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Kamahl is one of Australia’s most recognised and respected entertainers. The man with the smooth and graceful voice has sold over 10 million albums and won 60 gold and platinum records throughout his 45 year international career. In 1982 Queen Elizabeth II asked him to give a Royal Command performance in Brisbane for the Commonwealth Games. In 1975, his single, “The Elephant Song” hit the number one spot on the Dutch Top 40, the Nationale Hitparade and the Belgian BRT Top 30.  He has been in the Australian music industry for fifty years, and throughout that time has made some memorable TV and film appearances, as well as concerts. As one of the first people to appear in concert at the Sydney Opera House, Kamahl was a popular guest on the variety show Hey Hey It’s Saturday. He also  collaborated with the Wiggles for some of their performances, showing his inter-generational appeal. He has released singles and albums in the United States, Canada, Britain, New Zealand, South America, India, Singapore, Malaysia and Germany.