Daryl Braithwaite

Daryl Braithwaite

Daryl Braithwaite was one of Australia's biggest stars of the 70s and 80s and still one of the best vocalists.

The bona fide Aussie is still performing all the hits from his Sherbet and solo days.

Daryl's solo career includes 15 singles in the Australian top 40, including two number-one hits, "You're My World"(October 1974) and "The Horses"(January 1991). His second studio album, Edge (November 1988), peaked at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, No. 14 in Norway and No. 24 in Sweden.

Daryl Braithwaite and his twin brother, Glenn were born on 11 January 1949 and raised in a working class family in Melbourne. Braithwaite attended Punt Road Primary School in South Yarra, then Christ Church Grammar.

In March 1970, he joined Sherbet who became one of the country's biggest bands over the next ten years.

At the ARIA Music Awards of 2017, Braithwaite was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame by Jimmy Barnes.

December 28-31, 2017

Despite not releasing a hit song since the early '90s, 68-year-old Daryl Braithwaite wowed a glitterdrenched crowd in their early 20s on the opening night of the annual Falls Festival in Lorne. The former Sherbet frontman's solo hit One Summer was a crowd favourite, as was Howzat, but nothing compared to his extended rendition of The Horses.

Daryl Braithwaite's Australian 'anthem'

The Horses

"The Horses"written by Rickie Lee Jones and Walter Becker is well known for the 1990 cover by Daryl Braithwaite.

iTunes: The Horses


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