A Look At Savage Garden

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By the age of ten, he was playing the keyboard and drums in pubs and hotels. Daniel's musical influences were, Peter Gabriel, XTC, and Tears For Fears. Darren was born May 8, 1972 in Brisbane, he is both the lead and back up singers. At a young age, he began showing a lot of interest of getting into entertainment by singing and acting around the house which led him to act in many school plays when he got into high school...
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After high school, Darren attended college, to study journalsim, Drama and education. His influences include, Prince, The Smiths, Fleetwood Mac, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, and Duran Duran. Both the guys are songwriters. Daniel was playing with another band called Red Edge, when he put an ad in a Brisbane music paper for a lead vocalist, Darren was studying to be a teacher when he decided he wanted to get into the music scene, he saw Daniel's ad and responded, "We clicked imeadeatly"(Darren Hayes, SavageGarden biography) Darren joined the band and in 1994, He and Daniel decided they were tired of playing other people's music so they left the band and devoted their time to writing and the band, Crush was formed...
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