Martin Cilia is Australia’s premier surf rock guitarist and also a member of legendary Australian surf band, The Atlantics. He has released 7 solo albums. Martin played his first ‘gig’ in a school hall (Morley High) in 1972 with fellow students. He can remember playing Apache & Peace Pipe by the Shadows. Recently Martin has been recording and touring with Aussie icons Mental As Anything.
James Gillard has recorded and toured as a bass player and singer with a host of Oz rock and Country luminaries including Slim Dusty, Mondo Rock, Russell Morris, Jimmy Barnes, Leo Sayer and Paul Kelly, just to name a few. He won Musician of the Year at the 2007 CMAA Awards.
Tony Naylor started his musical career playing in bands in Tasmania and Melbourne in the nineteen sixties. In 1972 he played at the first Sunbury festival with his old friend Phil Manning. In 1973 he was a founding member of the Bootleg Family Band with Brian Cadd and as a result of this became an in demand session guitarist in Melbourne. In 1979 he did a four week tour of South Africa, playing guitar with Cliff Richard and then went on to play with the Jon English band and many other Australian artists.
Coxy started drum lessons at 15. He turned professional playing 6 nights a week in Rock and Roll bands as well as becoming one of the top session drummers in Australia- playing on 20+ gold albums. He toured South Africa with Cliff Richard and played in Las Vegas, USA for International artists.
David Briggs produced, recorded and mixed the album at his Production Workshop
Little River Band, Australian Crawl, Marty Rose Band
David Briggs is an Australian musician and record producer, and former guitarist in the Little River Band between 1976 and 1981. He wrote their Grammy nominated hit single “Lonesome Loser”, as well as “Happy Anniversary” (co-written with Beeb Birtles). Briggs also produced the rock band, Australian Crawl, and co-wrote their single “Hoochie Gucci Fiorucci Mama” with vocalist James Reyne.