The best Australian rock album covers

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I think I hear the sounds of then. And yes, people are talking about the decades of great Australian rock these guys have brought us. They may not be number ones and they definitely haven’t been flogged to death on radio but their contribution defines the genre.

As a band and as individuals, their heritage proves it is a long way to the top, from lead singer John Dingeldei (a First Fleeter), to the Irish rhythm section of Jack Ahern and Jim Ahern (who make U2 look me too). On guitar, keys and vocals is Greg Johnson (who also wrote their ‘Paul Kelly’ hit, Big Wednesday). And with his 1963 Gibson ES-335, the guitar of Steve (Butch) Ellis is legendary in the Australian rock scene.

If you have a party, corporate function or any event of national significance, then The Johnnies (aka The Noisy Johnnies, The Aussie Johnnies, The Honest Johnnies, The Naughty Johnnies, The Nosey Johnnies) add fair dinkum flavour, fun and dance with music from decades (60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s) of great Australian rock.

I laugh and think – this is Australia For more information download our interactive bio PDF with song links here. For bookings click here

5 thoughts on “The best Australian rock album covers

  1. To whoever is reading this
    Do yourself and favour and book the Noisy Johnnies
    We just had them in Ballarat last night and the function room at Jackson and Co was jumping
    you name it they played it and it was a night full of the crowd saying-‘ I love that song”
    room limited on the dance floor but friendships were made and created.
    you’ll never have a dud rage when the johnnies are in town.
    Johnnies. Be good.
    kath

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