Ben Brown

Ben Brown is an Acoustic Guitarist Vocalist who also specialises in live Guitar-looping. Originally hailing from Melbourne with a diploma in performing arts and a decade of performing on stages all over the world, Ben Brown is sure to provide a level of professionalism and talent that will lift the experience of any event.  

Ben grew up in a musical family with a passion for the stage and making people laugh.  This passion led him to performing in musicals such as Singing in the Rain, Once, Wicked, The Boy from Oz and many others.  Ben has toured the world, performing in New York, London, Tokyo, Singapore, South Korea and many parts of Europe whilst aboard luxury cruise liners. 

As a gifted musician, Ben’s been bringing his years of artistic experience and vocal skills to weddings and events across Australia, providing a level of high-quality entertainment that’s sure to impress.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Ben Brown is known to play a varied mix of pop, rnb, soul, folk, jazz, pop rock, house. Armed with his extensive repertoire list, Ben is adept at curating his set list to suit a broad range of musical tastes and preferences. Be it as a smooth soloist at a Corporate cocktail event, or with his looping Guitar skills in full swing for an energetic social function.

From romantic acoustic serenades, to energetic cocktail party vibes, Ben’s most popular package is his All-Day package. This features Ben performing as a soloing during Ceremony, Canapes, and Dinner and then he’s partnered with a DJ during your Reception for Dancing.

Absolutely! Our most popular packages feature Ben as a soloist (highly recommended!) however we can also provide Ben Brown matched with one of our fantastic Event Entertainers DJ’s for a balance of live music early in the day, and D-Floor fillers at night. Contact us today to hire Ben Brown for your event.

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