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ARTISTS

Current Bands

  • Guy Strazz's Acoustic Wonderland Band (since 2018)
  • Steve Barry Quartet (since 2016)
  • Dave Goodman Quartet (since 2015)
  • Mark Ginsburg's South African Project (since 2014)
  • Warwick Alder & The Jazzgnostics (since 2014)
  • Jann Rutherford Discovery Band (since 2014)
  • Aaron Blakey Quartet (since 2014)
  • Trioflight (since 2013)
  • Francesca Prihasti Quartet (since 2013)
  • Glenn Doig Big Band (since 2012)
  • Cam McAllister Big Band (since 2012)
  • Fabric (since 2012)
  • Ten Part Invention (since 2011)
  • Steve Brien Quartet (since 2011)
  • Charmaine Ford Trio (since 2010)
  • Alex Silver’s SNAFU (since 2010)
  • Ron Philpott Band (since 2009)
  • Andy Fiddes Trio (since 2008)
  • Kevin Hunt Trio (since 2008)
  • Jazz Nouveau (since 2008)
  • Glenn Doig Trio (since 2008)
  • Glenn Doig Collective (since 2008)
  • Matt Keegan Trio (since 2002)

Previous Bands & One-off Performances

  • One-off (Dauno Martinez / Darryl Beaton / James Ryan / Dave Goodman (2018)
  • John Harkins Quartet (2018)
  • Slater / Dewhurst / Elphick / Goodman (2014)
  • Manins / Muller / Nock (2013)
  • Tinkler / Hurren / Undy / Goodman (2013)
  • Manins / Dewhurst / Nock (2012)
  • David Ades Quartet (2012)
  • Abel Cross' NeoBop Quintet (2011 - 2014)
  • Jeremy Rose / Jackson Harrison Quartet (2011)
  • Kinetic Jazz Orchestra (2011)
  • Tim Bruer Quartet (2011)
  • Matt Keegan Trio Meets David Ades (2009 - 2013)
  • Sean Coffin Quintet (SCQuint) (2006 - 2012)
  • Steve McKenna Quartet (2006)
  • Chuck Yates Trio (2005 - 2008)
  • Mike Rivett Quartet (2005 - 2006)
  • The Splinter Orchestra (2004 - 2005)
  • Dave Goodman's Game 1A: Chess (2004)
  • Hakuei Kim Trio (2003 - 2006)
  • V8 (2003 - 2005)
  • Set Sun (2003 - 2005)
  • Jazz Organism (2003)
  • Dave Goodman's Strange Loop (2002)
  • Jann Rutherford Quintet (2001 - 2003)
  • Dave Goodman Quartet (2001)
  • The Hailey Brothers (2000 - 2005)
  • Mark Isaacs Trio (2000 - 2003)
  • Judy Bailey Trio (2000 - 2002)
  • Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra (2000)
  • Richard Maegraith Band (1999 - 2000)
  • Robyne Dunn (1999 - 2000)
  • Fish Shack (1999)
  • New Music Congress (1998 - 2002)
  • Dale Barlow (1998)
  • Darrin Archer / Dave Goodman Quintet (1998)
  • David Theak’s Theak-tet (1997 - 2001)
  • Phil Stack Quartet (1997)
  • Gordon Brisker Quartet (1997)
  • Nick Southcott Trio (1996 - 2000)
  • Mike Nock (1995 - 1998)
  • Cathy Harley Band (1995 - 1996)

