Saturday, 20 December 2014
You Can't Have Me/Star Song/Only If You Want Me/Move On Me/Take Away/Celebratin'/Denim And Lace/Little Miss Demeanour/Playing Your Game/Instant Coffee, Instant Tea/It's No Good/They Made It Rock
Marty Rhone (born Karel Lawrence van Rhoon, 7 May 1948, Soerabaja, Dutch East Indies) is a pop singer-songwriter, actor and talent manager. In July 1975 his single, "Denim and Lace", peaked at No. 2 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart. He had another hit in June 1977 with "Mean Pair of Jeans", which reached No. 11. As an actor he appeared on the Australian stage in Godspell (1972–73); on TV in Number 96 (1974) and Class of '75 (1975); and in the London theatre production of The King and I (1979–80) alongside Yul Brynner. From late 1987 to August 1990, he was the business manager of a trio of brothers, the Australian boxing champions: Dean (heavyweight class), Guy (light heavyweight) and Troy Waters (junior middleweight).