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Copyright 2003 -2007  Normie Rowe AM    

 

 

For over forty years Normie has been entertaining Aussies who have in turn come to love him. His early days had him at the top of the teenage charts with no less than 11 hit records, including his double gold record version of Que Sera Sera c/w Shakin� All Over. His other hits included I (Who have nothing), Ooh La La (another gold record), It�s Not Easy, and It Ain�t Necessarily So.  In the sixties he recorded and toured in the UK, after which he was inducted into the Australian Army and was sent to Vietnam. Since then Normie has worked tirelessly for better conditions for Veterans of all wars.  Normie has continued his career, appearing in the US, UK, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Greece, Turkey, Italy, France, Malaysia and of course New Zealand. After two years on the popular Australian Soap Opera, Sons and Daughters, Normie entered the world of musical theatre. He played to great acclaim over 600 performances, the role of Jean Valjean in the Premiere Australian production of Les Miserables.  Since then Normie has appeared in leading roles in many musicals including Annie, Chess, Evita, Cyrano, Get Happy, and Oklahoma.   Normie has been perennially a requested artist on national TV shows, and was one of the most popular artistes included on the recent Long Way To The Top concert series which played to 160,000 people Australia wide.  Later this year Johnny Young and Marcie Jones will rejoin Normie in their publicly acclaimed Legends of Sixties Rock shows, which has consistently played to sold out performances in Australia wide over the last two years.  In his unplugged show An Audience with Normie Rowe friends Jenny Foote and Roger Montgomery help Normie to bring to the general public one of his most successful incarnations ever. It�s an evening of brilliant entertainment spanning most musical genres Normie�s current CD Missing In Action is his cathartic journey as a Vietnam Veteran