Deputy Work

  • Elysian Fields for Finn Ryan (2018)
  • The Swinging Blades for Evan Mannell (2017)
  • Dan Barnett Big Band for Andrew Dickeson (since 2011)
  • 'King Lear' (Sydney Theatre Company) for Simon Barker (2016)
  • Nic Vardanega Quartet for James Waples (since 2015)
  • Steve Barry Trio for Tim Firth (since 2014)
  • Aaron Michael Band for Paul Derricott (since 2013)
  • Galapagos Duck feat. Deni Hines for John Morrison (2013)
  • Sydney Jazz Orchestra for Jamie Castrisos (since 2013)
  • Galapagos Duck for John Morrison (2013)
  • Liam Burrows for John Morrison (2012)
  • Craig Scott Quintet for Tim Firth (2011)
  • Jess Green Septet for James Hauptman (2011)
  • Carl Riseley for John Morrison (2011)
  • Warwick Alder Quintet for Andrew Dickeson (2011)
  • Steve Hunter for James Hauptman (2010 - 2012)
  • Tom Burlinson for Gordon Rytmeister (2010)
  • John Leigh Calder Quartet for Hamish Stuart (since 2010)
  • James Morrison for Gordon Rytmeister (2009 - 2011)
  • Jeff Duff for Andy Davies (2008 - 2010)
  • Tom O’Halloran Trio for Evan Mannell (2008)
  • Wesley Carr for Hamish Stuart (2008)
  • David Campbell for Joe Accaria (2007)
  • Fiona Burnett Band for Andrew Gander (2007)
  • Galapagos Duck for Rodney Ford (2007)
  • Carl Dewhurst Quartet for Simon Barker (2007)
  • Inga Liljeström’s Elk for Michael Iveson (2006)
  • Gerard Masters Trio for Evan Mannell (2006 - 2009)
  • Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra for Evan Mannell (2004)
  • Joe Lovano, Judy Silvano, Kenny Werner & Cecil McBee for Billy Hart (2002, USA)
  • The Geoff Harvey Orchestra for Doug Gallacher (2002)
  • Matt McMahon Quartet for Simon Barker (2000 - 2004)
  • Bernie McGann Trio for John Pochée (1999)
  • Ten Part Invention for John Pochée (1998 - 2011)
  • Trevor Griffin Sextet for Ron Lemke (1998 - 2001)
  • Andrew Robson Trio for Hamish Stuart (since 1998)
  • Sandy Evans / Alister Spence Project for Hamish Stuart (1998)
  • Julian Lee for Alan Turnbull (1997 - 2003)
  • Sean Wayland Trio for Nick McBride (1995 - 1996)

In Australia With Visiting International Artists

  • Molly Ringwald, USA, vocals (2013)
  • Sara Serpa, USA, vocals (2011)
  • Marcos Verela, USA, double bass (2010)
  • Chris McNulty, USA, vocals (2002 & 2010)
  • John Sneider, USA, trumpet (2008)
  • Anita Wardell, UK, vocals (2001)
  • Paul Bollenback, USA, guitar (2000)
  • Bob Mintzer, USA, tenor saxophone (2000)
  • Johnnie Johnson, USA, vocals (1999)
  • Thelma Houston, USA, vocals (1999)
  • Venetta Fields, USA, vocals (1999)
  • Glen Tilbrook, UK, vocals (1999)
  • Bob Berg, USA, tenor saxophone (1998)
  • Daryl Grant, USA, piano (1997)
  • Bruce Paulson, USA, trombone (1996)
  • James Williams, USA, piano (1996)

With Other Notable Artists & Virtuosi Not Mentioned Above

  • Dane Alderson, electric bass
  • Sam Anning, double bass
  • Steve Arié, double bass
  • Bob Barnard, trumpet
  • Ray Beadle, guitar & vocals
  • Kristen Berardi, vocals
  • Bob Bertles, saxophones
  • Kerrie Biddell, vocals
  • Bertie Blackman, vocals
  • Bob Brookmeyer, USA, valve trombone
  • Miroslav Bukovsky, trumpet & flugelhorn
  • Brendan Clarke, bass
  • Matt Clohesy, bass
  • Bob Coassin, trumpet
  • Greg Coffin, piano
  • Lionel Cole, vocals
  • Jacki Cooper, vocals
  • Glenn Cunningham, vocals
  • Paul Cutlan, woodwinds
  • Sunil de Silva, percussion
  • Roger Dean, composer
  • Steve Elphick, bass
  • Billy Field, piano & vocals
  • Andrew Firth, clarinet
  • Roger Frampton, piano
  • Danielle Gaha, vocals
  • Ed Gaston, double bass
  • George Golla, guitar
  • James Greening, trombone
  • Leonard Grygorian, guitar
  • Lee Konitz, USA, alto saxophone
  • Joshua Kyle, voice
  • Tim Hopkins, tenor saxophone
  • Stu Hunter, piano & organ
  • Max Lambert, musical director
  • Paul McNamara, piano
  • Dave McRae, piano
  • Jodi Martin, vocals
  • Bill Motzing, musical director
  • Matt Ottignon, woodwinds
  • Asli Ozdogan, vocals
  • Peter Northcote, guitar
  • Dave Panichi, trombone
  • Paul Panichi, trumpet
  • Pat Powell, vocals
  • Ralph Pyl, trumpet
  • Don Rader, trumpet
  • Rufus Reid, USA, double bass
  • Victor Rounds, bass
  • Greg Royal, bass
  • Normie Rowe, vocals
  • Geoffrey Rush, actor
  • Nick Sinclair, bass
  • Guy Strazz, guitar
  • Hamish Stuart, drums
  • Lloyd Swanton, bass
  • Sydney Conservatorium of Music Percussion Ensemble
  • Rai Thistlethwayte, piano & vocals
  • Paul Thorne, trumpet
  • Bree Van Reyk, percussion
  • Craig Walters, tenor saxophone
  • Darcy Wright, double bass
  • Joy Yates, vocals


