Vibez Entertainment works towards securing the best talent in Sydney for all events, working closely with veterans and guiding new musicians wanting to work in the industry. An integral part of Vibez Entertainment is solid work ethic and a humble approach to the beauty and subjectivity of music.
We take a family approach of coaching the younger musicians, help build their portfolio, while getting them out into the music scene to grow their experience. We strive to teach musicians business skills so they can acquire work, promote their art and make a living off the industry.
Vibez Entertainment organises corporate and wedding functions on a weekly basis, supplying the right music for the event in question at a reasonable and competitive price.
Above all, it is our goal to see as many humble musicians working as possible in Sydney.
"A musician every day, an artist for life."
Choosing music as a career straight out of school was one of the hardest but best decisions I've ever made in my life. It wasn't easy and I soon learnt that although learning your instrument is of highest the priority, there are so many more things needed to being a professional, working musician.
Throughout my career I've had the pleasure of performing and working with actors and musicians such as, but not limited to, Mark Furze (Home and Away), Rob Mills (Broadway, Wicked), X-factor (the live band) and an ongoing relationship with artists that join the Voice on TV and start their successful careers in the Australian music scene.
After 10 years in the industry, helping out bars and clubs organize and incorporate live music successfully within their businesses, I decided to expand my business skills and focus on supplying music to a larger audience than just friends and family.
I've also been a huge advocate of helping out those that are younger, or older, who don't have a firm grasp on what the industry wants or has come to expect regarding the business model that should be presented.
"You'll always be better tomorrow, but only if you start today."