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Solo, Duo, Trio & Jazz Artists.

The Artists listed on the following pages are well suited to corporate events and are some of the best live bands currently playing around. If you would like to make a band booking, please note the names of the acts you are most interested in and either email us via contact us or call us on (03) 9520 9109

Featured Artist:

James Morrison



Lauren Elizabeth's Jazz Trio, which can be extended to a full band on request, is without question second to none in its field. Being one of the most sought after trio's in Melbourne, this jazz act is the industries first choice in jazz entertainment. 

Lauren Elizabeth, being daughter of Melbourne entertainer Bob Valentine, has gained years of experience both in and around Melbourne and internationally, and takes her audience on an unforgettable journey. Playing standards and acoustic pop on request, her band bring a refreshing edge to jazz music with an underlying hint of soul. 

Featuring special guests from Melbourne's infamous jazz scene, Lauren Elizabeth's jazz trio are perfect for your event.


Along side the DAN HAMILL BAND, Dan gets back to his roots where he takes on the Jazz classics you know and love.... X-Factor heralded Dan 'THE KING OF SWING' in 2016 with Chis Isaak quoting: 'When I hear you, I hear Sinatra!' and leaving James Blunt gobsmacked saying 'You can out Buble' Buble'!' There is quite simply no better sounding, 'smoking hot' young man in Australia at this style...

Starting as a 4 piece onwards, and having travelled internationally with this act, Dan is sure to give your evening the right lever of sophistication, mixed with some cheek and a little twist to ensure an event you will never forget.


In 1981 Tom was cast in the title role in the feature film ‘The Man from Snowy River’. It was an enormous box office success, and led to Tom being offered a succession of leading roles in Australian and international films and mini-series over the next several years. These included ‘Phar Lap’, ‘Eureka Stockade’, ‘Flesh and Blood’, ‘Windrider’, ‘Piece of Cake’, and ‘The Legend of Kootenai Brown’ as well as ‘The Man from Snowy River I I ’.

And then came 'Frank'. In Tom's own words... "After the success of ‘Frank’ it became clear that there would be an on-going demand for the musicians and I to provide entertainment for corporate events, to perform in concert for publicly-funded organisations and to appear at fund-raising nights for charities.

Thus we developed ‘Tom Burlinson - Swingin’ Sinatra Style’ in which we present a selection of songs from the show – essentially Sinatra’s greatest hits! I can be accompanied by a fabulous 16-piece big band for larger rooms or outdoor events, but we also have musical arrangements for an 8-piece ensemble if space is limited."


James Morrison is, by anybody's standard, a virtuoso in the true sense of the word. 

Besides the trumpet, this multi-instrumentalist also plays trombone, euphonium, flugel horn, tuba, saxophones, and piano. He debuted in the USA at the Monterey Jazz Festival and later performed at Montreaux, Pori, North Sea, Nice and Bern - playing with Dizzy Gillespie, Cab Calloway, Woody Shaw, Red Rodney, George Benson, Ray Charles, B.B. King, Ray Brown and Wynton Marsalis to name a few.  

He has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Royal Command performances for Queen Elizabeth II, and has performed for US presidents Bush and Clinton.


What do you get when Robbie Williams, Harry Connick Jnr and Michael Bublé meet Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr and Dean Martin?

………Rat Pack Reloaded!

Recreating the sound of the Big Band era in a dazzling show, the show features iconic hits from the 50’s right through to today such as New York New York, My Way, Feeling Good, It Had Better Be Tonight, Sway, That’s Amore and Fly Me to the Moon.

Rat Pack Reloaded stars three of the entertainment industry’s most accomplished and sophisticated leading men who have starred in music theatre, television and film right across the globe.

Performed to either masterfully recorded backing tracks, or accompanied by their very own live band, Rat Pack Reloaded is one of the most entertaining, audience interactive and versatile shows in town.



Have you heard the latest swing sensation? Pack up and come fly away with the best swing band around. Picture yourself dancing cheek to cheek with your loved one, to music of a time less hurried, where women adorned in hats and gloves were wooed by handsome strangers in the night. To a time when crooners like Sinatra, Dean Martin and Nat King Cole were making jazz a popular art form.


Starting out as a loop project to rehearse saxophone, The Mad Hatters is now Melbourne’s foremost live Electro-Swing outfit.  With recent Gatsby hype the Mad Hatters have been in high demand with their highly infectious remixed swing beats mixed with the incredible live vocals and live saxophone from Sammy Sax.  Currently vocalists include Emerson Alexander, Joshua Tavares and Daniel Livingstone.

Having performed as dj-sax solo version, The Mad Hatters can expand from the regular trio to include Trombone and percussion for the full effect band.  Other occasions have included double bass, accordion, acoustic piano, a second saxophone and electric violin.

With sets of Electro-Swing, Funky-Jazzy House, Deep House + popular soul music, The Mad Hatters can create a progressive soundscape of live music to build throughout an event.  They also have the added bonus of a DJ to play in set breaks and as required.

Generally requested to perform at more sophisticated functions, The Mad Hatters have a true party sensibility at heart and can rock a dance floor.


...fresh, dynamic and taking the corporate world by storm...
Backed by his 8 - 15 piece band, Beven brings to the stage a dynamic presence. His knowledge of how to please a crowd comes from over 20 years of national television, theatrical, concert and live performance experience across the country. Beven started his musical career at the age of 11 on Channel 10’s national television show Young Talent Time in which he starred for 6 years. 

He has since held lead roles on the stage and performed on the live circuit for over 10 years. He has been a regular performer at Melbourne’s Crown Casino for over four years and recently headlined “Showstoppers”. He has sung alongside some of Australia’s greatest and has extensive corporate and television experience making him well known to Australian audiences.


Launched by Pavarotti look-alike Angelo Falcone in 1998, the Three Tenors Tribute Show combine the voices of three professional performers and look-alikes with great dialogue, light comedy and the great arias and classics made famous by Pavarotti, Domingo and Carreas. 

The likeness to the Three Tenors is stunningly remarkable, the sound is incredible and the show is unforgettable. The show has performed at major Melbourne venues such as Flemington Racecourse, Crown Palladium, Ripponlea and the MCG along with many of Melbourne's major cabaret venues.


Presenting a unique & innovative blend of opera, music theatre, cabaret and comedy Pot-Pourri has been described as " a sensational group with 4 stunning voices, a pianist with pizzazz.... an unmissable and highly professional performance full of interaction and high quality fun!"

The performers - Tania de Jong (soprano), Dominique Oyston (soprano), Craig Macdonald (tenor), Jonathan Morton (baritone) and Adam Przewlocki (pianist), have all performed with Australia's major musical and opera companies. Pot-Pourri is highly sought after and performs to over 100,000 people each year at festivals, theatres, and major events. Highlights include 20 overseas tours incorporating Asia, Europe, the USA and the South Pacific.

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