POPULAR LIVE SHOWS
 

King Lear produced by Sydney Theatre Company
- Roslyn Packer Theatre (January 2016) 

  • Geoffrey Rush, King Lear
  • Jon Rose, musical director
  • Dane Laboyrie, trumpet

Felix Riebl produced by The Cranbrook School
- Hordern Pavilion (December 2013)

  • Felix Riebl, piano & vocals
  • The Cranbrook School Boys' Choir


Molly Ringwald (USA) presented by Gail Boyd Artist Management
- Gold Coast Performing Arts Centre (June 2013)
- Melbourne Recital Centre (June 2013)
- Sydney Writers’ Festival (May 2013)

  • Molly Ringwald (USA), vocals
  • Peter Smith (USA), piano & musical director
  • Lloyd Swanton, double bass (Sydney & Melbourne)
  • Helen Russell, double bass (Gold Coast)


Freeway - The Chet Baker Journey written by Bryce Hallett, presented by Blake Entertainment
- Auckland Town Hall, Auckland, New Zealand (2016)
- Hayes Theatre, Sydney (2015)
- Riverside Theatre, Parramatta (2013)
- The Studio in The Sydney Opera House (3 nights, 2012)

  • Tim Draxl, vocals
  • Ray Alldridge, piano & musical director
  • Warwick Alder, trumpet
  • Shannon Marshall, trumpet (Hayes Theatre)
  • Dave Ellis or Max Alduca, double bass


André Rieu Gala Spectacular Tribute Show produced by Australian Global Entertainment
- Souths Juniors RSL Club (2013)
- Penrith Panthers RSL (2012)

  • Ian Cooper, violin & principal


Storylines concert presented by CCEntertainment and SONY Music (2012)
- Laycock Theatre, Gosford, NSW
- The Basement, Sydney, NSW

  • Steve Balbi, vocals
  • Danielle Blakey, vocals
  • Joseph Calderazzo, vocals, guitar & musical director
  • Lachy Doley, vocals & piano
  • Jeff Duff, vocals
  • Nicky Kurta, vocals & guitar
  • Jenny Morris, vocals


Carols In The City produced by Channel 7 and Brisbane City Council (2010)
- Brisbane, Qld

  • James Morrison Quintet
  • The Idea of North


Tom Burlinson Big Band presented by Ralwen Productions (2010)
- Rooty Hill RSL Club

  • Michael Harrison, piano & musical director


Australia Day - Jazz On The Water produced by Australian Jazz Agency (2010)
- Pyrmont Point Park, Sydney

  • Jeff Duff Orchestra
  • Frank Bennett, vocals
  • Jeff Duff, vocals
  • Grant Galea, vocals
  • Darren Percival, vocals
  • Monica Trapaga, vocals


Coogee Carols presented by Randwick City Council (2006 - 2017)
- Coogee Beach, NSW

  • Dr. Chris Brown, vocals
  • John Howard, vocals
  • Murray Jackson, alto saxophone, flute & musical director
  • Amanda Keller, host
  • Brendan Moar, vocals
  • Julia Morris, vocals
  • Paulini, vocals
  • Simon Pryce, vocals
  • Simon Reeve, vocals
  • Jaynie Seal, vocals


Mark Trevorrow - It’s About Time produced by Fatuxa Pty Ltd
- The Studio in Sydney Opera House (two weeks in 2003)
- City Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney (2004)

  • John Thorn, piano & musical director
  • Brett Hirst, double bass


Deni Hines managed by Bitchin’ Productions (2002 - 2003)
- Member of Deni’s first touring band Karma Suits Ya

  • Jacob Cook, turntables
  • Deni Hines, vocals
  • Jasper Leak, bass (2002)
  • Alexander Nettelbeck, keyboards & musical director 
  • Michael Sheridan, guitar
  • Cameron Undy, bass (2003)


