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The SouperGroup

 

Bringing together 6 of Australia’s finest rock artists, electrifying guitar legend, Kevin Borich, has reformed the hugely successful band of the 90’s, PARTY BOYS, calling it now for the 21st century – The SouperGroup

The lineup is:

Angry Anderson- vocals [Rose Tattoo, The Party Boys]

John Swan - vocals (Swanee),

Kevin Borich Guitar vocals [ The La-De-Da's, The Party Boys, The Kevin Borich Express]

Izzy Osmanovic Guitar vocals [ The Screaming Jets, Judge Mercy ]

Harry Brus bass ,vocals [ Renee Geyer, Australian Crawl, Leo Sayer,The Kevin Borich Express]

Mick O’Shea. drums [ Rose Tattoo, Billy Thorpe, The Angels]

ABOUT THE BAND:

Angry needs no introduction – Rose Tattoo are an Australian institution with their “down to the core earth” style of Aussie Rock, which has influenced many overseas bands such as Gun’s & Roses. Actor, TV presenter & motivational speaker, Angry’s ‘no nonsense style’ big heart and generosity has him on a very special mantel in Australia’s  folklore, which was well documented in the Channel 9 television programme “This Is Your Life”. He continues touring with Rose Tattoo and occasional special event line ups as The SuperGroup.

Swanee is blessed with a world-class voice, which is why he was asked perform at the recent  successful Led Zeppelin Celebration concerts. He has a very successful solo career with such hits as “Lady What’s Your Name”; “If I Were a Carpenter”;  and The Party Boys hits,  “ He’s Gonna Step On You Again” & “ Hold Your Head Up”, which made The Party Boys become a household name. Continually in demand, he performs all around Australia and also devotes a lot of his time to the needs of others in charitable causes.

For close on forty years, Kevin Borich has been thrilling audiences with his dynamic brand of blistering boogie.  Hailed by rock and blues audiences alike, Borich is one of the few artists who successfully straddles the two genres, loved and revered in both as a wicked songwriter, performer and guitarist.  With sheer guitar driven ecstasy-loaded  passion and raunch, Kevin Borich will take you on a musical epic from the deepest blues to the potent force that made him one of our hottest rockers and a phenomenal ax-man.   Originally from the New Zealand band of the ’60’s The La- De-Da’s (who had the classic hit “Gonna See My Baby Tonight” which he wrote), he then formed Kevin Borich Express in the early 70’s and has in recent times occasionally tours with his drummer son Lucius in Borich x Borich.

Izzy’s first name band was Judge Mercy who carved out a highly respectful path with their imaginative heavy rock in the 90’s.  He then joined The Screaming Jets who set Australia on fire with many hits, which have become Aussie Anthems, featuring in Triple M’s Essential Countdown. After 12 highly productive years with the band he decided to hang up his guitar, until now – so look out - Izzy’s juice’s are flowing again!

Harry Brus is the epitome of what a bass player should and can be. He has played with everybody who is anybody in the Australian music scene. So much so, he was selected to play in The Band that backed the Aussie performers on the famed “Long Way To The Top” tour and the recent “Let It Be” Beatles sell out extravaganza. His dedication has created a unique style that always commands attention and has the audience spellbound.  Harry has played with Australia’s finest including Renee Geyer, Australian Crawl, Matt Finish, Kevin Borich Express and Leo Sayer.

Mick O’Shea has been kickin’ the engine room for many well known high profile bands during his colourful career including Billy Thorpe, Ian Moss, Rose Tattoo, Choir Boys and Dragon just to name a few. Mick has toured internationally and the talent of adding great vocal harmonies when needed keeps him in demand. He’s also done many drum clinics sharing his knowledge of how to make a band rock and the rhythm win. In 1995, he was voted Best Hard Rock Drummer by readers of “Skinful” magazine.

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