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The profile artists listed on the following pages are well suited to corporate events, gala dinners, awards nights or private functions & are some of the best known and well-loved in Australia.

If you would like to make an artist booking, please note the names of the acts you are most interested in & either email us via contact us or call us on 03 9520 9109. We have a cover band suitable for any occasion - corporate functions, venues, clubs & pubs.


Featured Artist:

Rhonda Burchmore

Australia's best loved voice.

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The Fabulous Singlettes are a playful, three-woman, post-modern musical celebration of some of the greatest hits of the 60's & 70's. Naomi Eyers ("As she moved through the crowd singing '..., four men in my row fainted." The Age) Melissa Langton ("...a knock-out voice, impeccable comic timing" The Age) and Melissa McCaig ("..Powerful, sassy performer"SMH) sing up a storm, plus of course dance moves to die for, frocks galore and beehives that are a triumph of hairspray over gravity. But it's the impeccable harmonies and sly, camp humour that have made this mega-girl group a hit all over the world. Yes, The Singlettes have been there and done that--from Sydney to London, Hong Kong to Berlin, and Vienna to Verona--spanning their own TV specials, Royal Variety Shows, and London's West End, and reaping a slew of awards and rave reviews along the way. The girls neatly exhume the bodies of a glorious era that had most of America's women performers staggering under the weight of hair-do's and lashings of mascara.


Take three beautiful young girls with vogue model looks, pair them with three electric violins and a contemporary fully orchestrated backing track and you have the latest corporate sensation String Diva. A classical cutting edge virtuoso, which will open or close your event with sophisticated, unique interpretations of some of the world's most loved classics. 
The repertoire can include an Australiana Medley of 'I Come From A Land Down Under' (Men at Work) & 'Great Southern Land' (Icehouse). As an option a didgeridoo player can also be part of this medley. 'The Habanera' from the Opera Carmen. - singer optional, (during this number the girls walk into the audience and serenade the clients). Mozart's 'Eine Kliene Nacht Music' the perfect Fanfare for the opening of any event. 
If a specific musical piece is required, it is possible to have it orchestrated to suit your client's needs. 
In a very short space of time String Diva are already creating an impact on the corporate scene, which is leaving many event organisers singing their praises.


Two gorgeous sexy divas, fabulous frocks, an accompanist and one of the most original acts in the corporate market - Yummy Opera is the perfect entertainment for your function or event... a wonderful blend of glamour, stunning voices and an hilarious show, unlike any other act in the corporate arena.


AFL football star Russell Robertson releases his first album, 'HIGHER' through Universal Music.

Russell Robertson is known as the highflying miraculous goal kicking forward for the Melbourne Football Club. Russell’s illustrious AFL career spans 12 years, 200+ games, club best & fairest, club leading goal kicker and he has represented Australia in the International rules series. 

For the past 14 years, Chris Doheny has been the voice of the Logie award winning ‘Footy Show’, singing the theme song and Football anthem ‘More than a game’... 


Review: Situated upstairs in the Sydney Hilton ballroom in front of 400 office professionals Strings on Fire wowed the audience by not only playing their instruments skillfully, but also by playing them whilst horizontal and on fire! The highly excited breakfasting audience soon forgot about what they were eating as the act had all 400 people up and clapping, with Nelly juggling swords whilst one of the performers played The Pulp Fiction theme on his shoulders.

'Strings on Fire is a unique act that held the interest of an awestruck crowd. They really started things off with a bang! We would definitely use them again.'
Big Fish Company


Guaranteed to get the party started! This show is full of colour and energy. From the hip shaking samba to the sensual salsa, katumba gets the crowd involved and gets your guests dancing like professionals by the end of the 30mins show. With a comical MC, gorgeous girls and masculine male dancers, traditional feather costumes and truly talented performers, your guests will be completely captivated. Katumba means the party god, and they are ready to party!!! Ideal for all occasions.

Samba Brazilian dance style
Latino Hip Hop
Axe Brazilian dance style
Conga line


It is a charismatic celebration of an era where entertainment revolved around big stars, big bands, big shows and big laughs.

The original Rat Pack, led by the Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra, also featured fellow stars Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jnr, Joey Bishop, Shirley Maclaine, Peter Lawford and fringe members Jerry Lewis and Wayne Newton with latecomer Liza Minelli joining Sinatra and Davis Jr on the world tour of the "Main Event".
The unique aura that surrounded this clan has never been surpassed. The Australian Rat Pack featuring BOB VALENTINE, MARTY FIELDS and Ms NINA FERRO salutes these stars and their era.


Patrick's highly energetic repertoire includes something for every demographic. He tailors his shows to the specific needs of each client. His shows include hits from the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's by Billy Joel, Neil Diamond, The Doors, The Rolling Stones and some current Top 40 favourites. Patrick is also passionate about country music and includes hits from Johnny Cash, John Denver, Kenny Rogers, Steve Earle, Lee Kernaghan, Willie Nelson and Garth Brooks, among others. 
Renowned for his extraordinary ability to motivate any crowd, he is, without exception, Australia's most popular and successful corporate entertainer. Patrick's energy and enthusiasm for life is totally infectious. He is Australia's ultimate 'motivational singer' - The Superman of Entertainment!

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