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To date, Ronan has released five solo albums – three of which went straight to Number One.

Ronan is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the only artist ever to have 30 consecutive Top 10 singles in the UK charts.

With two sell-out world tours under his belt, an Ivor Novello and BMI songwriting awards, an autobiography, a role as ambassador for Christian Aid and sales in excess of 22 million albums across the globe, Ronan’s lengthy and triumphant career shows no signs of slowing down just yet.

joe camilleri


Writer of milestone Australian songs such as So Young, Hit And Run, Shape I'm In, Hold On To Me, Harley and Rose, Chained To The Wheel and Never Let Me Go, Joe Camilleri has given his life to making music in this country.

Leader of two of this country's most successful bands, Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons and The Black Sorrows, Joe's music has become part of our lives.

Elvis Costello and John Denver are just two who have recorded cover versions of Joe's work...

original artist - ricki-lee


From Ricki-Lee, the debut album, came her massive GOLD single success ‘Hell No!’ written by Audius Mtawarira (Delta Goodrem, Paulini), which debuted at #5 on the ARIA chart. This track spent 3 weeks in the Top 10, standing strong in the Top 40 for over 3 months. The clip was shot in Melbourne by the ARIA Award winning Bart Borghesi and choreographed by William Forsythe, who has worked with artists such as Kylie Minogue.

Ricki has been out & about with her new single 'Wiggle It' & has been seen on the last season of Australian Idol as a judge!...


Recently, in a dingy bar with the slightly unusual name of Drom on New York’s Lower East Side, Guy Sebastian found himself playing to an audience of eight. And he loved it. 

“I played a residency in that bar for a month, and no one had any idea who I was, but it grew from a few people to a few hundred people. The whole experience of doing that has been so satisfying,” says Guy. “It’s been really good for my soul.”

And a huge serving of soul is exactly what informs Guy Sebastian’s fifth studio album Like It Like That. If there’s one thing that this album will do, it will move both your feet and your heart and get right into your bones whether you like it or not. 

russell morris


In the late 1960’s Russell Morris became a teenage pop pinup idol with No.1 classic hits like “The Real Thing”, “Part 3 Into Paper Walls”, “Sweet Sweet Love”, “That Girl I Love”, “Wings Of An Eagle”, “Mr America” and “Rachael”. Now an Australian music biz cult hero, a host of hip young Australian bands such as “The Whipper Snappers” and “The Third Eye” have rediscovered his songs and brought them to the attention of a whole new generation. Cementing that even further was the success in 2001 of the Australian film “The Dish” which featured both his songs “The Real Thing” and “Wings Of An Eagle”. The film was a huge success in the USA and to top off such a successful year for Russell, top Australian band “Midnight Oil” also recorded a version of “The Real Thing”...

The Screaming Jets


Before Silverchair came along The Screaming Jets were the most popular band to emerge from the Australian industrial town, Newcastle.

More than Silverchair, The Jets' music is a product of that town. When the original band members were growing up in Newcastle they faced a future of either working in the steelworks and associated industries or not working at all. In a town like that the locals live hard, drink hard and want their rock hard. The Screaming Jets gave them what they wanted...

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