It's Saturday Night Fever every night with The Australian Bee Gees Show – A Tribute to the Bee Gees. One of the most successful and adored acts in musical history is recreated on the Vegas stage in a 75-minute multi-media concert event. You'll hear hits like Staying Alive, You Should Be Dancing, How Deep Is Your Love, and Jive Talkin'.

The performers authentic take on the trio’s clothes, style and moves showcase five decades of the Brothers Gibb's success as rock and disco legends, while audiences groove to their memorable music and are immersed in the disco era. The President of the Bee Gees Fan Club, USA has said, "In my opinion they are the best Bee Gees tribute in the world!” The Las Vegas Review Journal has named them Best Tribute Show for 2015.


Wayne Hosking
as Maurice Gibb

Wayne was born in Melbourne, Australia and raised in a musical family. His passion for music and entertainment grew,  homework being replaced by nightly performances as a solo pianist and singer in Melbourne bars and restaurants. He then set up a theatre company and took on the role of Musical Director, touring internationally,  and composed his first opera at age 21, premiering to standing ovations in Melbourne. In 1996, after many years off the stage, Wayne took up an invitation to take on the role of 'Maurice' in The Australian Bee Gees Show.

David Scott
as Robin Gibb

David is from Auckland, New Zealand. At age ten he took up the guitar to just "have a play," and in high school at age fourteen, he formed his first band and played on the local Auckland club scene. Dave moved to Australia in 1989 and after stints in Sydney and The Gold Coast, he moved to Melbourne and joined an Eagles Show, "Hotel California." This band became the nucleus of The Australian Bee Gees Show and Dave has evolved from a guitarist into front man, but watch out, David secretly plays guitar!

Michael Clift
as Barry Gibb

Born in Queanbeyan, Australia, Michael began learning the guitar at the age of eight and from that point on, had found his calling. He formed his first band at school at age thirteen and after leaving school, Michael began touring around Australia with his band Red Tape, who released several singles and toured internationally. In 1996, Michael formed The Australian Bee Gees Show and, twenty years on, has toured all over the world as part of the most successful Bee Gees show ever.

Craig Alan Thomas
as Maurice Gibb

Craig was originally raised in Denver, where he sang the lead and background vocals for a heavy metal album. After the album, he stumbled into his first opera with Opera Colorado. Now he loves being able to sing and play a variety of musical styles including rock, pop, jazz, and opera. Craig can also be heard belting arias with local opera companies, the Venetian Hotel, or in his tribute show to Pavarotti and Bocelli.

Johnny Hochgraefe
as Robin Gibb

John proudly makes his Las Vegas Strip debut as an alternate "Robin."  Johnny comes to The Australian Bee Gees Show from Oklahoma City with classical-operatic vocal training and a stage resume highlighted by his engagement as a cruise director with Holland America Line.  He loves harps, cats, and roller coasters. Thank you, ABGS and SPI Entertainment.  Viva Las Vegas!

Tony Richards
Bassist, Producer

Born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Tony discovered his early passion for music on an instrument originally purchased for his brother! Tony attributes his comfort with an array of musical styles to his early years of being raised in an environment where music was diverse. From the early days of performing in his high school band, Tony developed his professional music career with private tuition from Chuck Morgan, New Zealand’s foremost jazz guitarist and educator. After relocating with a musical group to Australia in 1988, he engaged with a number of Melbourne's key players and songwriters which quickly led to various original music projects, studio recordings, live performances, and touring both nationally and abroad. Tony has performed with many international artists most notably, Vanessa Amorossi, Ronan Keating, and Shania Twain. Tony cites performing with the world renowned Boston Pops Orchestra alongside his colleagues from The Australian Bee Gees Show as one of several career highlights.

Rick Powell

Born in Dargaville, New Zealand, Rick took up the drums at the age of 8 after seeing a local drummer playing in a band.  By the age of 12, he was playing professionally on weekends in a local country band.  The next several years, Rick toured New Zealand and the U.S. with the Queen City Big Band, performed with the Ken Pearson Power Band and the pit orchestra of Pirates of Penzance National Tour starring Peter Noone. In 1989, Rick moved to Australia and toured and recorded with a series of bands playing nightclub venues on Australia’s Gold Coast, New South Wales, Queensland and A.C.T.  In 1993, wanting to further expand his knowledge and skill on the drum set, Rick applied to and was accepted into Drummer’s Collective Institute in New York where he finished at the top of his class. Rick moved to Las Vegas in 2002 after being asked to perform in Charo’s resident show at the Sahara Hotel.  Rick took over the musical director position for Charo in 2004.  In the fall of 2011, after filling in for several weeks, Rick joined the Australian Bee Gees Show. 


