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Daryl Braithwaite

Daryl Braithwaite
Live the formative and flowing years of Australian Music with Daryl Braithwaite who is known for teen hysteria, international breakouts, multi platinum albums, extraordinary collaborations, performing at the sweatiest dives and some of the worlds most famous stadiums.

Daryl Braithwaite remains an integral part of the evolution and development of Australian popular music and a must see live on stage.

Daryl first found fame as lead singer of Sherbet, a band synonymous with the 70’s and their accomplishments during their long career were many. Between 1971 – 1978 Sherbet produced 20 national top 40 singles and were the first Australian band to top the $1million mark in album sales in this country, with a total of 15 albums and 30 singles to

He released Edge in 1989. It was a huge success, topping the Australian charts for many weeks before gaining multi platinum status. In 1989 it became the highest selling CD in Sony Music Australia's history. Five singles were released from edge, these being "As The Days Go By," "All I Do," "One Summer," "Let Me Be" and "Sugar Train." The album was also released in Canada, America, U.K. and Europe. The European market was the biggest success out of these for Daryl.

Far from an exercise in revisiting past glories and greatest hits – of which, of course, there are plenty – FOREVER THE TOURIST the latest CD released in 2014 reveals a brand new stunning chapter in Daryl’s unparalleled career.
And the centrepiece of this new chapter is the anthemic and sparkling new single, “Not Too Late”. In light of the renewal of his partnership with Sony, there could hardly have been a more apt title. It’s a story of hope, aspirations and most definitely reflections of life, and the obvious choice – to have a go or not.