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Singer-songwriter Jon Stevens is recognised as one of the most talented rock musicians to emerge from Australasia.
His solo career took off in 1980 when, at the age of 16, he topped the New Zealand charts with his first two singles. His commercial success didn’t stop there, as Jon went on to front Sydney rock band Noiseworks, who released three platinum studio albums.
Jon went on to perform in the Australian production of the rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar, and following the death of his friend Michael Hutchence, he was asked to take his place as the lead singer of INXS and toured with the band.
He’s continued his success as a musician, songwriter and producer – and will be back on our shores in March next year to perform in four special shows along with local legends The Narcs.
Jon Stevens was Simon Barnett and James Daniels' guest for this week's Six and a Song.