So what? His citizenship is irrelevant to the situation. They might be able to do in that case is revoke his Australian citizenship if they wanted to be petty, but that's about all they can do. His website is hosted in the US, and so is subject to US law, NOT Australian law.
That's the point, Australia has NO jurisdiction over websites that are not hosted IN Australia - no country has such jurisdiction.
Artist's true vision?! Most music these days is mastered and compressed to hell, removing all the dynamic range that SHOULD be there, usually against the artist's wishes... At least with a live concert, while it's not "perfected", it's sure to be more true to the artist's vision.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Yet another example of entitlement
Simple solution - if it's copyrighted material and you don't want people infringing via so called hotlinking, then take a little extra time and setup some security on your site that disallows this kind of thing.
If you can't be bothered to go that little extra to protect your content the way you want it to be protected, get over it.