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Christine Sullivan She has performed as guest or lead vocalist with James Morrison, Paul Grabowsky, Don Burrows, Graeme Lyall, Tony Gould, percussionist Alex Pertout, Chad Wackerman, guitarist Doug de Vries, David Hirschfelder, Slava Grigoryan, Joe Chindamo, drummer David Jones, bassist Jeremy Alsop, Art Garfunkel, Randy Crawford and Kurt Elling.
Six Moons: The Best of 1988–1994 Simon Hussey, Jeff Scott, David Hussey, John Farnham, Glenn Braithwaite, John Watson, Scott Griffiths Chuck Hargreaves, John Corniola, Andy Cichon, Brett Kingman, Laurence Maddy, Margaret Urlich, The Brasstards, Alex Pertout, Jeremy Alsop, Tommy Emmanuel, Stuart Fraser, Lisa Edwards, Nikki Nicoles, Richard Pleasance, Willie Zygier, Nicky Karawana.
Linda George (Australian singer) By 1986, George was a featured member of WJAZ, the Melbourne-based band which featured three singers, Penny Dyer on vocals along with Lindsay Field, Alex Pertout on percussion, Colin Hopkins on keyboards, Peter Blick on drums, Ron Pierce on guitar and Steve Hadley on bass.They performed regularly at the Limerick Arms to an enthusiastic fan base. WJAZ continued through to 1993 in various line ups. A later line-up of WJAZ was George, Dyer and Pertout, with Craig Newman and Colin Hopkins.
Debra Byrne In March 1994 she released her next contemporary album, "Sleeping Child", for which she co-wrote tracks with Pete Bowman, Paul Kelly, Paul Norton and Tom Kimmel; she also co-produced the album with Mark Moffatt. Session musicians were Moffatt, Jack Jones (of Southern Sons) and Mark Punch (Renée Geyer Band) on guitars; Joe Creighton (The Revelators) on bass guitar and Alex Pertout on percussion. It includes songs about her children, relationships, sexual abuse, substance dependence, loss and grief.
Alex & Nilusha Alex & Nilusha is an award-winning collaborative project led by percussionist Alex Pertout and vocalist Nilusha Dassenaike which embraces an authentic cross-cultural contemporary sound created and based in Australia but informed by many locations around the globe, including their profound personal Latin American and South Asian roots. They have presented their project in concerts, jazz clubs, festivals, on radio and television in Australia as well as in Singapore, Sri Lanka, Mexico and Cuba.
Powderfinger Powderfinger have collaborated with some artists; they had pianist Benmont Tench play on "Dream Days at the Hotel Existence". For touring or session work, auxiliary musicians used include Alex Pertout on percussion, Duane Billings on percussion, and Lachlan Doley on keyboards. For their second album, "Double Allergic", the group enlisted Tim Whitten as producer. The group approached American expatriate Nick DiDia as their producer for "Internationalist", and recorded with him at Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne. DiDia also produced the two albums which followed. In 2007 Rob Schnapf, producer for Beck, was asked to produce "Dream Days at the Hotel Existence" in Los Angeles. DiDia returned for "Golden Rule". Powderfinger's first music video, for the song "Reap What You Sow" in 1993, was directed by David Barker, an award-winning director. Film companies who directed other videos of the group include Fifty Fifty Films, and Head Pictures.
Alex & Nilusha Alex Pertout hails from Santiago, Chile, spent his early teens in Gorizia, Italy, and grew up in Melbourne, Australia, where he developed his musical skills, later graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts with High Distinction. He holds an MPhil in Music from the Australian National University. Pertout has recorded on hundreds of albums and motion picture soundtracks. Some of these include number-one-charting albums by Powderfinger and Daryl Braithwaite and soundtracks such as Crocodile Dundee and "It Runs In The Family". Pertout is a founding member of the Australian Art Orchestra led by Paul Grabowsky, with whom he has toured extensively nationally and internationally over the last nineteen years. Pertout has produced albums and is the author of Sight Reading: The Rhythm Book published internationally by Mel Bay. He is a senior lecturer in music at the Faculty of VCA and MCM, University of Melbourne.
Melbourne Jazz Festival McCoy Tyner Trio: McCoy Tyner, Gerald Cannon, Francisco Mela, Chris Potter, Jose James; Hiromi: The Trio Project: Hiromi, Anthony Jackson, Simon Phillips; Robert Hurst, Jamie Oehlers, Dave Beck; Terence Blanchard, Brice Winston, Fabian Almazan, Joshua Crumbly, Kendrick Scott; Rob Burke, Tony Gould, Nick Haywood, Tony Floyd; Dee Dee Bridgewater, Craig Handy, Edsel Gomez, Kenneth Davis, Johnathan Blake; Eli Degibri Quartet: Eli Degibri, Gadi Lehavi, Simon Starr, Aviv Cohen; Chris Potter & the Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra: Chris Potter, Kristin Berardi, David Theak, Murray Jackson, Richard Maegraith, Matt Keegan, James Loughnan, Darryl Carthew, Phil Slater, Andy Fiddes, Simon Ferenci, Jeremy Borthwick, Dave Panichi, Danny Carmichael, Justin Kearin, Carl Morgan, Hugh Barrett, Brendan Clarke, Jamie Cameron; Future Now: Taylor McFerrin, Jose James, Takuya Kuroda, Kris Bowers, Solomon Dorsey, Nate Smith; Robert Glasper Experiment: Robert Glasper, Casey Benjamin, Derrick Hodge, Mark Colenberg, Patti Austin, Michael Ricchiuti, Evan Gregor, Ross Glen Pederson, Sally Mortenson, Annabelle Tunley, Rachael Head, Albare, Antonio Sanchez, Evri Evripedou, George Garzone, Hendrick Meurkens, Leo Genovese; Dr Lonnie Smith Trio: Dr Lonnie Smith, Jonathan Kreisberg, Jamire Williams; Renaud Garcia-Fons Arcoluz Trio: Renaud Garcia - Fons, Kiko Ruiz, Pascal Rollando, Luke Howard, Janos Bruneel; The Fringe: George Garzone, John Lockwood, Bob Gullotti; Jordan Murray's North East Collective: Jordan Murray, Tim Wilson, Geoff Hughes, Frank Di Sario, Ronny Ferella; Samuel Yirga Quartet: Samuel Yirga, Feleke Woldemariam, Yoseph Hailemariam Bekele, Nathaniel Zewde; Black Jesus Experience: Enushu Taye, Mr Monk, Peter Harper, Ian Dixon, Cassawarrior, Pat Kearney, Zhonu Nui aka Future Roots, Hue Blanes; Tarbaby featuring Oliver Lake: Oliver Lake, Orrin Evans, Eric Revis, Nasheet Waits; Paul Williamson Quartet: Paul Williamson, Marc Hannaford, Frank Di Sario, Antony Floyd; Another Place Some Other Time: Joe Chindamo, Nigel Maclean, Zoe Black, Alex Pertout, Phil Rex, Danny Farrugia; Three Lanes: Andrea Keller, Genevieve Lacey, Joe Talia; The Dough de Vries Trio present Baden Powell and the Afro-Sambas: Doug de Vries, Frank Di Sario, Alistair Kerr; Fish Boat of Fishing: Peter Knightm, Erik Griswold, Vanessa Tomlinson, Aviva Endean, Frank Di Sario, Joe Talia