Tributes are continuing to pour in for Michael Gudinski.
The Australian music legend died in his sleep at his home in Melbourne on March 1.
Celebrities from the music industry have paid tribute to the music icon who was 68-years-old.
Kylie Minogue wrote on Twitter, “Legend. Legacy. LOVE. A Titan of the music industry. One of a kind and forever family to me. My heart is broken, and I can’t believe he’s gone. Irreplaceable and unforgettable. I’ll always love you ‘The Big G’.
Foo Fighters wrote, “Thank you Michael Gudinski for giving us and countless others the best night of our lives. Over and over again. A true legend. We will miss you dearly. Rock & Roll will miss you deeply.
English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran shared a photo of himself and Gudinski enjoying a sunset, alongside the caption: “I’ll miss you mate.”
Actor Russell Crowe tweeted, “RIP Michael Gudinski Seems almost impossible. A towering figure on the Australian cultural landscape. I’m not sure we ever agreed on anything, except maybe Ed Sheeran. Still didn’t stop us from being mates for 30 years. I’m going to miss him deeply. My love to his family.”
In 1972, when he was 20-years-old, Michael Gudinski founded the Mushroom label and went on to own Australia’s biggest entertainment group.
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Written by Rekha Kulen