Matt Bradshaw:

Matt has worked in almost as many countries and cities as you care to name. Now residing in Melbourne, he is in constant demand as a singer, guitarist and electronic musician.

Matt can fulfil your every musical performance requirement – from solo, to duo with another male or female singer, to trio with singers, guitarists, keyboards and/or percussion, to four-, five- or six-piece band.

Matt Bradshaw & G-FORCE:

Matt Bradshaw & G-FORCE has been playing in the biggest and most well-known venues around Melbourne for almost ten years, holding long-term residencies at the iconic Elephant and Wheelbarrow pubs to more of the same at Crown Casino, you are always guaranteed a night of great entertainment.

The G-FORCE boys cover everything from the 60’s to now, the Monkees to Madonna, the Beatles to Bieber – and they do it with musical prowess and polished vocals.

The band is fun without being frivolous, irreverent but far from irrelevant. Their repertoire is tirelessly updated with new songs from the latest chart lists and they are performed with an easy style, with the primary focus being keeping girls on the dance floor.

Bang for your buck? Look no further than Matt Bradshaw & G-FORCE!


Dom Italiano joins Matt Bradshaw in this acoustic act that has performed in Melbourne’s best-known and most-revered clubs, pubs and venues. They perform the best classic pop and Top40 in an acoustic style with a repertoire comprising well into the hundreds of songs.

Also, Two Ring Circus performs as a Crowded House Tribute Show, most recently for a week-long season at the iconic Butterfly Club here in South Melbourne.

From his article: “Wonderfully more than a tribute show”, Adam Tonking wrote: “This was clearly a well-honed act that flowed beautifully between heartfelt tribute and just damn entertaining. Bradshaw and Italiano play easily off each other, and off the audience, without any pretension or self-consciousness. Their skills as musicians are impeccable, their voices heart-melting, their guitar-playing breath-taking.”