Benji and Ed Have the Experience and Talent to Play Any Venue

Holly Leszczynski

Melbourne acoustic duo, Benji and Ed are suited to any style of bar or venue. With over a decade of performing experience both nationally and internationally, this duo have the skills to entertain any audience. Their light-hearted, laid-back approach coupled with their professionalism and talent makes them the perfect live act for any venue.

Performing Top 40 hits from the 80s to now, Benji and Ed are sure to captivate audiences and even get them up and dancing, accommodating to any vibe or atmosphere. Their repertoire is as impressive as it is extensive, performing songs from artists such as Simon and Garfunkel, Prince, Vance Joy, Guns and Roses, Sam Smith and Oasis. If your bar or venue is more chilled, Benji and Ed can perform “Time of Your Life” by Green Day, “Just The Way You Are” by Bruno Mars, “Fix You” by Coldplay and “Don’t Dream it’s Over” by Crowded House. If your venue requires something a little more danceable, Benji and Ed can do “All The Small Things” by Blink 182, “Blister in the Sun” by Violent Femmes, “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey and “Hey Ya” by Outkast.

This medley recorded at Flanagan’s Border Inn in Bacchus Marsh showcases Benji and Ed’s natural talent and musical chemistry. These two know exactly how to get the audience up and dancing and even singing along. Their friendly, relaxed approach makes them a crowd favourite and ensures everyone has a fun, memorable night.

Benji’s vocals and Ed’s acoustic guitar are perfectly complementary, working together to provide unforgettable performances. Their vast experience in the industry and wide ranging musical influences make this acoustic duo an ideal addition to any bar or venue looking to liven the place up with some great live music. Patrons are sure to be impressed by these two and are bound to come back for more (and bring their friends too)!


Be sure to check out our website and book Benji and Ed for your bar or venue.


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