The music industry tribute at The Star in Sydney on November 23 is expected to honour the international success of artists Flume, Troye Sivan, Keith Urban, Sia and The Avalanches with nominations. Those who have commanded the top spot of the ARIA album and single charts in the past year who should figure in the industry and publicly voted awards include Jimmy Barnes, Hilltop Hoods, Delta Goodrem, Matt Corby, The Veronicas, Violent Soho, Rufus, 5 Seconds Of Summer and Parkway Drive. ARIAS 2015: HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE TINA ARENA’S SLAP DOWN Tina Arena, Jessica Mauboy and The Veronicas1:16 Tina Arena, Jessica Mauboy and The Veronicas singing Chains live at the ARIA Awards 2015 November 27th 2015 2 years ago /display/newscorpaustralia.com/Web/NewsNetwork/Entertainment - syndicated/ ARIAS 2014: KATY PERRY, ONE DIRECTION ON RED CARPET There have been just two No. 1 Australian singles in the past year — Flume and Kai’s inescapable Never Be Like You and The Veronicas’ left turn of In My Blood. But there were 19 No. 1 Australian albums, underscoring yet again the disparity between the fan support of records and lack of traction for homegrown songs across commercial radio and streaming services. SEVEN AUSSIE ALBUMS IN TOP 10 AND EIGHT SINGLES MAKE TOP 50 Mr Entertainment Robbie Williams is on the wishlist for ARIA’s birthday bash in November. Picture: David CroslingSource:News Corp Australia The 30th anniversary of the awards is expected to highlight the history of much-loved Australian achievers as much as the hype surrounding the new crew. ARIA and the major labels would surely be courting John Farnham — who swept the inaugural awards in 1987 — alongside other winners INXS, Crowded House and John Williamson. As for international honorary Australians, Williams is very likely to bring his smiling dial and cheeky irreverence to the proceedings. Firstly, he has a new record to promote in the lucrative lead-up to Christmas and he loves an awards gig, having commanded the red carpet and stage at the 2009 awards. The organisers desire the attendance of other wildly popular international favourites of Australian music fans including Pink, Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber,