Golden Boys of Aussie Rock 'n Roll
Lucky Starr, Bryan Davies and Roland Storm - They all call Australia
All had the big overseas offers. They are all passionate Australians and were all
homesick for the smell of the gumleaves, the call of the Cockatoo & the laugh of the Kookaburra.
Lucky toured the major hotel chains in Europe, Asia and the USA and performed with such success
in Las Vegas, he was offered USA residency. Lucky featured on all the early television shows and
is a true pioneer of Rock 'n Roll in Australia. During Johnny O'Keefe's absence, Lucky took over
as compare of "6 O'clock Rock" and became a regular on "Bandstand" and "Sing! Sing! Sing!". His
gigantic record "I've been everywhere" is one of the best Australian records of all time.
Bryan at 17 became the youngest person in the world to host his own television show "The Bryan
Davies Show" on the ABC. He went on to become a regular on Sing! Sing! Sing!" and one of the
family on "Bandstand". The first major satire television show in Australia was the "Mavis
Bramston Show" and Bryan was a cast member for two years. "Dream Girl" was Bryan's number one
hit and some of his others hits were "Five Foot Two", "I Don't Want To Be Alone", "Raincoat In
The River", "Love and Money" and "10 Pin Bowling". Bryan was flown to the UK and based in London
to record with Norrie Paramour.
Roland hails from Rockhamton Queensland and now lives on a farm south of Sydney. He is one of the
few entertainers who bases himself at the keyboards. Roland has performed in 25 countries, been
nominated five times for a "Mo' Award" and like Lucky and Bryan, was a Johnny O'Keefe discovery.
"6 O'clock Rock" was Rolands first television show at age 15 and he has since made over 100
national television appearances in Australia. On the recording front, Roland is known
internationally for his recordings, "Mule Skinner Blues", "Hello Josephine", "Birds & Bees",
"Who put the Bomp" and his Gold Record, "Rolling with the Flow". Roland was such a success in
Sweden, Stockholm and Malmo he was asked to base himself there and tour Europe. He did the same
in Africa and the USA.
|In the days of clones and tributes, it is refreshing to know the real
thing is alive and well and performing.
Let the Good Time Roll with The Golden Boys
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