Live Bands

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Mark Seymour is internationally regarded as one of Australia's best music artists. Areas of speciality include Live Bands. 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

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Step back in time and boogie on down to the biggest hits from the 70s and 80s with Tim Campbell and his band. Areas of speciality include Live Bands. Tim Campbell, host of Channel Nine’s hit show The Celebrity Singing Bee is ready to shake his groove thing for your next event. Featuring songs from KC & The Sunshine Band, Kool & The Gang, The Jackson 5, Lionel Ritchie, Wham!, Gloria Gaynor, The Knack and many more.

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Songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Gotye is the music-making mantle of one-man band, Wally de Backer. Areas of speciality include Live Bands. A few years ago his indie album, Like Drawing Blood, became an underground classic and saw Gotye collect the 2007 ARIA Award for Best Male Artist.
  • Grammy Awards - Best Australian Contemporary Concert (2018)
  • Grammy Awards - Record of the Year (2013)
  • Grammy Awards - Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (2013)
  • Grammy Awards - Best Alternative Music Album (2013)
  • APRA Music Awards - Most Played Australian Work Overseas (2013)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Album of the Year (2012)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Pop Release (2012)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Cover Artist (Frank de Backer) (2012)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Male Artist (2012)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Australian Live Act (2012)
  • MTV Europe Music Awards - Best Australia & New Zealand Act (2012)
  • APRA Music Awards - Song of the Year (2012)
  • APRA Music Awards - Most-played Australian work (2012)
  • APRA Music Awards - Songwriter of the Year (2012)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Male Artist (2011)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Producer of the Year (2011)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Video (Natasha Pincus) (2011)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Pop Release (2011)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Single of the Year (2011)
  • ARIA Music Awards - Best Male Artist (2007)
  • AIR Awards - Most Outstanding New Independent Artist (2006)

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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 Live Bands. 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.

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Most bands' first experience of the European touring circuit involves a clapped out van and a handful of Wednesday night shows but then again, Evermore aren't most bands. Areas of speciality include Live Bands. After supporting P!nk on her recordbreaking Australian tour, she was so impressed by the band that her management specifically requested that Evermore join her on the European leg of her Funhouse juggernaut.

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Born in Melbourne, raised in Adelaide The Voice contestant Chris Sebastian took an interest to music at a very early age. Chris was 13 when he realised that music was what he wanted to do with his life. Mucking around with the Cool Edit program, he recorded himself singing along to a Babyface track. "It was kind of karaoke," he recalls, "but when I heard my voice, I thought, 'This is it, music is what I'm going to do." Areas of speciality include Live Bands. After his brother Guy won the first Australian Idol, the producers approached Chris, wanting him to be on the show. But he decided to follow his own path, forging his own way in the music world. “A lot of people think it’s been easy with my last name,” Chris says, “but it hasn’t been. I need to prove myself as an artist. And, of course, I have a lot to live up to, though our music is very different.”

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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 Live Bands. 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

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The Models celebrate the musical adventurousness, sly humour and pioneering nature of the early Australian alternative music scene with a sound that is as fresh now as it was then. Areas of speciality include Live Bands. The Models first gained notoriety in the early 80s with ground breaking mini album Cut Lunch but it was their first long player The Pleasure Of Your Company featuring the hit I Hear A Motion which cracked it commercially for the band and scored them the opening slot for David Bowies Serious Moonlight Tour.
  • Mushroom Records
  • Geffen Records
  • A&M Records
  • Shock Records
  • Festival Records
Janis Freidenfelds aka Johnny Crash (drums), Sean Kelly (guitar clarinet & vocals), Peter Sutcliffe aka Pierre Voltaire (bass guitar), Ash Wednesday (keyboards), Mark Ferrie (bass guitar), Andrew Duffield (keyboards), Mark Hough aka Buster Stiggs (drums), James Freud (bass guitar & vocals), John Rowell (guitar), Graham Scott (drums), Barton Price (drums), Gus Till (keyboards), James Valentine (saxophone), Roger Mason (keyboards & backing vocals), Kate Ceberano (backing vocals), Zan Abeyratne (backing vocals), Sherine Abeyratne (backing vocals), Wendy Matthews (backing vocals), Jackson Freud (guitar), Tim Rosewarne (keyboards), Cameron Goold (drums)

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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 Live Bands. 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

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With a career spanning over thirty years, Icehouse has continued to transcend age groups with their hit songs that are well known and loved by audiences across several generations. Areas of speciality include Live Bands. Playing to sell-out audiences throughout Australian and extensively toured internationally, Icehouse started out as a pub rock band called Flowers, who were the highest-paid unsigned act in Australia at the time.