running over four September days and nights, Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley comes alive with a global gathering of musicians, industry, brands, media and music lovers.

Movie Tribute Nights



The Movie Tribute nights were inspired by a celebration of the 20th anniversary of The Lion King.

Starting in Brisbane, the event showed the movie, hosted trivia on the movie, and then an all-star band of local musicians performed the entire soundtrack in their own style. The first two Brisbane shows sold out, before the idea was taken to Sydney where it sold out as well.

The performances featured members from The Grates, The Creases, Little Scout, Major Leagues, Rolls Bayce, Jeremy Neale, Richard In Your Mind, and more. Watch this space for more exciting Movie Tribute night events presented by Morning Belle.

About Morning Belle


Morning Belle is a music services company specialising in artist management and event programming. The company is owned and run by Maggie Collins, a Brisbane-raised and Sydney-based artist manager, programmer and radio broadcaster, who has been working in the music industry in a diverse range of roles over the past 10 years.

The proof is in the pudding when it comes to this company’s services and top tier position in the industry. Having multi-ARIA Award winning act DZ Deathrays on the management roster – and Australia’s biggest export music conference and festival, BIGSOUND, as its main programming client – is all a testament to the dedication, attention to detail, and expertise provided by Maggie and her team.

We work with talented, driven, genuine artists, whose motivation is not just to realise their own definition of success, but who have a strong sense of community and have their feet firmly planted in the ground.

Morning Belle got its name from a lyric in a song by the dearest and most talented Fergus Miller who sadly passed away in 2016. The company's name will serve as a reminder to forever strive for the same integrity and authenticity in its work, that Fergus had in his music.

Morning Belle is owned and run by Maggie Collins, a Brisbane-raised and Sydney-based professional, who has been working in the music industry in a diverse range of roles over the past 10 years.




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