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Ronald Belford Scott aka Bon Scott was born on 9 July 1946 at the Fyfe Jamieson Maternity Hospital, Forfar, Scotland to Charles (“Chick”) and Isabelle (“Isa”) Scott,...more

Initially inspired to create music using synthisiser's, Fusier's first contact with a synthesiser was a VCS3 (Pink Floyd), which left a marked influence for experimentation & a...more

Gordon Waller was one half of the 60's super folk pop duo of "Peter and Gordon". In contrast to today’s world of disposable artists, Gordon Waller was a...more

Ian Miller (16.06.1951 - 14.05.2009) started playing guitar 1964 … was a seasoned performer, producer, music publisher and educator. Ian's books have been published in Australia, NZ...more

Jean-Pierre Ranger is a multifaceted Canadian singer/songwriter based in Ottawa, Canada. His strengths are his stage presence, rich vocals, melodies, and the conviction and raw energy he...more

Michael Horsphol is one of the most gifted and talented modern day composers to emerge from the Australian classical scenes in the past decade. He has been...more

Pete Wells was the genuine 100% proof rock‘n’roll outlaw. Often described as Australia’s version of Keith Richards, he first came to fame in the early 70’s playing...more

Ray Columbus & The Invaders were the first New Zealand group to break big with the Beat Boom. They scored a massive Australasian hit in 1964 with...more

Since Sam Sarpong was a kid he can remember standing in front of the television watching LL Cool J, Will Smith, and P Diddy perform, knowing one...more

Serge is the son of Sergei Ermolaeff, a Manchurian born, Russian jazz orchestra leader. In China, Sergai worked as a drummer/musician, building a reputation as one of...more





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