Nick Bennett

Australia - NSW

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Nick's experience as a multi-media journalist and broadcaster spans 30 years in both the Australian and International market place. He gains the trust of his subjects whose honest revelations often provide extraordinary insights. He's honored to have interviewed George Michael, Angelina Jolie, Robbie Williams, John Mayer, Sir Bob Geldof, Valentino Rossi, Neil Finn and Naomi Campbell. Nick has warmth and integrity in his approach to the entertainment industry and for this he is widely respected by his peers.

Nick was the interviewer on Shannon Noll's "Acoustic and in Conversation" National Tour. A natural MC, he's facilitated for
Barry Gibb, Ita Buttrose, Kiss, Lisa-Marie Presley, ARIA, MTV Music Awards, Blue Mountains Film Festival, The Byron Bay Blues and Roots Festival, Sound Relief, Wave Aid, APRA, KTM, The Ultimate Wedding Planning Party and Telstra Road to Tamworth.

A star radio personality, Nick has presented and produced prime time shows for ABC, Triple M, 2DAY FM, 2CH, Nova 969, Hope 1032, FOX FM, WS FM, The Voice of Peace and Radio Luxembourg. His syndicated radio shows include the globally distributed Qantas Rock on Q and the Big Backyard plus MCM's Rock 40 Countdown and The Beat.

Nick was editor and advertising manager of The Music Network.  Rolling Stone, The Sunday Telegraph, Billboard, Tracks,
 RM Williams' Outback, TV Hits and Cream have published his articles. Script-writing credits include the ARIA Music Awards,   ARIA Hall of Fame, Country Music Awards of Australia, and Channel Nine Presents. Nick wrote the album liner notes for Shannon Noll, No Turning Back-The Story So Far and, The Buttery.

Nick's a sought after voice over artist, facilitator and master of ceremonies, Nick brings his wit, warmth and empathy to every engagement.



Nick's quick wit and warmth makes him a great MC for events like Sound Relief, Starball, Live Earth and Shannon Noll-Acoustic and in Conversation
- Clive Hodson, Director- Perfect Pitch Publishing and Lecturer- AIM (Australian Institute of Music)

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