AS FORMER The X Factor finalists, family band Audio Vixen are known for their flawless harmonies, polished performances and know how to captivate an audience.
They will perform an entertaining array of popular rock hits at Blacktown Workers Club this Saturday, as part of their tour called A Salute to Classic Rock.
During the tour, the trio of one brother and two sisters have sung songs from their favourite artists including Fleetwood Mac's Go Your Own Way, Jon Bon Jovi's Blaze of Glory, Queen's Somebody to Love and Kiss's I Was Made for Lovin' You.
Audio Vixen singer, Ria Pirrelli, says the show is a big production and hopes it will give the audience a concert experience.
"We've got a seven-piece band, large screen display, visual effects and a fantastic lighting show," Ria said.
"We always hope the audience walks away feeling like they were at a concert, and we want people to see it as more than just musicians on a stage covering their favourite songs."
Growing up in a musical family, their love of singing started from a young age.
Their parents, Jay and Gisele, were also musicians who have been performing for roughly 40 years and are well known in Italian communities in Australia and America.
"Growing up in a musical household was not only fun and creative, but something that we really loved,"Ria said.
"It wasn't too much of a hard decision to follow that lead."
Audio Vixen themselves have been performing both original and cover songs together as a trio for about five years at venues and events across Australia.
Along the way, the trio has also been recording and releasing an EP under their own independent record label called Mighty Cool Records.
They went on to gain a larger exposure when they reached the top nine in last year's The X Factor finals.
"It was a fantastic, whirlwind experience, and we got to go through it together as a family," Ria said.
They have recently released their new EP titled Morning Of My Life, and are currently working in the studio on their album.
Audio Vixen will perform at Blacktown Workers Club on Saturday, September 8 as part of the A Salute to Classic Rock tour.
Tickets are $7.50 for members and $10.50 for visitors. Details/bookings: 9830 0600 or workersclub.com.au.