Greg Page & The Geoff Harvey Orchestra (2002)
- Cronulla Leagues Club Auditorium

  • Geoff Harvey, piano & musical director


Rhonda Burchmore & The James Morrison Big Band (1998)
- Australia Day Celebration, Parramatta Park

  • Ray Alldridge, piano & musical director

 

TOURS & FESTIVALS (Local & International)
 

Kevin Hunt Trio 

  • Sydney Conservatorium International Jazz Festival (2018)
  • Kinetic Jazz Festival Sydney featuring Brenda Gifford (2014) 
  • Autumn Vibes Festival, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, NSW (2013) 
  • Kiama Jazz Festival, Kiama, NSW (2013) 
  • Dubbo Jazz Festival, Dubbo, NSW (2012) 
  • Kinetic Jazz Festival, Sydney (2011, 2010)

Steve Barry Trio & Quartet

  • CJC, Auckland, New Zealand (2018)
  •  The Jazz Lab, Melbourne, Vic (2018)
  • Wollongong Conservatorium of Music, Wollongong, NSW (2018)
  • Ubud Village Jazz Festival, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia (2017)
  • Wellington Jazz Festival, Wellington, New Zealand (2015) 
  • Kings Cross Ignite: Heat The Street, Sydney (2014)

Ten Part Invention 

  • APRA Art Music Awards, City Recital Hall, Sydney, NSW (2017) 
  • South-East Asia tour sponsored by Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade and Australia Northern Europe Liaisons (1998) 
    • Australia 
      • Sydney Opera House, Sydney 
    • Taiwan 
      • National Concert Hall, Taipei 
      • Kaoshung 
      • Taisung 
    • China 
      • Beijing International Jazz Festival 
      • Shanghai 
    • The Philippines 
      • All The Best From Australia Festival, Manila 
      • Makati 
    • Singapore

Jazz Nouveau

  • Mackay Mazda Festival of Arts, Mackay, Qld (2017)

Freeway - The Chet Baker Story 

  • Auckland Live, Auckland, New Zealand (2016)

Dave Goodman Quartet

  • Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues, Wangaratta, Vic (2015)

The Jazzgnostics

  • Manly Jazz Festival, Sydney (2015)

    John Leigh Calder Quartet

    • Hervey Bay Jazz Club, Hervey Bay, Qld (2014)

    Galapagos Duck

    • Fresh & Crispy Tour to Jacobs Well (Qld), Yamba & Bangalow, NSW (2013)
    • Newcastle Jazz Festival, Newcastle, NSW (2013)
    • Illawara Jazz Festival, Corrimal, NSW (2013)
    • Fresh & Crispy Tour to Barraba, Glen Innes, Bangalow & Bellingen, NSW; Surfers Paradise, Beechwood, Curramundi, Brisbane, Hervey Bay & Mt Tambourine, Qld (2013)

    Charmaine Ford Trio

    • Capital Jazz Project, Canberra, ACT (2012)
    • Kinetic Jazz Festival (2011)

    David Ades Quartet

    • Bangalow, NSW (2012)

    Matt Keegan Trio

    • A Little Lunch Hour Concert Series, City Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney, NSW (2012)
    • Freedman Jazz, Sydney Opera House (2011)
    • Sydney, Wollongong, Byron Bay, NSW; Canberra, ACT; Brisbane, Qld; Adelaide, SA; Melbourne, Vic (2011)
    • Sydney, Wollongong, Tamworth, Byron Bay, NSW; Canberra, ACT; Brisbane, Qld; Adelaide, SA, Melbourne, Vic (2008)
    • The Valley Jazz Festival, Brisbane, Qld (2007)
    • Sydney, Wollongong, Nowra, NSW; Canberra, ACT; Adelaide, SA; Melbourne, Geelong, Wangaratta, Vic (2005)
    • Jazz Now Festival, Sydney Opera House (2004)

    Mark Isaacs Trio

    • Kinetic Jazz Festival (2011)
    • Canberra, ACT (2003)
    • Bellingen Jazz Festival, Bellingen, NSW (2000)

    James Morrison

    • Quintet in Emerald, Qld (2010)
    • Quintet in Newcastle, NSW (2010)
    • Motown Band in Perth, WA (2010)
    • Quintet in Ravensthorpe, WA (2010)
    • Quintet in Brisbane & Noosa, Qld (2010)
    • Motown Band in Cobram, Vic (2009)
    • Motown Band tour to Mudgee, Ardlethan, NSW & Canberra, ACT (2009)
    • Quintet for New Years Eve celebrations, Sydney, NSW (1999/2000)

    Emma Pask / Dan Barnett Big Band

    • Noosa Jazz Festival, Noosa, Qld (2010)

    Andy Fiddes Trio

    • Jazz Now Festival, Sydney Opera House (2008)

    Gerard Masters Trio

    • Newcastle, NSW (2010)
    • Canberra, ACT (2007)

    David Campbell

    • Perth, WA (2007)
    • Jazz In The Vines, Hunter Valley, NSW (2007)
    • Sydney, NSW & Canberra, ACT (2007)

    Matt Baker Trio

    • Canberra, ACT; Goulburn & Cootamundra, NSW (2007)

    Christopher Hale

    • Melbourne, Vic (2007)

    Hakuei Kim Trio

    • Tour of Japan to launch Shadow of Time (DIW Records) (2007)
      • Kiryu
      • Yokohama

    Gian Slater

    • Melbourne, Vic (2007)

    Mudigdo / Kitigaki / Goodman Trio

    • Sapporo Jazz Festival, Hokkaido, Japan (2007)

    Fiona Burnett

    • Melbourne, Vic & Sydney, NSW (2007)

    Inga Liljeström’s Elk

    • The Sydney Festival (2006)

    Tigramuna

    • Coffs Harbour, NSW for Musica Viva (2004)

    Deni Hines

    • Sydney, Penrith, Mt Prichard, Wollongong, Nowra, Sussex Inlet, NSW (2003)

    Don Burrows & Julian Lee

    • Sutton Forest, NSW (2003)

    Judy Bailey Trio

    • Armidale, Tamworth & Bellingen, NSW for SIMA (2003)
    • Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues, Wangaratta, Vic (2001)

    David Theak’s Theak-tet

    • Yellow Glasses Tour to Sydney, Tamworth, Armidale, Bellingen, NSW; Canberra, ACT; Adelaide, SA; Melbourne, Bendigo, Vic
    • Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Melbourne, Vic (2000)
    • Big Day Out, Sydney, NSW (2000)
    • Melbourne, Vic (2000)

    Richard Maegraith Band

    • Bellingen Jazz Festival, Bellingen, NSW (2000)

    Matt McMahon Quartet

    • Jazz In The Domain, Sydney, NSW (2000)

    Darren Percival

    • Voices of Australia, Wagga Wagga, NSW (1998)

    Sandy Evans / Alister Spence Project

    • The Valley Jazz Festival, Brisbane, Qld (1998)

    Phil Stack Quartet

    • Dubbo Jazz Festival, Dubbo, NSW (1997)

     

    TV, FILM & THEATRE

    Liam Burrows

    • The Morning Show, Channel 7 (2012)


    Patrizio Buane (Warner Music, Italy)

    • The Morning Show, Channel 7 (2011)


    James Morrison & The Idea of North

    • Carols In The City, Channel 9 (2010)


    David Campbell

    • Today Show (25th Anniversary Special), Channel 9 (2007)


    Mark Isaacs Trio

    • The Pulse! ABC (2001)


    David Theak’s Theak-tet

    • The Pulse! ABC (2001)


    O’Loghlin on Saturday Night

    • Full-time drummer in variety show house band Fish Shack for 25 nationally televised episodes hosted by James O’Loghlin co-produced by Jigsaw Entertainment & ABC TV (1999).  Re-televised on The Comedy Channel (2000).  Performing live with guest artists:
      • Joe Camilleri (The Black Sorrows)
      • Richard Clapton
      • Stephen Cummings
      • Lily Dior
      • Dave Faulkner (Hoodoo Gurus)
      • Venetta Fields (USA)
      • Tina Harrod
      • Thelma Houston (USA)
      • Johnnie Johnson (USA)
      • Vince Jones
      • Jimmy Little
      • Matt Moffett
      • Craig McLaughlin
      • James Morrison
      • Jackie Orsaczky
      • Melanie Oxley
      • Emma Pask
      • Martin Plaza (Mental As Anything)
      • James Reyne
      • Tim Rogers (You Am I)
      • Glen Tilbrook (UK Squeeze) (UK)


    Mike Nock Quartet

    • Dr Jazz, ABC TV (1998)
    • Bodgie Dada: Australian Jazz on Television, ABC TV (1997) 


