Sarah McLeod rose to fame for her notable work with the rock band The Superjesus, before taking on a solo career.
As part of this year's Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Johnny Young will be here with a line-up of past performers from Young Talent Time for a 50th Anniversary Reunion Special.
Johnny O’Keefe was Australia’s first rock rebel. There at the dawn of rock and roll music in the 1950’s, O’Keefe blazed a massive trail. Labelled ‘the Australian Elvis’, his wild ways cemented his place in local history. Australia loves a naughty larrikin, of which O’Keefe certainly was. His sometimes reckless behaviour eventually saw his career become derailed, but not from the hearts of fans.
The wickedly sultry Carla Lippis returns to Adelaide with the Australian premiere of her acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe Festival show, Cast a Dark Shadow.
This was a fine example of that smooth, sophisticated, modern New York cabaret, and an interesting comparison to the Weimar Kabarett of some of the other performances
Camille O'Sullivan leaves it in no doubt that she is one of the greatest living cabaret artists.
Carrie Rawlings has a great talent for telling a story and matching it to her favourite songs, as well as being a fine pianist and a terrific singer. Here is somebody to watch.
Tim Draxl and Eamon McNelis together brought Chet Baker into focus in an unforgettable evening of great music. Draxl not only looked the part but he also captured that romantic feeling that Baker imparted to so many of his songs.
She combines more than a touch of genius, a cheeky sense of humour and a very personable style to produce a performance that will leave you smiling for hours after.
Liz Callaway has appeared in countless musicals, concerts and cabaret performances. Her list of achievements is extensive.
His superb operatic tenor voice clearly pleased his many fans in the audience.
Donna McKechnie is a real trouper; even severe arthritis and the doctor’s pronouncement that she would never dance again couldn’t stop her performing.