On the third anniversary of the sad passing of Michael Hutchence, family, friends and fans will assemble at Michael’s memorial to pay homage to one of the greatest international rock musicians of our time. This year will sadly be a time of remembering Paula, Michael’s Love and Tiger’s treasured Mum.
You are warmly invited to join us around Michael’s stone at 3:00 pm on Saturday 25th November. Located in the Memorial Gardens of the Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Delhi Rd North Ryde, the site is becoming a place of pilgrimage as an increasing number of fans from around the world come to visit.
Michael’s lasting legacy is about to become the subject of a new documentary scheduled for release next year. A BBC Digital Television crew fly into Sydney next month to coincide with the anniversary. They are filming the final segment of a documentary on Rock Shrines and wish to interview fans at the 25th November gathering around Michael’s stone. The documentary has the support of Michael’s Dad who feels if they are going to make a documentary, this is the one to cooperate with. With filming completed by the BBC on John Lennon, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix, Michael’s anniversary will give opportunity for the world to see the huge impact he and his music has had on people from vastly different backgrounds.