ARIA HALL OF FAME

  • AC/DC, rock band (‘Highway To Hell’), 1970s–
  • Peter Allen, pop singer/composer (‘I Still Call Australia Home’), 1960s–92
  • The Angels, rock band (‘Take a Long Line’), 1970s–80s
  • Australian Crawl, rock band (‘Boys Light Up’), 1980s
  • Jimmy Barnes, rock singer (‘Working Class Man’), 1980s–
  • The Bee Gees, pop group (‘Spicks and Specks’), 1960s–90s
  • Graeme Bell, jazz bandleader and pianist (‘Bull Ant Blues’), 1940s–90s
  • Don Burrows, jazz bandleader and flute, clarinet and sax, 1960s–80s
  • Brian Cadd, singer and composer (‘Ginger Man’), 1960s–
  • Kev Carmody, singer and composer (‘Cannot Buy My Soul’) 1990s
  • Nick Cave, singer and composer (‘Into My Arms’), 1970s–
  • Richard Clapton, pop singer (‘Girls on the Avenue’), 1960s–90s
  • Cold Chisel, rock band (‘Khe Sanh’), 1970s–80s
  • Daddy Cool, rock’n’roll band (‘Eagle Rock’), 1970–75
  • Horrie Dargie, bandleader and harmonica player (‘Green Door’), 1950s–99
  • Peter Dawson, classical and popular baritone (‘Road To Gundagai’), 1900s–40s
  • Smoky Dawson, country singer (‘The Lights of Cobb and Co’), 1940s–90s
  • The Dingoes, country rock band (‘Way Out West’), 1970s
  • Divinyls, punk and rock band (‘I Touch Myself’), 1981–90s
  • Dragon, rock band (‘Are You Old Enough?’), 1970s–90s
  • Slim Dusty, country singer (‘Pub with No Beer’), 1950s–90s
  • Easybeats, pop band (‘Friday on my Mind’), 1960s–70s
  • John Farnham, pop singer (‘You’re the Voice’), 1960s–90s
  • Renee Geyer, pop/jazz singer (‘Say I Love You’), 1970s–90s
  • Percy Grainger, classical composer and pianist (‘English Country Garden’), 1920s–61
  • Rolf Harris, singer and comedian (‘Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport’), 1960s–
  • Marcia Hines, soul singer, (‘Your Love Still Brings Me To My Knees’), 1970s–
  • Hoodoo Gurus, rock band (‘What’s My Scene?’), 1980s–2000s
  • Hunters and Collectors, rock band (‘Talking to a Stranger’), 1980s–90s
  • Icehouse, technorock band (‘Great Southern Land’), 1977–90s
  • Frank Ifield, country singer (‘I Remember You’), 1960s–90s
  • INXS, rock band (‘Need You Tonight’), 1980s–
  • Jo Jo Zep and the Falcons, rock band (‘Taxi Mary’), 1970s–80s and 2000s
  • Col Joye, pop singer (‘Be Bop A Lula’), 1950s–60s
  • Paul Kelly, rock/folk singer and composer (‘To Her Door’), 1980s–
  • Jimmy Little, country singer (‘Royal Telephone’), 1960s
  • Little Pattie (Patricia Amphlett), pop singer (He’s My Blond
  • Headed Stompie Wompie Real Gone Surfer Boy’), 1960s
  • Little River Band, pop band (‘Reminiscing’), 1970s–90s
  • Lobby Loyde, guitarist (‘Obsecration’), 1960s–2000s
  • Masters Apprentices, rock band (‘Poor Boy’), 1960s–70s
  • Nellie Melba, opera singer (‘Home Sweet Home’), 1880s–1920s
  • Men At Work, pop band (‘Down Under’), 1970s–80s
  • Mental As Anything, rock band (‘Live it Up’), 1970s–
  • Max Merritt, singer and bandleader (‘Slippin’ Away’), 1960s–80s
  • Midnight Oil, politicised rock band (‘Beds Are Burning’), 1970s–90s
  • Russell Morris, singer (‘The Real Thing’), 1960s–90s
  • Olivia Newton-John, pop singer (‘Physical’), 1960s–90s
  • Johnny O’Keefe, rock singer (‘Shout’), 1950s–78
  • Radio Birdman, rock band (‘New Race’), 1970s, 1990s, 2000s
  • Helen Reddy, singer, (‘I Am Woman’), 1970s–90s
  • Rose Tattoo, rock band (‘Bad Boy For Love’), 1970s–80s, 2000s
  • Normie Rowe, pop singer (‘Shakin’ all Over’), 1960s
  • The Saints, punk band (‘I’m Stranded’), 1970s–80s
  • The Seekers, pop group (‘Georgie Girl’), 1960s–70s
  • Sherbet, pop band (‘Howzat’), 1970s–80s
  • Glenn Shorrock, pop singer (‘Help Is on Its Way’), 1960s–90s
  • Skyhooks, pop band (‘Living in the Seventies’), 1970s–80s
  • Split Enz, pop band (‘I Got You’), 1970s–80s
  • Joan Sutherland, opera singer (‘Lucia di Lammermoor’), 1960s–80s
  • Billy Thorpe, rock singer (‘Most People I Know Think That I’m Crazy’), 1960s–90s
  • Harry Vanda and George Young, pop composers (‘Evie’), 1960s–90s
  • Ross Wilson, pop singer and composer (‘Daddy Cool’), 1960s–80s

John Paul Young, ballad singer (‘Love Is in the Air’), 1970s–90s Three Australian compositions appear in the list of ‘500 Most Influential Rock Songs of All Time’ issued by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio: ‘Highway to Hell’ and ‘Back in Black’ by AC/DC, and ‘Beds are Burning’ by Midnight Oil.