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"Clearly the most authentic and professional rock-n-roll group in Australia."
Stan 'the man' Rofe
Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame 1995
The Allstars have performed in many of Australia's finest venues with highly acclaimed international and Australian entertainers.
Some of the venues at which the Allstars have performed include the Melbourne Concert Hall, Crown Showroom, Wrest Point Casino Convention Centre, the World Congress Centre, the Regent Plaza Ballroom, Twin Towns Showroom, Glasshouse Theatre - Port Macquarie, Frankston Arts Centre, the Hyatt on Collins, Seagulls, Le Meridian Melbourne, the Windsor, the Park Hyatt, Brothers Club Cairns, Mandura Performing Arts Centre, The Palms at Crown, the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, the Hilton, Leonda, many Sydney clubs, the Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Centre, the Bruce Stadium Canberra, the Southern Cross, Melbourne University, Monash University, the Swagman, Rippon Lea and major events such as the Australian Bi-Centenary celebrations, Australia Day celebrations, the Melbourne Moomba festival and Wintersun.
The international artists who have shared the stage with the Allstars include Tom Jones, Rick Nelson, Bobby Rydell, Del Shannon, Gene Pitney, the Crystals, Johnny Tillotson, the Shadows, Chubby Checker, Johnny Preston, the Platters, Chan Romero, the Diamonds, the Coasters, Freddie & the Dreamers, Buddy Knox, Gerry & the Pacemakers and Buddy Holly's Crickets.
Amongst the many Australian artists who have featured with the Allstars are Normie Rowe, Glenn Shorrock, Doug Parkinson, Ian Turpie, Johnny Chester, Alison Durbin, Jade Hurley, Judy Stone, Merv Benton, Darren Williams, Little Pattie, Sandy Scott, Grantley Dee, Donna Fisk, Dinah Lee, Lucky Starr, Lonnie Lee, Bev Harrell, Bobby & Laurie, Ross D Wylie, Barry Stanton, Johnny Devlin, Colin Cook and Warren Williams.
Their recordings on vinyl, cassette and compact disc with Johnny Preston, Chan Romero, Grantley Dee, Lucky Starr, Merv Benton, Betty Mc Quade, Marcie Jones, Rick Diamond and Joan Mifsud receive frequent airplay on commercial and community stations.
The Allstars have been rockin' Australia since the fifties.