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 deliver energy and feeling as diverse as the music itself. What you’re listening to is more than just notes, chords and rhythm – its history.
We don’t consider ourselves musical geniuses but we do know the power of a great show. 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.
Beginning in Adelaide in 1973, it wasn't until 1975 that Cold Chisel consolidated into its definitive line-up. The first two albums, Cold Chisel and Breakfast at Sweethearts presented the live classics "Khe Sanh", "Home and Broken Hearted", "One Long Day", "Merry-Go-Round", "Shipping Steel", "Breakfast at Sweethearts" and "Goodbye (Astrid Goodbye)". Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. With accumulated album sales of almost 7 million and an unquenchable demand for tickets whenever they tour, the Australian public continues to reaffirm its deep connection with the inimitable Cold Chisel.
Jimmy Barnes is the heart and the soul of Australian rock & roll. His nickname, “Barnesy”, conjures up thoughts of rock music at an ear-splitting volume, and of soul standards given a unique reading. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Jimmy has been through it all, and literally lived to tell the tales. He has sold more records in Australia than any other local rock & roll artist. He has enjoyed fifteen #1 albums here – more than the Beatles – and for over 40 years he has delivered some of our most intense and iconic live performances. He is truly in a league of his own.
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 Australian music artists 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 Oz Rock 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.
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.
Midnight Oil, are certainly a band that has triumphed with its art regardless of current trends or the political or economical state of the world. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. ‘Capricornia’, the band’s 14th full-length release in February 2010, is innovative yet evocative summing up the spirit of this vast and strikingly beautiful country we live in.
Pete Murray is just out of the surf, looking the way he always does: fit, lean, up for whatever the day has in store. He exudes energy, all of it positive. Like his new music. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Years ago he took a complete break from his career as one of Australia’s favourite music artists, refusing every work offer that came his way, devoting his time to fathering his two sons and, free from the rock’n’roll lifestyle of late nights and early flights, hitting the surf near his northern New South Wales home.
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 Oz Rock 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.
Some muse that rock icons Dragon grew up with the Australian music scene and others affirm that it was Dragon that helped the scene grow up. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock Artists. Whatever the case, with hits flowing before Cold Chisel left the rehearsal room, before Icehouse had studied for their algebra finals, and before Australian Crawl had learnt to, Dragon had the nation captivated with “April Sun in Cuba”, “Are You Old Enough?”, “Get That Jive”, “Still In Love With You” and more.
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.
Legendary Australian singer/songwriter, Ian Moss, is out on the road on an intimate acoustic, East Coast solo tour. Areas of speciality include Oz Rock 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.