Matt Baldoni
as Barry Gibb
Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar

Matt Baldoni is a veteran electric guitarist and singer making his home and living in his favorite city, Las Vegas. The best parts of my job are playing music with my friends, traveling, and meeting the fans. When I'm not playing music, Matt enjoy reading books, watching documentaries, eating clean food, and combat sports. But I'd almost always rather be playing music for you. You can reach me on twitter @GuitarSdmn.

David Davis
as Barry Gibb
Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar

Born in Charleston, West Virginia, David developed a love for music at a young age. He began formally studying percussion at age 11 and self-teaching himself guitar at age 14.  He has and continues to perform professionally as a songwriter, drummer, guitarist, bassist, and vocalist.   In addition to his career as a musician, he has obtained degrees in Social Studies, Secondary Education, and Law.

Frank Salerno
as Maurice Gibb
Lead Vocals, Keyboards

Frank is thrilled to be part of the Australian BeeGees family! When he's not performing Maurice Gibb, he can be found doing corporate events, lounge entertainment, or downtown at's #1 piano bar 3 years running: Don't Tell Mama.

Michael Welsh
as Robin Gibb
Lead Vocals

Michael began his career twelve years ago performing at a local theme park in Louisville, KY. Since then he has gone on to travel the world performing in national tours, regional theaters and on cruise ships. Most notably singing and dancing with the late Andy Williams. He is excited to be the newest Australian Bee Gee.

Paul Lines
as Robin Gibb
Lead Vocals

Paul Lines was born and raised in Shepparton Victoria, Australia. An appearance on Nine Network’s “Hey, Hey It’s Saturday - Red Faces Segment”, led to his first real band in Melbourne. Other bands included: The Radio Pirates, Logic, and performed support for Boom Crash opera, The Badloves, John Farnham, Hunters & Collectors, The Black Sorrows, Daryl Braithwaite as well as The Choirboys.

Rigo Flores

David Inamine

Bassist / Producer / Audio Consultant. Worked on over 100 albums (including gold projects ). Toured with Jazz & Pop artist worldwide.

Jason Langley

Jason Langley, a native of Boston MA, is a bass player who established his career in NYC and has toured with Broadway shows including DREAMGIRLS and MEMPHIS.  Jason now resides in Las Vegas, NV and has been a part of the Australian Bee Gees Show for the last 3.5 years.

George Bryant

George Bryant is a professional drummer in Las Vegas. Credits include Jersey Boys, The Lion King, Cirque Du Soleil’s KA, Legends in Concert, Human Nature, MJ Live, The Rat Pack is Back. Touring credits include: Sheena Easton, Gloria Gaynor, Martin Nievera, Lani Misalucha, and The Glenn Miller Orchestra. He’s backed such artists as Brian McKnight, Kristen Chenoweth, Arnel Pineda, Jason Alexander, Vince Neil, Eddie Money and Jon Stewart.

Jeff Tetrault

Jeff Tetrault took up the drums at age 13. With lessons, a performance diploma, 10 years of touring experience, 4 years of cruise ship work, Jeff moved to Las Vegas to continue his drumming career. In addition to ABG, Jeff can be found with Crush, Lucky Devils Band and Remedy.

Robi Parolin

Born in Melbourne Australia, Robi has been playing drums ever since he can remember. After graduating from the prestigious ‘Victorian Collage of the Arts” in
2004, Robi has performed extensively throughout Australia with Many of
Australia’s Rock royalty, Including Chocolate Starfish frontman, Adam Thompson, Ross Wilson, Wendy Stapleton, and Little River Band founder Glenn Shorrock. Robi has also performed with many up and coming artists in Oz, including Australia’s got talent winner “Bonnie Anderson”, Jacob Buttler and
RhysTolhurst, having also recorded extensively with past country vocalist of
the year winner, Steve Eales. He has also appeared on Television with Ronan
Keating, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Shania Twain, and Vanessa Amorosi. Robi cites being in the house band for the Melbourne music show as one of his most memorable experiences, performing “whole Lotta Love” with Jeff Martin (Tea
Party) and then sharing the stage with Robben Ford in the Blues jam. Robi has
toured extensively with the ABGS for the past 8 years.

Paul Miller

Paul began playing the Australian pub scene at age 18, and has since played in a multitude of wedding, corporate and tribute bands, touring Australia’s festivals, clubs and live music venues.

Paul has been part of the ABG Show’s engine room since 2012, and has toured with the show across Australia, Asia and Germany.