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Vaudeville Smash are an Australian disco-funk band led by three brothers, Marc, Dan, and Luca Lucchesi, and joined by friends James Bowers and Ash Griffin. Formed in 2009, the Melbourne group have released 3 studio albums, 3 EPs, and brought their electric energy and showmanship to audiences around the globe. 

If anyone knows how to turn a crowd, it’s these guys. Legendary for their live shows and musicianship, Vaudeville Smash are an eccentric spectacle that leave fans wondering what they just experienced, then coming back for more. Their touring journey includes Australia and Japan, where they headlined the Sapporo Music Festival, to gracing stages in New York, Austin, Texas at South by Southwest, Singapore, Toronto, Spain, and Italy. They're also Australian festival favourites, playing Woodford Folk Festival, Caloundra Music Festival, Secret Garden Festival, St Kilda Festival and Blues On Broadbeach.

The band gained international recognition in 2014 when they released Zinedine Zidane featuring late veteran commentator Les Murray. A viral sensation about a popular French professional football player, the single has garnered over 11 million streams, 23 million YouTube views and was named among Billboard’s top 10 unofficial World Cup anthems.  

Currently working on their fourth studio album, Vaudeville Smash are proving themselves as one of Australia's most important yacht rock revivalists.

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