Following the success of two award-winning albums “Five O’clock Shadow” and “Cash Landing” - lush orchestral and swinging big band renditions of contemporary pop classics. Frank Bennett's unmistakable talent, personality and panache have led him to become one of the most popular and sought after entertainers in Australia today, performing for audiences in excess of 100.000.
Multi-Aria nominee Frank Bennett has sold over 40,000 albums with EMI, Capital, Universal and Mercury Records and hosted the FOX Network's retro video television show “Vinyl Revival” for over four years.
Frank cameoed in the much loved Australian film “The Dish” and has appeared on every major Australian television variety show including Hey, Hey it’s Saturday, In Melbourne Tonight, The Midday Show and The Footy Show…to name a few
Frank has performed for four Australian Prime Ministers, the mayors of Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, eminent leaders of business and industry, numerous charities and wowed audiences from Mandurah to The Whitsundays, Broome to Bondi Adelaide to Auckland. Frank also performed for Senator Natasha Stott Despoja's 2001 campaign launch, Councilor Frank Sartor's Millennium Dinner, the opening of Paul Keating Park in Bankstown and sang at Channel 7's Olympic bid celebrations. In 2003 Frank was invited to open the Sydney Opera Houses' 30th birthday with a big band rendition of the Australian national anthem.
Frank's concert performances include
Carols in the Domain
Sydney Opera House 30th birthday celebrations,
The Australia Day celebrations in Sydney Hyde Park,
Pops in the Park with the great Tommy Tycho and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra,
Brisbane City River Festival
Kangaroo Points Jazz Blues Fesyival
Millenium New Years Eve Celebrations for The city of Perth
Numerous S.C.G pre-match performances for the Sydney Swans, to name just a few.
Frank Bennett recommends a 5-6 piece band for smaller functions,
or the big band for larger groups, balls and gala dinners.
Feel free to call and discuss your function.