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.
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.
Richard Pleasance, Dale Ryder, Peter Farnan, Peter Maslen, Greg O'Connor, Ian Tilley, Dorian West, Mick Vallance
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.