Sherbet fronted by Daryl Braithwaite is a band that will forever remain in the history books of Australian Music due to their phenomenal success.
Between 1971 and 1978, Sherbet released 15 albums and 30 singles, many reaching the National Top 40. Among these singles were "Child's Play," "Slipstream," "Cassandra," "Life," "Summer Love" and of course "Howzat," which not only reached No. 1 in Australia but obtained chart success in England and America.
As a solo artist he released "Edge" which was a huge success topping the Australian charts for many weeks before gaining multi platinum status. In 1989 it became the highest selling CD in Sony Music Australia's history. Five singles were released from edge, these being "As The Days Go By," "All I Do," "One Summer," "Let Me Be" and "Sugar Train."
Rise was Daryl's next release in November 1990. He felt the album was a little easier to record as it was more topical, and there were many things going on around him at the time that gave him inspiration.
The next album "Rise" also gained multi platinum status. The singles released off this album were "Rise," "The Horses," making it to No. 1 and was song of the year in 1991 at the Australian Music Awards, "Higher Than Hope," "Don't Hold Back Your Love" and "Nothing To Lose."