The Royal Vocalists

It’s a flashy title, however, it’s a deserving one. The vocalist called upon to perform with The Royals are litteraly the best in the business. When not performing with The Royals you’ll find these these talented singers working as backing vocalists for international touring acts, at the Aria’s, doing voice over work, recording commercials, writing top lines for established artists and working in the many bars and clubs around Sydney and Australia.  It’s an honour to work with these elite musicians and it’s a privilege to be able to provide our clients with the highest caliber performers.

 Samantha Walton

Samantha Walton’s depth of musical knowledge is embodied in her warm, expressive vocal tone and her strength as a performer and pianist. Her passion for music radiates when performing live. She interprets every song with her own unique flavour, using stirring vocal nuances to capture the true essence of the music as she sings.

After completing her B-Mus in 2008, Sam moved from Sydney to London to launch her music career. While there, she performed at numerous venues across the U.K., Europe and Middle East. In 2010, Sam toured parts of Europe and the middle east performing to for the military. She quickly became a ‘forces sweetheart’ as audiences fell in love with her sassy stage presence and vocal ability. In 2014 she was presented with an Operational Service Medal by Her Majesty’s Armed Forces for her time spent entertaining the troops in Afghanistan.

Now back in Sydney and performing regularly, Sam is also a passionate and dedicated educator, committed to breaking down walls surrounding the mystery of the voice. Currently teaching at the Australian Institute of Music in Sydney, Sam’s spirited approach to education is infectious and a continual source of inspiration to her students.

Elle May Harris

Elle May has certainly earned her stripes over the past six years when it comes to Sydney’s live music scene and has built up a strong fan base. She graces the stage almost seven nights a week with her duo, trio, full band or DJ, and has residencies at iconic Sydney venues such as Opera Bar and Taylor’s Rooftop. She performs regularly with some of Sydney’s most sought after cover bands
including Martini Club, La Fiesta and Groove Academy, and has also been a backing vocalist for X-Factor stars Samantha Jade, Nathaniel and Dami Im.

Elle May’s extensive recording and live entertainment experience backed by her impressive songwriting skills make her one of the most polished and promising musicians in the country. Her electrifying vocals and quirky personality bring magic to the stage wherever she performs.




Amy Chase

Amy Chase. Sassy, soulful, uncompromising… will work for milkshakes. She’s performed everywhere from the Sydney Opera House, to ANZ stadium to the Crown Casino in Melbourne alongside everyone from Daryl Braithwaite to Jessica Mauboy. Amy Chase seems like she was born to hold the world (or at least the dance floor) in her hands. Amy’s powerful and disarming vocals have graced the likes
of Commonwealth Bank, Virgin, Optus, MUMM, David Jones, Sunrise and X-Factor. If you haven’t yet met Amy Chase, now is the time.

Mr Wilson

Over the last few years, Mr Wilson has cultivated a reputation within electronic music as a an underworld figure. While the fruits of Wilsons labour can be heard on both sides of the Pacific, only the initiated are capable of tracking down the man responsible for the toplines that have been the driving force behind electronic music’s leading artists.

Scrolling through the pages of Billboard, Spin Magazine, and Dancing Astronaught, fingerprints of  Wilson’s work can be found everywhere. As a co-writer on Kayla, the lead single from Deadmau5 protege  Attlas, Wilson found himself in the Top Ten of dance music charts across the planet. Their follow up collaboration, Batch, resonated just as strongly, earning critical acclaim for industry insiders and punters like.

But before the rest of the world  took notice, Wilson was making a name for himself as a featured artist in his hometown. As Mr Wilson, he was the driving force in Tommy Trash’s breakout hit, the ARIA award-winning #1 Need Me To Stay. His fellow countrymen rapidly enlisted his services, and seemingly overnight Wilson was taking the likes of Tom Piper, Helena, and Dave Winnel to the top of the charts. Indeed, Wilson’s collaboration with Tommy Trash & Tom Piper, All My Friends, earned a place in the record books as Australia’s longest reigning Club Chart #1, and became the signature song for all involved.

India Rose Madderom

India Rose first came into the limelight on the hit Channel 7 Show the X Factor, where she sung her way to the final six and established herself as a name in the world of music.

Since her time on the show, India’s passion for singing has taken her across the world, including tours of Egypt, Dubai, and East Timor to sing for the troops. She has also done gigs in the United States, London, South America and Indonesia.

She has starred in an array of television, film and online productions, most recently being a musical series, Spotlight, in which she plays a singer trying to make it in the competitive music industry. Her original music features heavily, as well as covers of other Australian artists.

To name a few, she has performed for industry professionals such as Sir Richard Branson, Natalie Imbruglia, Ronan Keating and Guy Sebastian, as well as the companies Facebook, Mercedes Benz, TodayFM, Forces Entertainment, Taste Sydney, Hemmesphere, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Star Ship Cruises and more.

Michelle Martinez

Sassy, soulful and a little bit smart-assed, Michelle Martinez has well and truly made a name for herself in the Australian music industry. Honing her craft as one of the busiest vocalists in Sydney, she’s played venues from The Basement and the Toff (Melbourne) to the Myer Music Bowl and Acer Arena with everyone from Smokey Robinson and Robbie Williams to Silverchair, Ronan Keating and Jessica Mauboy.

2013 saw Michelle become a key cast member of the Voice Season Two and take the next step in her solo career. Her debut EP peaked at #1 on the Australian iTunes Soul/RnB Album chart and she landed a reoccurring performance role in the television drama series “Love Child” on the Nine Network.

In an age of fast food, fast living and antisocial media, someone’s bringing the romance back – and it’s Michelle Martinez