    TV Commercials

    • #unstereotype - UN Women UK (2018)
    • Map of the Heart - "What It Is To Dance", created and directed by Jeff Darling, composed by Hylton Mowday (2017)
    • Samsung
    • Red Rock Deli
    • Jacob’s Creek
    • Dulux (Barrier Technology theme)
    • Volkswagon Amarok (Dakar theme)
    • AFL 2009 Grand Final Team Anthems (with James Morrison)
    • Volvo
    • Glue Store
    • Mercedes Benz
    • Bonds
    • Uncle Toby’s Pool TVC


    Soundtracks

    •  Ladies' Day, Griffin Theatre Company (2016)
    • Live at Motion Blue Yokohama, Hakuei Kim Trio, Toy Factory Music, Japan (2007)
    • The Bank, ABC Music (2000)


     

    LIVE-TO-AIR / RECORDED FOR RADIO BROADCAST / INTERNET FEATURES

     

    Kevin Hunt Trio 

    Ten Part Invention 

    • Live-to-air on The Music Show with Andrew Ford, ABC Radio National 702 (2017)

    Kevin Hunt Trio

    • Live-to-digital-radio broadcast and recording for subsequent radio broadcast from Autumn Vibes Festival by FM 102.5 Fine Music (2013)

    Jodi Martin

    • Live-to-air on Drive with Richard Glover, ABC Radio National 702 (2011)


    Andy Fiddes Trio


    Ron Philpott Quintet


    Dave Goodman’s Ad Infinitum

    • Recorded for broadcast on Jim McLeod’s Jazztrack, ABC Classic FM (2002)


    David Theak’s Theak-tet

    • Live-to-air on Jim McLeod’s Jazztrack, ABC Classic FM (2000)


    Richard Maegraith Band

    • Recorded for broadcast on Jim McLeod’s Jazztrack, ABC Classic FM (2000)


    The Freedivers

    • Recorded for broadcast on Jim McLeod’s Jazztrack, ABC Classic FM (2000)


    Dale Barlow Quintet

    • Recorded for broadcast on Jim McLeod’s Jazztrack, ABC Classic FM (1999)
     

     

    DRUM CLINICS, WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES

    • Opening for Benny Greb (sponsored by Vintage & Custom Drum Expo), Sydney, NSW, Australia, 21 Aug 2018
    • Vintage & Custom Drum Expo 2017, (sponsored by Sonor Drums & Drum Partner Australia), The Factory Theatre, Marrickville, NSW
    • Sydney Drum & Percussion Show 2017, (sponsored by Bosphorus Cymbals & Pro Music Australia), Rosehill Pavilion, NSW
    • Vintage & Custom Drum Expo 2016, (sponsored by Bosphorus Cymbals & Pro Music Australia), The Factory Theatre, Marrickville, NSW
    • Venue 505, 280 Cleveland St, Surry Hills, NSW, Australia, 20 Jun 2015
    • Music Auditorium, Wollongong Conservatorium of Music, Wollongong, NSW, Australia, 14 Mar 2015
    • Canberra Drummers Guild, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 23 Feb 2012
    • Sydney Drummers Initiative, Ultimo, NSW, Australia, 3 Nov 2010
    • RhythmFest, Tamworth, NSW, Australia, Aug 1999

    Dave also hosted the following drumming workshops:

    • Andrew Dickeson, Sydney, NSW, January 2017
    • Simon Barker, Sydney, NSW, December 2016
    • Gordon Rytmeister, Sydney, NSW, November 2016
    • John Morrison, Sydney, NSW, October 2016

    UN Women - #unstereotype Campaign (UK)

    Map of the Heart - "What It Is To Dance"

    Nic Vardanega Trio
    Nic Vardanega Trio
    With Lily Dior on O'Loghlin on Saturday Night
    Red Rock Deli
    Volkswagon
    Dulux
    The Morning Show
    The Morning Show
    Gerard Masters
    Abel Cross
    O'Loghlin on Saturday Night
    Dr. Jazz
    Mark Trevorrow
    Bob Berg
    Sydney Jazz Orchestra
    David Ades
    Nick Bowd
    David Ades
    James Morrison
    Sean Coffin Quintet
    Matt Keegan Trio
    Jackson Harrison/Jeremy Rose Quartet
    Matt Keegan Trio
    Matt Keegan Trio
    Molly Ringwald
    Kevin Hunt Trio
    Jazzgnostics
    Manins / Muller / Nock

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