Episode 267: Nathaniel – Australian Idol, X Factor, and getting back into routine

Nathaniel Willemse is a young Aussie singer who you may remember from The X Factor, or possibly even Australian Idol. He supported Mariah Carey on her last Australian tour, had a top 5 album and countless hits on the ARIA chart. Now Nathaniel is back as an independent artist – we caught up with him to find out more! 0 …

Episode 233: Paulini, that gold dress and The Bodyguard; Trent Geddes on connected cars

Paulini shot to fame on Australian Idol, and into our hearts after judge Dicko insulted her wardrobe choice during one particular performance. She’s been a Young Diva, had #1 singles and supported superstars on tour. Now she’s preparing to step into the spotlight as the lead character made famous by Whitney Houston, in the stage adaptation of The Bodyguard. You …

Episode 228: Emily Williams – And should mum risk it?

Emily Williams

We first met her on Australian Idol and since then she’s been a Young Diva and an international pop sensation. Emily Williams joined us to chat about her career and her new single To find out more about Emily’s music, click here. SMS us on 0417 4555 37 (within Australia) or at +61 417 4555 37 (Outside Australia) Sponsors links: Learn …

Episode 205: Shannon Noll – Australian Idol and What about me

Shannon Noll

He may not have won the inaugural season of Australian Idol, but Shannon Noll found a special place in Australian culture. With a new single and album on the way, we chat to the country boy who will forever ask “What About Me?” 0-3:25 minute mark – Luke & Susie intro and commercial. 3:26 minute mark – Guest: “Work With …

Episode 197: Jessica Mauboy – From Australian Idol, the Sapphires, Eurovision, and now a lead in a TV drama The Secret Daughter

Jessica Mauboy

Born and raised in Darwin, it was a humble Jessica Mauboy who auditioned among the flies for the fourth season of Australian Idol. Coming runner-up to Damien Leith, she went on to release platinum hits such as “Inescapable”, “Because” and “Burn”. After a number of film roles, Jess became the first Australian Indigenous actress to take on a lead role for a television …