A selection of HSCC tracks from our first two seasons. All songs arranged by Constantine Delo and produced by Darren Mullan.
THE HINDLEY STREET COUNTRY CLUB
Established in 2017 by Constantine Delo andDarren Mullan, HSCC is a collection of South Australia's finest musical and vocal talent who have been collaborating and producing quality interpretations of classic songs, performed and RECORDED LIVE.
HSCC draws on the range of exceptional talent in South Australia, both for the members of its musical ensemble and its guest vocalists
Lead vocalist & guitar player for legendary Adelaide band CLEARWAY & Progressive Rock Band SOUTHERN EMPIRE.
Danny has written and performed in original bands, sung T.V jingles and has recorded many voice overs over the course of his career. In 2005, he was chosen as the South Australian representative to audition as lead vocalist for INXS, beating out many hopefuls and finishing in the Australian top 20. In 2010, he took on and conquered the role of Judas in the stage production of Jesus Christ Superstar performing to sold out crowds nightly.
In 2007, Sarah made it to the top 16 of Australian Idol which lead her to team up with high profile songwriters and performers such as US Super Star Josh Hartnett (Pearl Harbour), and Richie Neville (member of the UK boy band 5ive). In 2012 she entered into The Voice Australia, and made it to the top 24 where she was controversially knocked out in the Battle Rounds. In 2015 Sarah was involved and competed in the iPop New Faces talent search in Los Angeles, USA. There she won ‘Best Adult Singer’, ‘Singer of the Year’ and ‘Best Overall Singer’.
Steve has performed in all areas of the music industry and toured with many artists and theatre shows. For many years he worked in television and radio as a session drummer and percussionist in most major recording studios across Australia and tours of Europe and the USA.
With a larger than life stage presence, Andy Seymour has the ability to transform even mediocre material into a compelling tale from the heart. He draws you in and invites you to get to know him. He doesn’t sing to the audience; he sings to YOU. Raised in country South Australia, he listened to small-town radio stations playing their eclectic blend of songs and even as a boy, felt akin to those who bared their soul in song. Music genre was irrelevant; they were songs from men with broken hearts. Andy’s diverse passion for music makes him as versatile as the songs he delivers.