Ross Wilson

Ross Wilson is probably the only person in Australian rock music who can’t make a comeback simply because he’s never been away. In a career that spans over 40 years, Ross remains one of this country’s most respected artists.

From Daddy Cool to Mondo Rock, as a solo artist, or as songwriter of A-grade classics such as “Eagle Rock”, “Cool World” and “A Touch of Paradise”, or producer of the legendary Skyhooks, Jo Jo Zep, The Johnnys, and more recently The Screaming Jets, Ross’s involvement with success has continued unabated. He fronted Daddy Cool and exploded out of the 70s playing rootsy 50s sounds. Then formed Mondo Rock who surfed the contemporary scene with chart topping singles and albums from the mid-70s to the late 80s.

As a solo performer and major songwriter he continued to achieve success and make his mark during the 90s and beyond with his songs being recorded by a diverse range of artists. Get ready to turn around once and do the Eagle Rock at the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games.

Date: Saturday 5 November
Location: Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

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Angry Anderson

Gary ‘Angry’ Anderson is best known as the lead singer of Rose Tattoo, one of Australia’s premier hard rock blues outfits. After stints with bands Peace Power, Purity and Buster Brown in the early 1970s, Angry joined Rose Tattoo as the blistering frontman in 1976.

Rose Tattoo’s hits “Bad Boy for Love”, “We Can’t Be Beaten”, “Rock and Roll Outlaw” and “Nice Boys” became internationally recognised anthems and the band went on to support acts such as Aerosmith and ZZ Top in the US.

After disbanding in 1987, Angry forged ahead with a solo career producing the famous ballad “Suddenly” and the rousing “Bound for Glory”. The band briefly regrouped in 1993, to support the legendary Guns N’ Roses, and again in 1998.

Rose Tattoo were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2006 and remain one of Australia’s most revered bands today. Prepare for one of the most raucous and boisterous shows to ever hit the Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games stage.

Date: Saturday 5 November
Location: Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

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