Jon Stevens

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Biography

Jon Stevens...has lead a varied and remarkable career in the entertainment industry, standing strong through the successes and trials that have earned him a place as a much loved singer, songwriter and respected veteran performer. Jon’s remarkable career spans over 20 years, during which has enjoyed many achievements; including ARIA chart-topping success as front man of legendary Australian bands Noiseworks and INXS.

 

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
1980 – ‘Jezabel’ Reached #1 in New Zealand's charts, knocking Michael Jackson's worldwide hit Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough from the top spot.
1986 - Following the release of Noiseworks debut single No Lies... Their self-titled debut album (produced by Mark Opitz) reached No.1 on the ARIA chart, where it stayed for a massive 63 weeks.
1992 – ‘Everything’s Alright’ performed by Jon Stevens, Kate Ceberano and John Farnham reached #6 on the charts
2000 - Wrote the official song for the Australian Sydney
2000 Olympics torch relay ‘Carry the Flame’ 2000 – Joined INXS on a massive 55-day tour before being officially named a member of the band
2004 - Jon travelled to East Timor to visit and perform for the Australian troops
2008 – National tour with Ian Moss (Cold Chisel)

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