Biography

There are at least two groups with the name Max Q.

a) Max Q were a short-lived Australian rock band, active in the late 1980s. A recording project for INXS frontman Michael Hutchence. It consisted of Hutchence (Vocals) and Ollie Olsen (Production), accompanied by key members of the Melbourne post-punk scene, most of whom had previously collaborated with Olsen.

The project followed on from Hutchence and Olsen’s work on the film Dogs In Space, where they met. Max Q released one critically acclaimed self-titled album in 1989 and had minor hits with the songs “Sometimes” (a cover of an Orchestra Of Skin And Bone track) and “Way of the World”. They toured briefly before Hutchence went back to his day job with INXS.

b) Max Q is also the name of a barbershop quartet from the United States. Who won an International Gold Medal in 2007. Formed by the four members: Jeff Oxley, bass; Gary Lewis, Baritone; Tony DeRosa, Lead; Greg Clancy, Tenor.

Edited by germansaez on 8 Sep 2011, 03:57

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