Oz Rock Artists

Our Australian rock bands and artists are the real deal. All the raw energy, genuine expression and on-stage antics that you’ve grown to love from the biggest names in Australian rock

Staged exclusively for your event, their live shows swell like rough seas, then wax subdued and subtle like an aged glass of red wine. The feelings you get during a show by our Oz rock artists are as diverse as the music itself. And that’s a true indication that what you’re listening to is more than just notes, chords and rhythm; its history.

We don’t consider ourselves musical geniuses in any sense (or is it genii?), but we do know the power of a good performance. Each time you pick up the phone to talk to us, or well-connected consultants are ready to collaborate alongside you with decades of experience.

So don’t delay, speak to an Oz Rock industry expert on 1300 884 485 now.

You know a music legend when you see them.

They have a certain swagger to them as they walk across the stage and sling their guitar around their neck, adjust a microphone, take a swarthy bass into their hands or grab their drumsticks and tighten up their drums.

It’s as if they are the kings and queens of their own musical kingdom, and they reign with a sort of creative genius that solidifies their standing in the halls of Australian rock history.

Below you’ll find a list of Oz rock legends based in Sydney, ready to travel any event that requires a mind-blowing performance. If your ideal Australian icon isn’t listed here, call us on 1300 884 485 and our industry experts will help you source the right talent for your next big event.

Whether you select Enhance for your first rock legend or your tenth, we bring the same confidence and excitement to your event that comes with decased of music industry experience.

Our well-connected consultants constantly communicate with you throughout the planning stage so that the day the stage goes dark and the crowd murmurs in anticipation, every singer, guitarist, drummer and bassist has everything they need to create a truly memorable event. And in the meantime, your audience enjoys a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Call us on 1300 884 485 today to begin your search for one of our Melbourne-based rock artists, or browse our acts below.

mark-seymour Image

award winner    has video

Mark Seymour is internationally regarded as one of Australia's best music artists. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Since making his name as the lead singer of Hunters and Collectors, Mark has enjoyed a stellar career as a singer and acoustic guitarist. He has also composed film scores, written and performed music for theatrical productions and acted. Mark reached Australian rock cult status throughout the 80s and 90s as the lead singer for Hunters and Collectors, the band performed around the world, a rollicking eight piece funk ensemble.
  • ARIA Music Awards 2001: Best Adult Contemporary Album - One Eyed Man
  • Hunters & Collectors (Music Group)
  • Mushroom Records
  • Sony Australia

james-reyne Image

   has video

James Reyne is one of Australia's most loved singer-songwriters. James led the seminal Australian Crawl to the top of the Australian music scene and followed this with a platinum lined solo career, releasing 9 solo albums to date. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. James hasn’t kept himself entirely in the studio or at live venues; his other projects have included hosting Dig TV for ABC 2, acting and some interview/hosting for various Foxtel VH1 specials.

pseudo-echo Image

   has video

Album sales in excess of one million worldwide, a Top 10 single on the Billboard US pop charts, a No. 1 single on the Billboard US dance charts, a Top 10 single in the UK, a No. 1 single in Australia for 12 consecutive weeks, 7 Top 10 singles in Australia, a No. 1 single in Canada, Sweden and Finland, 4 albums reaching gold and platinum status and a swag of industry awards... Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Pseudo Echo’s sensational chart topping achievements in the Eighties, kept them on an exciting rollercoaster ride through one of the most prominent music decades of our time.

daryl-braithwaite Image

   has video

It would be hard to find a voice that captures the mood of a song more perfectly than this on. It's the voice that soars with inspiration, soul and warmth. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. The voice of course belongs to Australian singer Daryl Braithwaite. In a distinguished career spanning more than 30 years, Daryl Braithwaite is one of Australia’s award winning premier performers.
  • Sherbet
  • Festival Records
  • Sony Music

boom-crash-opera Image

   has video

Boom Crash Opera would like to invite you to join them for a night to remember, celebrating over 25 years of their outstanding musical history by taking a look back at the bands remarkable career. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Boom Crash Opera formed in Melbourne in 1985. Initially based around the songwriting partnership of Richard Pleasance (guitar/bass/vocals 1985- 1992) and Peter Farnan (guitar/bass/keys/vocals), Boom Crash Opera also includes Dale Ryder (lead vocals), Peter ‘Maz’ Maslen (drums/vocals), Greg O’Connor (keyboards/guitar) and Ian Tilley (bass/vocals).
Richard Pleasance, Dale Ryder, Peter Farnan, Peter Maslen, Greg O'Connor, Ian Tilley, Dorian West, Mick Vallance

ross-wilson Image

   has video

In an extraordinary career now spanning 5 decades of touring, singing, writing and producing 'Mr Eagle Rock' Ross Wilson has seen his bands Daddy Cool and Mondo Rock and his songs, performed by the likes of Farnsey, Barnsey and Troy Cassar-Daly, regularly topping the Australian charts for 45 years. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Ross’ album released in 2010 was recorded in Nashville with ex-pat Aussie producer Mark Moffatt. The title track ‘Hell of a Time’ was originally written for Jimmy Barnes 1994 acoustic album Flesh and Wood, but now receives the traditional Ross Wilson rockin’ treatment.

tim-rogers Image
Tim Rogers is an instantly recognisable name and has earned critical acclaim for his unique Australian song writing and has endeared himself to a whole generation. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Tim Rogers formed You Am I with his school friend Nick Tischler and his own older brother Jaimme Rogers in 1989, though the lineup shifted around early on, settling on Andy Kent on bass and Mark Tunaley on drums.
  • You Am I

gotye Image

   has video

Belgium-born Gotye has been adopted by Australia and is the latest big thing to hit our shores. This multi-instrumental artist is an ARIA Award-winning singer-songwriter. Gotye got his start in pop band The Basics who have independently released studio albums and other titles since their beginning in 2002. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. A few years ago I made some music in my bedroom using mattresses and a 386. I called it an “album” (which was the style at the time), put a picture named Boardface on the front, and it went quite well. Some people even bought it on Compact Disc. I bought a new jumper (with a bear on the front) with the proceeds and everything was quite good.

joe-camilleri Image

   has video

So what do I love about making music? For me, it's always about the freedom. If I'm making music, I'm not thinking about anything else. I can actually get lost in it. As a young kid, listening to the jukebox was my salvation. It was the only thing that would get me into another space. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Not only did I know every song on the radio, I knew every song my mother had in her record collection. My mother would sing; it made her happy. She was a big fan of Ray Charles, she loved to sing and dance to his records. My dad hated Ray Charles with his whole heart, he thought he was a shocker. So there was a bit of family conflict there.
  • The Black Sorrows

dave-graney Image

   has video

At the 1996 Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) Awards ceremony, Dave Graney was named Best Australian Male Artist. With characteristic style, Dave's wardrobe for the occasion consisted of a pink, crushed velvet suit and a wig that would have made any self-respecting 1970s porno star jealous. By announcing tongue-in-cheek "the King is dead, long live the King", Graney accepted his rightful place alongside John Paul Young, John Farnham and Daryl Braithwaite in the King of Pop pantheon. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Of course, it had only taken the local music industry 16 years to acknowledge one of the most enigmatic and genuinely talented rock showmen this country has ever known. If paying one’s dues is the way to stardom, then Graney’s time was well overdue.