Darryl and Harmony

Father-daughter singing sensation.


Darryl and Harmony Lovegrove won the highest accolade for entertainment in the corporate and special events industry being Entertainer of the Year at the prestigious Australian Event Awards 2012. At just 12 years-old Harmony is the only child to have been bestowed such an honour.

Invoking the spirit of much-loved father-daughter duos Frank and Nancy Sinatra and Nat and Natalie King Cole – award-winning performers Darryl Lovegrove and his 12 year-old daughter Harmony bring to the stage a unique and special magic that makes audiences everywhere feel good.

Their vast repertoire includes Broadway blockbusters, contemporary classics and operatic arias. Show options include poignant duets The Prayer, Time to Say Goodbye and Somewhere from West Side Story, solo renditions of What the World Needs Now by Burt Bacharach, The Greatest Love of All and Nessun Dorma and selections from Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady and Annie.

Paying tribute to some of the world’s most popular family groups and artists they also perform songs by The Carpenters, The Bee Gees, Donny and Marie Osmond, The Jackson 5 and the legandary Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli.

Prepare for an emotional reaction as Darryl and Harmony give your audiences goosebumps – some will be moved to tears, some to give a standing ovation, but each and every audience will demand an encore.

Previous experience

Awards: Winner of the Australian Singing Competition in 1989 Darryl won New Zealand’s Rising Star Award and an Australian MO Award nomination for his portrayal of Jesus in Harry M Miller’s Jesus Christ Superstar opposite Jon Stevens.

Appearances: Appearing in Les Miserables, Chess and alongside Sarah Brightman in The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber he is the co-creator of the worlds’ most successful corporate entertainment act and operatic sensation The Three Waiters.

The Voice: Harmony wowed audiences and judges with her beautiful take on Burt Bacharach’s What the World Needs Now for the The Voice Australia in 2014.