Recording Artists

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Over the past 28 years, the Australian Girls Choir has delighted audiences across Australia and around the world with performances at major national and international events, on television and in recording studios; to become a much-loved Australian cultural icon. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. They challenge the traditional view of choirs, and are known for their ability to excite audiences with impressive choreographed routines, vibrant performance costumes and exquisite singing. They have a diverse and extensive repertoire including much loved Aussie tunes, upbeat and inspirational items, Broadway show numbers, songs from other cultures and of course Christmas Carols! Event organisers often comment on the girls professionalism, impeccable behaviour and their wonderful ability to connect and interact with different audiences.

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Winner of The Voice 2019, Diana Rouvas (born 29 January 1984) is an Australian singer-songwriter. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. If tenacity, fearlessness and creativity are the marks of a true artist, then Diana Rouvas was born for the role. A self-confessed perfectionist and dreamer-turned-doer, this Sydney-born vocalist and songwriter has lived and breathed music since she could barely speak.

For her upcoming single Heart of Goodbye, Rouvas collaborated with ARIA-nominated songwriter/ producer Louis Schoorl (Daniel Johns, The Veronicas, Tina Arena) and UK mixmaster Sermstyle, who produced the #1 smash Timber (Pitbull featuring Ke$ha). The result is a flavoursome, uplifting soul-meets-pop track that has its roots deep in 70s throwback cool, with a very on-the-pulse feel. “Heart Of Goodbye explores the comfort people find in staying where they are, even if it isn’t working for them. The song acknowledges the light and the dark, which ultimately make us who we are”, says Diana.

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Katie Underwood started her professional career in Australia as a member of the pop group Bardot, created by the TV show Popstars in 2000. Bardot achieved huge success in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, achieving double-platinum sales for their debut album and singles. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Katie left Bardot in 2001 and returned to the music scene a year later with Australian dance act Disco Montego with the #1 Club hit, “Beautiful” for which she won an APRA award in 2003. Katie continued her career in television, working as a presenter in the Channel 7 series Undercover Angels.

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Still in his 20's, Liam Burrows already is an Australian jazz sensation. In just over a year he enjoyed a meteoric rise to the top of the music scene whilst continuing to develop as an exceptional and unique entertainer, performing at leading venues all over Australia and overseas. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. He has earned the respect of fellow professionals and stunned the public with a mature vocal style and stage presence that is way beyond his years. Liam brings to his music a level of technical ability, scatting and realisation of phrasing that can only be described as incredible. Many describe him as a prodigy, whilst others call him the next Michael Bublé.
  • MusicOz - Best Jazz Artist 2012

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The eldest daughter of singer Jimmy Barnes, Mahalia has been obsessed with soul music since her teens. However, being the daughter of Australia's most popular singer presents its own set of problems. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. “That’s why I have taken my time,” says Mahalia, now in her early twenties. “I needed to make sure I had the sound that I wanted and that I could make an album that’s not just like Dad would make or like anyone else would make.” For the past decade she has been singing with the Jimmy Barnes band as a back-up and featured vocalist. Then, about eight years ago she started doing her own gigs in soul and jazz clubs around Sydney.

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Prinnie Stevens, better known as Australia's answer to Beyonce on the hit TV show The Voice is bringing her live show to audiences around Australia. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. With the hottest male and female dancers, a mix of club anthems and some of her original material, Prinnie continues to bring her raw and sexy energy that won her a spot on Joel Madden’s team.

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Monica Trapaga has achieved high-level success as a singer and entertainer around the country, regularly featuring at major Jazz festivals, corporate events, large council events and public shows. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Trapaga enjoyed monumental success with in the early 90’s with “Monica and the Moochers'” critically acclaimed album releases “Too Darn Hot” and “Cotton On The Breeze”. In 2003 she independently released, “Girl Talk”, recorded by her 5 piece, “Monica Trapaga and the Bachelor Pad”.
  • Monica and the Moochers

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In the last week of November 2011, Reece Mastin achieved more than many artists achieve in their whole lifetime. Aside from his slam-dunk popular win of The X Factor, Reece also managed to fit into his week a telecast performance duet with international pop-icon Kylie Minogue, signing a major-label contract with Sony Music Australia, releasing his debut single, securing his first #1 single, attending the Australia ARIA Awards, recording his eleven-track debut album, filming a music video for his hit single Good Night, AND turning 17 years old! Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Throughout it all, the confident and talented teenage performer has taken it within his stride, proving he’s made for this business.

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R'n'B soul team Kristal West and Zaachariah Fielding met four years ago but only recently melded their talents to form the duo ZK. Pointing to fellow indigenous artist Jessica Mauboy as a beacon for their aspirations, they are a lyrical blend of artists including Lauren Hill, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston and Beyoncé. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. As Indigenous Australian’s growing up in remote communities, both artists have struggled to have their voices heard, but that’s all set to change. The pair first met in Adelaide, where Zaacharia was cutting his teeth in the music industry as a member of an indigenous soul band. As their friendship grew and Kristal found her groove, they began performing together and collaborating as songwriters.

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In 2014 Thirsty Merc marked the 10-year anniversary since the release of their self-titled, double-platinum, debut LP with an Acoustic Anniversary Album and national tour. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Affectionately dubbed AAA, the album was a collection of acoustic interpretations of fan favourites including the band’s biggest hits, 20 Good Reasons, In The Summertime, Someday Someday, and Mousetrap Heart.