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Graham is a living legend in South Australia. He had a distinguished football career, playing more than 350 games for his beloved Glenelg Tigers, coaching the club to Premierships in 1985 and 1986. Graham also spent a season with North Melbourne in the Australian Football League, and was playing-coach of South Adelaide for two seasons. He is perhaps best known around Australia as the inaugural coach of the Adelaide Crows in the AFL and is now an AFL Hall Of Fame member.

Today, Graham is one of South Australia’s best known personalities, through his top-rating afternoon sports program on Radio 5AA (which he hosts with Stephen Rowe), his football commentary for Channel 7, and his weekly column in Adelaide’s Advertiser newspaper. Graham is also a devoted family man, with his wife Nicole and their three daughters, as well as his high-profile footballer sons Chad and Kane. And to top it all off, he’s the star attraction of the Allstar Rock Band!

Simon is one of Adelaide’s most talented vocalists and musicians. Originally from Sydney, Simon has worked with some of the greats of Australian contemporary music, including Marcia Hines, Marc Hunter, and James Blundell. He also has an impressive portfolio of singing credits on well-known radio and television ads, and was performing as a background vocalist on the hit TV program Australian Idol for two seasons. Since moving to Adelaide five years ago, Simon has performed with successful bands including Swanee, Triagra, and Big Fish, and has built a reputation for his soulful/rock voice and his great on-stage presence and humour. We consider ourselves very fortunate to have an entertainer of Simon’s calibre as the lead singer of Cornesy’s Allstar Rock Band.



"Heathy" brings a touch of showmanship and a range of characters to the band. Whether it’s Bruce Presley (Elvis’ 23rd cousin twice removed), Bruce Cash, Bruce Ausborne (Australia’s answer to Ozzy Osbourne), or Boy Bruce (a former acquaintance of Boy George), David adds plenty of colour and humour to the show. David is a journalist by profession, and has worked in the Adelaide and Melbourne media for 27 years, including several years at Radio 5AA. In recent years, David has worked as a State and local government media adviser, and is now the Communications Manager for the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth (CLLMM) Program within South Australia’s Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources.

Greg is one of Adelaide's talented guitarists, and we consider ourselves very fortunate to have him on board. He has a lifetime of experience in several successful local Adelaide bands including The Wise Guys, Club Schmaltz, Muskat, Big Fish and guests in many more. He's also had the pleasure of backing many Australian touring acts including John Paul Young, Alison Durban, Wilbur Wilde, Darryl Cotton, Beccy Cole (and her mum, Carol Sterzel), Johnny Mac, Bev Harrell, Normie Rowe and not to overlook the AllStars own "Bruce Presley". Greg also adds harmonies to the band.



Dean Fioretti joined the Allstars in early 2009, and quickly established himself as an important member of the band. Dean studied music at the University of Adelaide, and today passes on his wide knowledge of music and the bass guitar to several music students. Dean is a much sought-after musician who has brought plenty of energy and new ideas to the Allstars. He's a proud dad and dedicated family man who works in the fashion industry when he's not playing or teaching the bass.

Providing the strong back beat for Cornesy’s Allstar Rock Band are two of Adelaide’s most sought-after drummers, Rob and Travis Dragani. The father and son team have been associated with some of Adelaide’s best bands, and are well known throughout the Australian music scene as being highly skilled and great characters. Rob has had great success as a member of local Sixties band The Highlights, including headlining the recent sell-out "Rock the Boat" cruise. Travis is a rare talent, who is often sought out by national and international touring bands. In recent times, Travis has played with the Adelaide bands Hills & Trains, Emergency Rule, and Angels of Gung Ho. He has also supported some top international acts and tours, including Bruce Kulick (KISS) and The Buddy Holly Show.