Colin Hay possesses a rare ability to communicate. A unique and powerful voice backed with his own distinctive guitar instrumentation delivers his songs straight to the hearts and minds of any audience.
As front man and principle songwriter for eighties hit machine Men at Work, Hay is responsible for one of the most identifiable sounds in pop music. Classic songs like Down Under, Overkill, and Who Can It Be Now unfold before the ears like miniature movies, with timeless twists and a bittersweet sense of humor.
Since Men at Work broke up in 1985, Hay has released a series of critically acclaimed solo albums, reunited his old band with astonishing success, closed the 2000 Sydney Olympics, played and sang, in the Ringo Starr All Starr Band, performed “Man @Work” his own one man show off Broadway, New York, and watched, as his songs continue to connect with new fans the world over. Hay’s “I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You”, became an indelible hit from the success of the Garden State soundtrack, garnering extensive praise from all corners and all ages.
Colin Hay's wit and warmth is now reaching an audience that may be too young to remember cassette tapes or the electric slide. A fluid mix of monologue, song, comedy, and reflection, Colin Hay transports audiences, and makes them glad they came.