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.
- Logie Awards: Silver Logie for Most Popular New Talent - Nina Tucker in Neighbours
- ARIA Music Awards 2003: Best Female Artist
- ARIA Music Awards 2003: Single of the Year - Born to Try
- ARIA Music Awards 2003: Best Breakthrough Artist
- ARIA Music Awards 2003: Best Pop Release - Innocent Eyes
- ARIA Music Awards 2004: Highest Selling Album - Innocent Eyes
- ARIA Music Awards 2008: Highest Selling Album - Delta
- ARIA Music Awards 2010: Highest Selling Album of the Decade 200-2009 - Innocent Eyes
- The Voice Australia
- The Voice Kids Australia
From a family prominent in the Sydney Ethiopian community, Fasika Ayallew's greatest challenge has been dealing with the cultural stigma surrounding her ambition to be a professional entertainer.
Winner of The Voice 2014, Anja Nissen is a young Australian singer, songwriter, dancer and actress from the Blue Mountains just outside of Sydney, Australia. Anja's love of music was encouraged by her Danish immigrant parents who have supported Anja in following her dreams, from junior talent quests through to concert stages. Anja is a unique young vocalist, whose incredible voice and girl next-door persona see her touch people with that intangible and rare "X factor". She began charming audiences when she was just 6 years old!
- will.i.am Music Group
- The Voice Australia
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.
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.
The Steve Clisby story has been largely unsung, however his has the hallmarks of a life lived in music.
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."
Daughter of two musicians and singing teachers, The Voice sensation Diana was singing at age four and writing songs at age eight. All through her teens Diana lived and breathed music so it was no great surprise when she dropped out of high school early in order to focus solely on her passion.
Star of The Voice Glenn Cunningham has been singing since he could speak, played piano since he was five years old, written songs since he was nine and played guitar since he was sixteen.
Straight from Australia's number one rated TV Show, The Voice "Pocket Rocket Diva" Danni Da Ros is one of Australia’s most talented, versatile and dynamic vocalists. Her powerful soulful tone, unbelievable range, and demanding stage presence allowed her make it to the top 4 in Team Delta on and gave her a number 19 single on the iTunes Chart with "Alone".