Over here! Overe there! Allegro's got celebs everywhere! Whether its the stars of stage, screen or something in between, we've got your fame fix right here in our hot little hands. From funny folks like Adam Hills and Carl Baron, songstresses Dannii Minogue and Jessica Mauboy, to old Aussie favourite Humphrey B. Bear, your next event will be one to remember with a guestlist like ours!
Lead singer and keyboardist of iconic Australian band The Whitlams. His solo sets are highlighted by stripped back versions of all The Whitlams classics including I Make Hamburgers, Blow Up The Pokies, You Sound Like Louis Burdett and the classic, No Aphrodisiac - all performed by Tim on piano and vocals.
One of the ABC's most respected journalists, Tony Jones anchors the ABC television's award winning current affairs program, Lateline which he began hosting 1999.In 2004, Tony received a Walkley for best "Broadcast Interviewing', for a series of Lateline interviews. Tony Jones currently also hosts the popular ABC political panel program Q & A. On the program, Jones regularly hosts national figures from politics, culture and the arts to discuss issues on the national agenda and face questions from a selected audience. Tony's challenging style provides a provocative and credible window on today's world. He is in great demand on the Corporate circuit as a consummate Master of Ceremonies, Corporate Facilitator of panel discussions and hypothetical.
New South Wales
Not much has NOT been said about the fabulous Tracy Bartram! Tracy began performing stand-up comedy in the mid-1980s while working in Melbourne in sales and marketing. The night she willed herself to walk on stage and perform 10 minutes of stand-up comedy at the Hilton Hotel was electrifying and the start of something new. The loop between the comedian and the audience was a realisation of her destiny.
With a wealth of experience rocking the dancefloors across the globe, TV Rock is a collaboration between two of Australia's highest profile DJ/Producers: Grant Smillie and Ivan Gough. It is safe to say that TV Rock is one of the hottest production outfits in Australia right now.
Vanessa Amorosi's debut single released in 1998, Have A Look, went Gold after only seven weeks in the ARIA charts. This achievement was followed by mega-hits in Australia and Europe with Absolutely Everybody and Shine, and at the age of 18 years Vanessa became the first Australian female to reach #1 on the National ARIA chart with her debut album The Power. Her 2008 album, Somewhere In The Real World, achieved top five position in the ARIA charts and is Vanessa's fourth Australian Gold Album.