Singer / Musician Speakers

James Valentine

James Valentine is a broadcaster, writer and musician. Each afternoon from 1pm - 3pm he presents Afternoons on 702 ABC Sydney. He writes regularly for all major Australian publications, including a weekly column. He is the presenter and writer the ABC Television weekly arts show, The Mix. He plays saxophone and his Quartet has performed weekly at the Golden Sheaf in Double Bay for the last four ...

Jana Stanfield

Jana Stanfield delights audiences with her "Keynote Concerts", a multi-dimensional program which reflects her skills as a television reporter, entertainer and songwriter. She combines laugher, insight and her million-selling songs to deliver a one-of-a-kind program that has been described as "Sonic Soup for the Soul". Skilled at entertaining and empowering audiences, Jana has shared stages as an o ...

Jason Thompson

Jason is a Emcee, Host, Presenter, Singer, Impersonator, Actor and Comedian. He does this either as himself or as a one of his many celebrity characters or his original ones. Some of his characters are: Austin Flowers, Dame Edna Average, Queen Elizabeth II, Steve Ir-Winner, Scarlet Pimpernel, The Mad Hatter (Jonny Depp style) and his own female character Shirley Shagwell, an Indian character Vin D ...

Jazz Nouveau

Let Jazz Nouveau provide the soundtrack for your event. Sophisticated, sexy and stylish - Jazz with a twist. Jazz Nouveau is a groovy outfit doing sophisticated jazz and cocktail versions of pop and dance hits. Kylie and Madonna never sounded like this before! Whether it's the classic quartet comprising sultry female vocal, jazz guitar, double bass and drums providing the sonic backdrop for cha ...

Jenny Morris

Jenny Morris is one of Australia's most successful female singer songwriters. Described as Woman In Control, Jenny's first solo album went platinum, produced three hit singles and earned her an ARIA for "Most Popular Female Performer". Jenny's spectacular presentation, which includes a live performance of some of her hits, adds a very special aspect to any corporate event. ...

Jodie Joy

Jodie Joy is a versatile, polished performer with a powerful voice. With over a decade of combined experience within TV, radio, music theatre and touring stage shows internationally and producing nationally within the corporate market, Jodie is a accomplished performer working in Australia and abroad. One of Australia's finest adult contemporary vocalists, bursting with versatility, entertaining ...

Joe Camilleri

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 and Chained To The Wheel, has given his life to making music. Leader of two of this country's most successful bands, Jo Jo Zep and The Falcons and The Black Sorrows, Joe's music is part of our lives. . ...

Johan van Gelder Ensemble

Under the direction of vocalist and saxophonist Johan van Gelder this polished group performs smooth and entertaining renditions of well-known Jazz classics from the crooning styles of Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett to the hits of Nat King Cole. Whatever your music requirements are the Johan van Gelder Quartet delivers the right ambience for your event, providing an appropriate selection of mus ...

John Waters

John Waters is one of Australia's most recognised and respected film and theatre actors. Son of Scottish actor Russell Waters, John’s childhood was spent around film studios and appearing in minor roles. Arriving in Australia in 1968 he was cast in the US film Adam's Woman, landed the lead role of Claude in the 1969 production of rock musical, Hair alongside Marcia Hines, and later the role of Judas in Godspell. This quickly led to a flourishing career on stage, film, and television with ABC TV's Rush in 1974 earning him a Logie Award for Best New Talent, and quickly followed by films such as End Play, Summerfield, Breaker Morant, All the Rivers Run, Nancy Wake and Alice to Nowhere. From 1972 he hosted the children’s ABC program Play School for a decade, and regularly appeared until 1991, endearing him to generations.

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