Winner of the prestigious X-Factor 2013, Dami Im resides in Brisbane with her husband and parents. Prior to the X Factor she was a music teacher primarily focusing on piano and vocals. Born in South Korea, Dami moved to Australia at the age of 9.
Album sales in excess of one million worldwide, a Top 10 single on the Billboard US pop charts, a No. 1 single on the Billboard US dance charts, a Top 10 single in the UK, a No. 1 single in Australia for 12 consecutive weeks, 7 Top 10 singles in Australia, a No. 1 single in Canada, Sweden and Finland, 4 albums reaching gold and platinum status and a swag of industry awards...
Toni Childs is an Emmy Winner and three-time Grammy-nominated recording artist
Timomatic has been developing as a solo recording artist and his debut album 'Welcome' was written, performed, and produced by Tim alone. He reached the Top 8 in So You Think You Can Dance, Australia 2009.
- Afro-Australia Music and Movie Awards 2014: Male Artist of the Year
- Sony Music Australia
- So You Think You Can Dance (Australia)
- Australia's Got Talent
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.
- Dannii For Target Designer
- Westfield Australia 2015 Style Ambassador
- The X Factor Australia
- Etihad Airways
- Australia's Got Talent
The Steve Clisby story has been largely unsung, however his has the hallmarks of a life lived in music.
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.
Lisa Mitchell burst onto the music scene with a string of successful independently released EP's before her debut album 'Wonder' became an instant classic and was awarded the Australian Music Prize for Album of The Year. Lisa embarked on a non- stop touring schedule including tours with internationals Mumford & Sons, headlining her own theatre shows and a sold out national Heavenly Sounds tour of Churches prior to the release of her sophomore album, the much acclaimed 'Bless This Mess'.
With a working background as a concreter, 24 year-old Johnny Ruffo has successfully managed to switch trades over the last year to now cement a solid foundation as one of Australia's brightest and charismatic new pop sensations. The talented young performer quickly emerged to become a finalist on the X-Factor, winning audiences with his pop/R&B style, smooth dance moves, good-looks, and magnetic performances.
Karise Eden has had a tougher life than most, and she's only 19 years old. A State ward who grew up living in more than 20 refuges, this once very shy girl found music after being fostered to a loving family who owned a music store.