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||Suzie G & Anna Maria La spina supporting Darren Hayes @ the Opera House - July 4&5
Over 2500 people packed the Sydney Opera House concert Hall to see international pop sensation Darren Hayes perform with his live band** Suzie G was asked specially to perform with London based singer Anna Maria La Spina and pianist Stu Hunter** The audience loved Anna's show and we hear she was mobbed in the foyer after the show**
For more backstage info and goss visit Anna's website *****anna**com**au
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is Darren Hayes?
If the name doesn't ring a bell his music surely ought to. I
guess you're more likely to recognize him if I tell you that
he used to be lead singer in the Australian supergroup Savage
Garden. We are talking about the Brisbane duo who sold more
than 20 million albums worldwide in four years. They are responsible
for a ton of brilliant pop hits such as 'Truly
Madly Deeply', 'I
Knew I Loved You', 'The Animal Song' and many many more...
His first solo album 'Spin'
racked up close to two million sales and produced four singles:
'Strange relationship', 'I miss you' och 'Crush (1980 me).
On his second solo album, 'The
Tension and The Spark', Hayes dropped Savage Garden's soft
pop/rock pretensions for a more electronic sound. Teaming up
with hardcore underground electronic artist Robert Conley resulted
in a #1 hit single (Popu!ar)
on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play.