Sabrina Alison is a scholarship honours graduate from the McDonald College of Performing Arts and Indie Country Music artist who has received National & International Radio Airplay as well as featured on Foxtels Country Music Channel for her debut single "If It Wasn't For You". Recording her debut album in 2011 produced by Golden Guitar winner Roger Corbett from the Bushwackers featuring Golden Guitar winner Travis Collins on backing vocals. Sabrina's album is available to purchase via iTunes.
Sabrina has spent the last 20 years performing across Sydney in music duos Nostalgia, Soul Tattoo, Sweet Surrender and bands Ironbark Rock, Sabrina & the Jetts, Planet Groove and The Chameleonz.
Opening for Australian acts such as Mental As Anything and performing at prestigious venues such as Parliament House.
Trained in both contemporary and classical vocal and piano, her warm tone and power is sure to impress accompanied with her charismatic stage presence.
‘’Without a shadow of doubt Sabrina has the talent and potential to be one of Australia’s biggest female country music artists within the next decade.”
David Turner (Country Capital News July 2011).
Pietro began his musical training at the age of sixteen, his skillset including drumming, guitar and then developing his vocal’s ability within several bands. His portfolio includes singing in a variety of genres such as soul, funk, folk, swing and rock bands.
Pietro is a seasoned actor charismatically entertaining audiences in plays and theatres, with a creative ensemble team bringing theatre to life with performances such as Shakespeare's, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. His vivacious and unique energy truly captivate the audience.
Pietro has played in several bands ranging from musical festivals and numerous venues across New South Wales. Fronting bands such as: Legal Tender, Stainless, Ultimate Rock Show, Warning, Cut Loose, Blue Eyed Franc and Ironbark Rock.
Pietro’s vocal ability offers a diverse repertoire covering songs from artists such as Cold Chisel, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Beatles, James Brown, Frank Sinatra.
Pietro vocal prowess in “The Chameleonz” is not to be missed!
Rowan started his musical career at age 17. His main influences include The Damned, The Ramones, Chuck Berry, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Dave Edmonds and anything Steve Marriott was ever involved in.
Playing with bands ‘The Ainsworths’ and ‘The Dabs’, Rowan was part of the north shore invasion of post punk bands that dominated the Auckland music scene in the early 80s. In 1983, Rowan joined ‘The Henchman’, and released “We’ve come to play”, an album which is considered one of the best New Zealand punk rock albums of its time.
Rowan has played in many bands including ‘The Midnite Movers’, ‘Sound Shock’, ‘Theory and Soul’, ‘Rick Bryant’ and the ‘Jive Bombers’. Touring extensively and playing at the Sweetwater festival many times, he has shared the stage with the likes of ‘UB40′ and ‘Motor Head’.
After moving to Australia in the late 80s, Rowan has played in various cover bands and associated country bands through to the 2000s. He is now finding his niche in The Chameleonz playing a range of popular crowd pleasing covers.
Steve's first set of drums was four ice-cream containers nailed to a pallet at age 13. Over the last 30 years playing in blues, rock, pop and metal bands.
Prior to the Chameleonz, Steve played across New Zealand in a Metal Rock band called Ragged Edge, and in Sydney with Goodbye Monday and most recently completed touring the David Bowie 'Golden Years' tribute show across Sydney.
Sometime back in the early to mid 90’s, a group of friends approached Brian and said, “were starting a band and you’re our bass player”. To this Brian replied “um….. I don’t own a bass, nor do I know how to play”. A friend turned and said, “well, that’s kinda your problem isn’t it”.
Almost 30 years on, Brian is a veteran on the Sydney music circuit, with experience writing and producing original music and has played everything from hard rock to funk, soul, pop and R&B. With an array of experience in both originals and cover bands, he has opened for the likes Mondo Rock and has shared stages with countless up and coming bands.
Now starting a new chapter with The Chameleonz, Brian is as committed as ever to delivering solid performances with warm groovy bass lines that will get audiences up and dancing.
Ace was born in Indonesia. He comes from a musical family, so naturally music became his life. Ace's primary instrument is the guitar, however he is also a skilled bassist and drummer.
Strongly influenced by the guitar greats such as Van Halen and Jimmy Hendrix. Ace has played in numerous bands such as Sahara, The Tomatos and duo The Koota Groove.
A well-versed session player, Ace was endorsed by guitar manufacturers Hardee and Gilmour. He recorded his first solo instrumental album Gitar Klinik in 1999. Currently Ace is working on his second album 27 Volltz, due to be released late 2023.
Mike is an award winning jingle writer and musician, hailing from Auckland New Zealand. Mike is a multi instrumentalist with a love of jazz piano – he plays in a number of local bands and you’ll often see him in pubs and clubs with Sydney’s Golden Years of David Bowie tribute band.
With a long history of playing jazz festivals and touring rock concerts, he has fostered treasured music connections in Australia and New Zealand. This is combined with a long career in radio producing jingles for radio and television, as well as many stints behind the microphone.
Being of Maori descent, Mike has composed cultural original music and performed alongside many Maori artists.
Thomas is a sound engineer and producer with years of experience mixing and mastering music of many different genres and styles.
As a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, he has a deep understanding of all elements of a live mix and brings the best out in any band that he works with.