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The Lovegroves shine

LAST spotted by BEN breasting the Business Class bar onboard a Qantas flight to Thailand, Darryl Lovegrove who has entertained many of us at corporate events, in particular as a singing waiter in the Three Tenors, was named together with his daughter Harmony, as Entertainer of the Year at the Australian Event Awards, in a glittering ceremony at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. This father-daughter duo is something of a rarity in the events industry, especially as Harmony at 12 years of age  and compared to a young Barbra Streisand, is the youngest performer to be nominated for or to win an Australian Event Award. Lovegrove is more widely known for his award-winning portrayal of Jesus in Harry M Miller’s Jesus Christ Superstar, and in the events industry as the co-creator of international corporate entertainment phenomenon “The Three Waiters” in addition to hit corporate acts such as “The Leading Men” (also finalists in this year’s awards) and “Jersey to Motown”. Sandy Hollway and John Allen, co-chairs of the eminent industry judging panel said of the win, “Congratulations on developing a ‘product’ that clearly meets the needs of a diverse (and difficult to please) audience. We were all in tears”. LAST spotted by BEN breasting the Business Class bar onboard a Qantas flight to Thailand, Darryl Lovegrove who has entertained many of us at corporate events, in particular as a singing waiter in the Three Tenors, was named together with his daughter Harmony, as Entertainer of the Year at the Australian Event Awards, in a glittering ceremony at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. This father-daughter duo is something of a rarity in the events industry, especially as Harmony at 12 years of age and compared to a young Barbra Streisand, is the youngest performer to be nominated for or to win an Australian Event Award. Lovegrove is more widely known for his award-winning portrayal of Jesus in Harry M Miller’s Jesus Christ Superstar, and in the events industry as the co-creator of international corporate entertainment phenomenon “The Three Waiters” in addition to hit corporate acts such as “The Leading Men” (also finalists in this year’s awards) and “Jersey to Motown”. Sandy Hollway and John Allen, co-chairs of the eminent industry judging panel said of the win, “Congratulations on developing a ‘product’ that clearly meets the needs of a diverse (and difficult to please) audience. We were all in tears”.
 
 
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