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Guy Sebastian is the only Australian male artist to have ever achieved six number one singles and two number one albums in chart history. In 2015 he became the first Australian music artist to compete in Eurovision song contest. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Over the course of his career Guy has received 22 ARIA Award Nominations including Single of the Year, Best Male Artist and Best Pop Artist, and won the ARIA Award for Highest Selling Single for Angels Brought Me Here and Who’s That Girl.
Deemed as Australia's most successful rock & roll singer, Jimmy Barnes has certainly got some stories to tell. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Jimmy’s life has been a wild ride which has seen him reach unbelievable highs and plummet to devastating lows, which in turn forced him to wrestle his own demons. As the lead singer of Cold Chisel, Jimmy was the lead vocalist of the most esteemed rock band in Australia.
Australia's dance troupe Justice Crew is proof that dreams can happen. From humble beginnings in Sydney's western suburbs, the nine-member outfit became one of 2010's hottest talking points when they won "Australia's Got Talent". With the series win, they collected the $250,000 victor's prize cheque and a contract with Sony Music. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. “Winning the competition was like a dream come true,” explains Emmanuel “EMan” Rodriguez, the unofficial frontman of Justice Crew. “It was like a book which starts from where we came from, how Justice came together, how we entered the competition, and then winning the series. It was unreal that we made it so far. It just shows that if you work really hard, you’ll get there.” Taking out the competition is by no means the end of this story. The dancers split their windfall and have invested for the future – theirs and for other aspiring dancers.
Jessica Mauboy's career has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and her fame has exploded to a global level since her stellar performance as Julie in the award-winning film "The Sapphires". She has toured nationally and is set to release her fourth studio album in 2016. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Jessica has become one of the hottest creative exports to hail from Australia and with her energy focused on her music, there is nothing stopping her. Her third album “Beautiful” is an honest reflection of who she truly is, and has reached Platinum certification.
All of Australia knows her simply as Marcia, the diva with the most wonderful and distinctive voice that local pop music has ever heard. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Let’s face it, Marcia Hines being Marcia Hines is what’s endeared her to the Australian public for so long, starting back in 1970 when she arrived as a wide-eyed 16-year-old to take part in the rock musical “Hair”. In her hometown of Boston, Marcia began singing as a young child and by the age of nine had made her first public appearance in a church choir.
Sharon Corr is a Grammy Nominee, Brit Award Winner, singer-songwriter and violinist. In many ways a huge driving force of The Corrs, Sharon kept her profile low... a svelte, soignée mystery. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Now married and with two children, Sharon, not able to stay away from her passion, was already writing and recording her first solo album Dream of You. Her first single “It’s Not a Dream”, released in 2010, was A-listed on BBC Radio 2. Sharon took her courage in both hands and toured the album alone from 2011 to 2013, playing Europe, Australia, Asia and both North and South America.
Ciaran Gribbin is the singer of INXS. He is a Grammy nominated songwriter who has worked with artists such as Snow Patrol, Madonna, Paul Oakenfold and Paul McCartney and has also written and produced soundtracks for movies. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. In 2009 Northern Ireland music artist Ciaran made the decision to split from his band and take the path of a solo artist to give himself the freedom to write, record and perform his own songs in whichever format he chose, solo or with a band. He soon found himself working on shows and tours with many artists including Paul McCartney, The Script, Gotye, Powderfinger and James Morrison amongst others whilst co-writing with various artists including Paul Oakenfold, Groove Armada and William Orbit.
As Australia's most promising pop ingénue, all eyes are on Samantha Jade. Despite the US music industry trying to steal her away from us (with an international multiple album record deal), a twist of fate has ensured Australia has her back in our arms. Her Australian debut album (a self-titled collection of cover songs) and three consecutive 2013 single releases were certified smash hits, and now Samantha Jade is ready to turn it "Up!" with her next big hit album, "Nine". Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. “It feels like I’ve been away from music for a little bit, but actually I’ve been working on new material in the studio, as well as doing a few corporate projects, and of course filming the INXS mini-series,” Samantha says, talking about her career progression over the last year.
Tim Finn has enjoyed a unique and remarkable career. From his time with pop pioneers Split Enz (which he co-founded) and Crowded House to a successful solo career, Finn has shown no signs of slowing down, in the process penning such classics as Six Months In A Leaky Boat, Weather With You (with brother Neil Finn) and Persuasion (with Richard Thompson). Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Even his Anthology album (North, South, East, West) features new material and collaborations as well as re-workings of classic Finn songs. Tim Finn still has a need to be creative and inspired. It’s also transferred to the stage where in recent times he’s delivered career-defining performances at festivals such as Homebake and Bluesfest.
Tim Rogers formed the first version of the band with his school friend Nick Tischler and his older brother Jaimme in December 1989. The band's name was derived from late-night sessions under the influence of alcohol. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. This initial line-up was short-lived and by the end of 1990 both Nick and Jaimme had left the band. (In the band’s 1993 song “Jaimme’s Got A Gal,” Tim explains why his brother left.) They were replaced by the group’s one-time sound mixer Andy Kent (bass) and Mark Tunaley on drums.