Meet the band



Mikala’s calm, relaxed attitude and open, friendly personality help her immediately connect to an audience.

Not only a vocalist but also a student and teacher of music and musical theatre, Mikala believes music is for everyone. She is always seeking to expand her knowledge and skill set and loves to share it all with her students. A Diploma of Music at TAFESA and a Bachelor of Music at Tabor Institute of Music, Mikala is a vocal and acting coach when she’s not busy producing her own Fringe shows and performing in her duo ‘Acoustic Amigos’.

The only thing she loves more than ice cream, fun clothes, funky earrings, and the TV show ‘Friends’ is sharing her passion for music and performing WITH her friends.



A children’s entertainment veteran of over 15 years, Nick’s cheeky, spontaneous sense of humor and raw vocal power make him a crowd favourite.

Performing as a professional drummer since he was 15, Nick now works as a freelance musician and sound engineer. He can be found around town teaching drums, producing, recording, mixing and mastering music or providing musical entertainment at weddings in his acoustic trio The Neapolitans or party band The Big Squeeze.

In his spare time he’ll be cycling around the inner suburbs with his daughter looking for a new park or playground to explore.



Packing a formidable sonic arsenal, Jono is a one-man orchestra.

Covering piano, organ, strings, brass and bass parts when needed, his musicianship is an invaluable asset to the team, as is his dry, subtle comedic style and wit.

Jono spent some time studying at the Elder Conservatorium of Music at Adelaide Uni and is on regular rotation as a session musician for The Baker Boys and Cruse Entertainment, as well as his own party band The Big Squeeze.

Jono also has his AFC A Licence and is currently Technical Director for Salisbury Inter Girls Football. He spent over 10 years coaching Football SA Girls State teams, including 2 years as assistant coach for the Adelaide United W-League side.



Nat’s punctuality, rock solid beats and scheduling prowess has earned her the nickname “The Time Lord.”

A very accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Nat is a skilled drummer, saxophonist, clarinetist, bass guitarist, guitarist and pianist.

She runs her own successful business Cruse Entertainment with husband Marly and they, along with their team of session musicians, are highly sought after in the wedding and corporate scene.



A whirlwind of energy and a deep well of empathy, you can always count on Eve to rise to the occasion.

Eve can transform into a wide variety of characters as well as play flute, ukulele, bagpipes and bass guitar, but her forte is relating to the children and she’ll go the extra mile to make sure they have an amazingly positive experience.

Eve is a keen performer of musical theatre and she can often be found in amateur productions around Adelaide.



With his welcoming smile, thoughtful demeanor and incredible aural skills, Mark is ready to ROCK your school.

A singer songwriter at heart with a passion for bluegrass, folk and alt country music, he loves to express his musical ideas on guitar, mandolin and bass.

Playing in various projects over the last ten years, Mark is well loved in the Adelaide original music scene and his band Mark Curtis and The Flannelettes are developing a solid following.

Mark has studied music at TAFE as well as Popular Music and Creative Technologies at Adelaide Uni, whilst teaching guitar privately to a select few young prodigies.



Bio coming soon.