When it comes to booking recording artists for your event, experience is paramount. You have one shot to get it right, so it’s crucial not to leave the success of your event in the hands of inexperienced operators.
At Enhance, our expert corporate entertainment consultants have over three decades of experience in managing the biggest names in the music industry. We are industry leaders in presenting both International and Australian recording artists for events. With our deep industry contacts, knowledge, and negotiating power, we ensure you receive the best possible price every time you book an Australian recording artist.
If you don’t see the music artist you’re interested in listed below, don’t hesitate to call us on +61 2 9518 3944. Our expert consultants will assist you in finding the perfect artist for your event. Trust us to make your event a success with unforgettable musical performances.
Dannii Minogue continues her long-standing relationship with Seven Network by signing on for Series 6 of The X Factor Australia, 2015. In 2007 Dannii first stepped into the judging chair, launching Australia’s Got Talent where she completed 6 series, remaining as the only original judge on the panel during her tenure. Later that year, having proved to be enormously popular and a natural in the judge’s seat, Dannii was offered a role to judge and mentor on the UK’s highest rating television show, The X Factor. In 2010, four years later, alongside Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Cheryl Cole, Dannii decided it was to be her final series and certainly finished on a high. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Her act won the million-pound recording contract, up against One Direction and Rebecca Ferguson, becoming “Team Minogue’s” second victory. Her final series of The X Factor UK remains the most successful with an incredible final audience peak of 19.4 million viewers. As a three-time winning judge, twice on The X Factor UK and in her first year in Australia in 2013, she is thrilled to join new judges and legendary performers Chris Isaak, James Blunt and we also see the return of Guy Sebastian.
James Morrison is without a doubt, a musical prodigy. Besides being an exceptional trumpet player, he is an incredibly talented multi-instrumentalist who also plays the flugelhorn, euphonium, saxophones, trombone and even the piano. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Morrison was given his first instrument at the age of seven, he formed his own band at the age of nine, and at just thirteen years old he began playing music professionally in nightclubs. His passion for music took his career to an international level, and not long after his sixteenth birthday James debuted in the USA with an awe-inspiring concert at the Monterey Jazz Festival.
Delta Goodrem is a singer, songwriter, performer, pianist, actress and appears as a coach on the award winning talent show, The Voice Australia. At just 29, she is one of Australia's most accomplished female performers of the last decade, having achieved multi-platinum-selling status, eight number one singles and three number one albums. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. In 2011, Goodrem joined maestro Andrea Bocelli, the world’s most beloved tenor, as part of his US tour which was produced by David Foster. The tour with Maestro Bocelli extended to dates in Canada & Asia, singing such great songs as The Prayer and Canto Dello Terra to critical acclaim and forming a friendship and respect so deeply treasured.
The Hoodoo Gurus got together in Sydney on January 1st 1981 to play their first "show" in an inner city lounge room. Core members are Dave Faulkner and Brad Shepherd who are joined by Kimble Rendall, Rod Radalj and James Baker. No bass player. When the band sign with Big Time Records they consist of Dave, Brad, James and bassist Clyde Bramley. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Their first single was “Leilani”, followed by “Tojo” and “My Girl” which were both released in 1983.
Album number 1 “Stoneage Romeos”, was named Australian Debut Album of the Year and was released in America where it stayed at number 1 in the Alternative/College charts for 7 weeks, becoming one of the most played albums for the year on the college network. Drummer Mark Kingsmill joins in time for their first tour of the United States. The Gurus take on Michael McMartin as their manager.
Legendary Australian singer/songwriter, Ian Moss, is out on the road on an intimate acoustic, East Coast solo tour. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Ian performs tracks from his album Soul on West 53rd, featuring fresh takes on classic soul songs from the likes of Sam Cooke, Al Green, Otis Redding and Levi Stubbs, as well as all the Cold Chisel / Ian Moss classics, performed as only Ian can.
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 Recording 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.
Missy Higgins, the singer/songwriter from Melbourne has enjoyed phenomenal success in her homeland in spite – or perhaps because – of shunning the usual synthetic packaging and tabloid tackiness. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. In a world littered with disposable pop Missy Higgins is a welcome relief – passionate, sincere and proudly Australian.
Plucked harps, guitar climaxes, and retro, European disco. Sonically rich and impressively realised: Harvest Of Gold is the highly anticipated debut album from Melbourne's Gossling, 10 tracks of gorgeous pop songcraft, the gifted musicianship of singer/songwriter Helen Croome. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. With Gossling’s boundless talent and that dreamy, startling voice, Harvest Of Gold marks the arrival of undoubtedly one of 2013’s best Australian releases. “Hopefully with this album the people who’ve only heard my singles will realise the extent of my songwriting,” says Helen, who signed to Dew Process in September 2012 following three acclaimed independent EPs: 2009 debut If You Can’t Whistle, 2010’s Until Then, and 2012’s Intentional Living. “I want listeners to stick with me as an artist, and enjoy the progression I’ve made.”
A popular urban myth concerns a group of art students who passed themselves off as a band in order to con the local publican into giving them a gig in exchange for free beer. The deception worked better than intended, and the group came to be known as Mental as Anything. Nearly three decades later, they are still irritating the public with their highly listenable, idiosyncratic brand of garage pop. Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. A self-explanatory single to reflect their success, The Nips Are Getting Bigger, rose through the charts as did their fundamental understanding of the old adage that ‘for every action there is a reaction’. Ahead lay a very lengthy pub crawl which only the accomplished could survive.
Gabriella Cilmi is back. But at 24 the teen beauty who seduced the world with Sweet About Me looks and sounds very, very different. “I was searching for myself in music,” says Gabriella. “It took me to some strange and interesting places.” Areas of speciality include Recording Artists. Listen to her seductive, atmospheric, emotionally powerful new track, Sweeter In History, and you will hear a woman who has been through the wars, coming out the other side reborn.