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Groove Tonic

Groove Tonic was born as an a'cappella quartet when the members met while performing with the Melbourne Swing Ensemble. Originally performing arrangements of popular songs, jazz and theatre classics, Groove Tonic established a following of dedicated fans. In 2001 they recorded an EP CD - "Just a Taste", which showcased some of their most popular numbers. Between 2002 and 2006 all members of the group were abducted by aliens and hence couldn't sing together. Once they were returned to earth - Renee, Natalie, Luke and Rory decided it was time to get the band back together and get cracking on a new project - namely Off-Broadway's longest running show - "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change." Julie Marr came on board as the pianist for the show and has since been integrated into the family. Following on from the success of their production, Groove Tonic are developing a cabaret show called 'A'Capella and Other Catastrophes', as well as working on a new CD.


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