Now then, before you all get over excited yes, we know not all these incredible names were born and bred here in our glorious state. Many were born elsewhere and grew up here, or were born here and took their natural born South Australian talent to other greener (only slightly) pastures. But, regardless of the nitty gritty these are some talented folks that are making (or have made) waves on a global scale and we're claiming them as our own!
Homegrown talent, Guy Sebastian, has teamed up with the TDU to deliver us a massive opening night party!
Starting Monday, iconic Australian television program Play School celebrates 50 years on air with an exciting series of Play School Celebrity Covers!
In an Australian first, audiences are set to see the premiere episode of this year’s The X Factor on Facebook from this Thursday
After seeing the professional production of The Phantom Of The Opera, 9 year old Gawler boy, Daniel Koek, decided that being a musical theatre performer was for him.
Congratulations to Adelaide's own Guy Sebastian, who sang his heart out for Australia's maiden entry into Eurovision. As well as making history, his super-catchy track 'Tonight Again' proved genuinely popular with voting audiences across Europe. In no particular order, here are ten reasons why we're proud of our Guy for slaying it at Eurovision 2015!
It’s official - Australians are excitedly gearing up to support Guy Sebastian in the Eurovision Song Contest this weekend. With Australia participating in the competition for the first time ever, eBay Australia can reveal Aussies have been purchasing truckloads of props and memorabilia to make it a night to remember and make sure the party guests are just as spectacular as the show itself.
To celebrate the Eurovision Song Contest (with an Aussie entry this year!), there will be a free public screening of the semi-finals in the city. Get on board!
Here at Glam we were lucky to catch Jules Sebastian in a rare quiet moment to have a chat about her life, her loves and her new role as an Ambassador for PlayKids.
Guy Sebastian captivated fans both young and old last night with his Madness Tour at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Hand made signs and shouted declarations of love were in abundance, fuelling the excited atmosphere.
There is just under a week to go until the South Australian Jockey Club (SAJC) hosts Adelaide’s biggest Melbourne Cup Party which will be highlighted by an after race concert by Guy Sebastian at Morphettville Racecourse on Tuesday, 4 November 2014.
Australia’s most popular music stars will help launch Christmas at Myer in each CBD store
The sound of hooves, the thrill of the crowd, flowers in full bloom, the greenest grass, champagne corks popping and a fabulously dressed crowd – it must be Spring Racing Carnival time.
Guy Sebastian will embark on his first ever national arena tour playing six shows as part of his ‘Madness’ tour, including Adelaide!
Opening for Keith Urban and Guy Sebastian is a big ask, but for Max Savage and the False Idols, it’s “super exciting.” The local muso is playing on Sunday night at the Clipsal 500 as part of the Bands on Track initiative.
Guy Sebastian may not think the world is ending in 2012, but his upcoming album, titled Armageddon, isn’t as cheery as we’d expect from the Australian Idol winner turned X-Factor judge.
What a night it was for the 25th anniversary of Australian music’s night of nights – the ARIA Awards. Winners Gotye, Boy & Bear, Cut Copy, Guy Sebastian; performers Delta Goodrem, Art vs Science and Kimbra, and Hall of Fame inductees Kylie Minogue and The Wiggles truly dazzled. And they were just some of the highlights.
With less than a week until the Australian music industry gathers to rock Allphones Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, on Sunday, 27 November for the 2011 ARIA Awards, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) have announced more performers and presenters.
A new collaboration between music legend Lionel Richie and Australia’s Guy Sebastian of Lionel’s hit single ‘All Night Long’ is now available for purchase and download from the iTunes store to raise funds for those affected by the Christchurch earthquakes and Queensland floods.