Silverchair

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Silverchair

Silverchair are one of the most acclaimed and successful bands in Australian music history.

The group's members were all born in 1979 in the Newcastle surf suburb of Merewether. Singer/guitarist Daniel Johns and drummer Ben Gillies started making music together at primary school and schoolmate Chris Joannou later joined on bass. They got their big break in mid-1994 when they won a national demo competition conducted by SBS TV show "Nomad" and Triple J.

The band changed its name from Innocent Criminals to Silverchair and in August 1994 they released their winning demo - a track called "Tomorrow". The song eventually spent six weeks at #1 on the Australian singles charts and ...

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In a new teaser for his upcoming track Impossible – 360 has seemingly dropped a clue that points to ...

Silverchair Bass Player Chris Joannou Says That A Reunion Isn't Off The Cards

15 January 2013 0 comments

Silverchair bass player Chris Joannou has delivered some inspiring news this week – revealing that...

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