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g nor au­di­tio on bers red­die hing as ned ut ging PPro­claimers andd INNXS, feww. worrk inn biig ooften thinkk swing­ing decade or so a per­former comes along and re­ju­ve­nates the genre, like Michael Buble or Rob­bie Wil­liams. I have al­ways loved that mu­sic, and it’s great to have a kind of ‘Aussie brat pack’ to per­form with and I love that we can work with an 18-piece or­ches­tra, which you just don’t get in mu­si­cals any­more. But I fig­ure, if you’re go­ing to do some­thing, you have to do it well.

“Our next step with Swing On This is to re­lease some­thing orig­i­nal, which we’re work­ing on for the new year. The chal­lenge for us is to do some­thing that rep­re­sents us all as in­di­vid­u­als but also as a group. It will b be called Go­ing Crazy and was ar­ranged i in Lon­don, through a guy who ar­ranged for Queen, and recorded in Mel­bourne. W We’re all re­ally ex­cited about it.” His best col­lab­o­ra­tion though, he says, is that with his wife of two years, Jane Cho, a clas­si­cally trained vi­o­lin­ist he met 10 years ago while he was work­ing in Lon­don in event en­ter­tain­ment. “It’s rare for us to per­form to­gether,” he says. “Some­times we get the chance to do some­thing to­gethe to­gether at an event or some­thing, and when we do it’s the best.”

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