DESCRIBED as the 'Voice of Vegas', entertainer Greg Bonham (pictured) will bring his unique sound to Blacktown Workers Club.
While his voice may resemble something that booms out from the bright lights of Nevada, his origins are a lot closer to home.
"I was born and raised on a sheep farm, in the Aussie outback and I wouldn't change a thing," he said.
"I had always dreamed of becoming an entertainer and my parents were behind me all the way.
"I owe them everything."
Bonham was born to be a front man and an entertainer and started his career in a similar vein to that of Michael Jackson.
Along with his two brothers and two sisters, Bonham led the family dance band at the age of 11.
The time spent performing with his family helped give him the experience he needed to forge a successful entertainment career.
Bonham was discovered by a booking agent in Sydney when he won a talent contest at the age of 16.
Following the win, he left the farm and headed for Sydney.
He then made the journey with his wife and daughter to Las Vegas, via England for six years, and with a brief stint in Miami.
On his way towards becoming a headline act in the 'city that never sleeps', Bonham opened for acts including Jay Leno, Don Rickles and Joan Rivers.
Arguably his greatest achievement to date is the sale of 14 million records in Russia alone.
Bonham has also appeared on numerous television shows throughout the US.
Bonham says he still calls Australia home.
"It is sure is a long way from the farm but I wouldn't change a thing.
"I'm still that same country boy at heart, living my dream . . . to be an entertainer."