Jon Stevens

Jon Stevens, the lead vocalist of Noiseworks, performed with the band on Saturday 8th January 2005 on the steps of the Sydney Opera House at the Tsunami Benefit Concert. The performance has been critically acclaimed nationwide and internationally. Jon Stevens, one of Australia's greatest vocalists, led an inspiring performance which reminded Australia of the powerful impression that the band had carved out in the 80's and 90's. An outline of Jon Stevens' achievements are listed below:

Jon Stevens originally came into the attention of the Australian public with Noiseworks, who were without doubt one of the most successful bands of the 80s & 90s with over one million records sold from their 4 releases - Noiseworks, Touch, Love versus Money & Greatest Hits.

In 1992, Jon Stevens ventured into a new field, receiving huge critical acclaim playing the lead role of Judas in the multiple award winning concert tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. Shortly after, Jon Stevens also worked domestically & internationally on two solo albums "Circle" & the self-produced "R U Satisfied?".

Jon Stevens toured the world for three years, fronting the legendary INXS.

In 2000, Jon Stevens wrote, performed & produced the Sydney 2000 Olympics Games "Torch Relay" Anthem "Carry The Flame" and also ran with the Torch on the opening day of the Olympics.

Jon Stevens has just most recently released a new solo album. Taking its title from Jon's twenty five years in the music biz, Ain't No Life For The Faint Hearted is a redefinition of this established artist's musical direction. With soul, urban and R&B influences, the record is an embracement of Jon's musical roots and an exciting excursion from his well known Australian rock background.

Jon Stevens is now available for your corporate functions and events; performing all his hit songs with his band, as well as other favourites, which highlights his successful career.

Fee Range: E