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Ian Hulme: Best know as the bass player for The Choirboys, the Australian hard rock band from Sydney formed in 1979 with mainstays Mark Gable on lead vocals and Ian Hulme and were later joined by drummer Paul Wheeler. Their hit "Run to Paradise" reached No. 3 on the Kent Music Report Singles Chart in late 1987. The related album, Big Bad Noise peaked at No. 5 on the Albums Chart in April 1988. The Choirboys recorded the Evolver album in 2002 and 2003 in between going on an extensive tour of Australia and New Zealand and continue to do tour. James Morley: James morley joined The Rookies in the mid-80’s who went on to become one of Western Australia’s biggest pub bands at the time, drawing over a thousand people, 3 nights a week for many years. As the band were about to embark on a recording project, James caught wind of an opening as bass player for rock legends The Angels . Within a couple of weeks, he had successfully got the job and was sitting at Ardent studios in Memphis, recording Beyond Salvation , which went on to sell at double platinum status and became the first number one album for The Angels in Australia. This was followed by MTV live videos, concert tours and overseas trips. One of the first concerts he performed with the band was in front of 42,000 people alongside his favourite artists such as Midnight Oil, Crowded House and Jimmy Barnes to name a few. Five years and a couple of more albums later, James left the band to record his own album (see soundbytes here) at the famed Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas. James hooked up with AC/DC drummer Simon Wright (one of the true gentlemen in rock) and was asked to go to the U.S.A. to play some guitar tracks with Simon on an AC/DC tribute album Thunderbolt, alongside Sebastian Bach (Skid Row), Phil Collen (Def Leppard), Lemmy (Motorhead), Bob Kulik (Kiss), Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple). Choirboys Perform AC/DC BRIDGE HOTEL - Rozelle NSW Feb 4th
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About Australian Rock

Ian Hulme: Best know as the bass player for The Choirboys, the Australian hard rock band from Sydney formed in 1979 with mainstays Mark Gable on lead vocals and Ian Hulme and were later joined by drummer Paul Wheeler. Their hit "Run to Paradise" reached No. 3 on the Kent Music Report Singles Chart in late 1987. The related album, Big Bad Noise peaked at No. 5 on the Albums Chart in April 1988. The Choirboys recorded the Evolver album in 2002 and 2003 in between going on an extensive tour of Australia and New Zealand and continue to do tour. James Morley: James morley joined The Rookies in the mid-80’s who went on to become one of Western Australia’s biggest pub bands at the time, drawing over a thousand people, 3 nights a week for many years. As the band were about to embark on a recording project, James caught wind of an opening as bass player for rock legends The Angels . Within a couple of weeks, he had successfully got the job and was sitting at Ardent studios in Memphis, recording Beyond Salvation , which went on to sell at double platinum status and became the first number one album for The Angels in Australia. This was followed by MTV live videos, concert tours and overseas trips. One of the first concerts he performed with the band was in front of 42,000 people alongside his favourite artists such as Midnight Oil, Crowded House and Jimmy Barnes to name a few. Five years and a couple of more albums later, James left the band to record his own album (see soundbytes here) at the famed Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas. James hooked up with AC/DC drummer Simon Wright (one of the true gentlemen in rock) and was asked to go to the U.S.A. to play some guitar tracks with Simon on an AC/DC tribute album Thunderbolt, alongside Sebastian Bach (Skid Row), Phil Collen (Def Leppard), Lemmy (Motorhead), Bob Kulik (Kiss), Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple). Choirboys Perform AC/DC BRIDGE HOTEL - Rozelle NSW Feb 4th
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Hometown:
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