Normie Rowe was the first and biggest solo star of Australian pop in the Sixties. A strong singer and a natural performer, his bright, edgy tenor voice was showcased in well-chosen popular material. Backed by assured performances from his band The Playboys, he cut a string of classic beat singles that kept him at the top of charts and made him the most popular solo performer of the "beat" era. Indeed, Normie's version of Que Sera Sera remains one of the most successful Aussie singles of the 1960s.
It was the 60's in Australia. Normie Rowe was Australia's first pop star to receive a gold record, and repeated this another four times, setting new standards in the music industry, totalling five gold records. History making stats.
Today Normie Rowe is Aussie icon, winning numerous awards and accolades from his peers, public and his Nation. Normie continues performing and takes time to promote prostate cancer.