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Greg Champion and the Useful Members of Society

Marty Rose blasted onto the scene with a Mushroom Records recording contract in 1977, based solely on raw talent and his first single Memories of You. In 1982 Marty formed the first electronic duo with the very talented Adrian Scott of Air Supply, going into record the single Words Can Never Say. During the 80s he continued to drive his career to the top while touring Australian and New Zealand as the front man for the great Jeff “Skunk” Baxter of Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers fame. Over the years since, Marty has consistently delivered what audiences want to hear – good songs played by one of Australia’s top musicians. Today, with David Briggs (little river band), Pip Joyce (glenn shorrock band), Jo Imbroll (ian moss band) and Gil Mathews (aztecs) backing up Marty's epic piano, they play originals and covers of your favourite music, from the 60s right through to their latest album.

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