'Take Me Away' is out now!
Shannon Noll was revealed as the Blowfly when he was eliminated from Ten Network’s The Masked Singer Australia last night (August 22).
Although Noll gave a stellar performance of You Give Love A Bad Name by Bon Jovi but it wasn’t enough to save him, as he was soon asked to ‘take it off’ for the big reveal.
We previously broke down the clues as to why we thought Noll was the Blowfly.
Following the broadcast, Noll released his new single, Take Me Away.
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While appearing on the TV show and following the release of his #1 ARIA Australian album RAW last year, Noll has been back in studio laying the foundations for his first full-on, full production Rock album in many years.
He recently played at the Big Country Festival in Berry and the Beers & Boots Festival in Camden to audiences of over 10,000 adoring fans. And he’ll be playing to more massive crowds in the coming months at events such as Savannah In The Round, Deni Ute Muster, Oktoberfest (Mornington Peninsula and Melbourne), Moe Racing carnival and Wollongong’s New Year’s Eve Festival.
During lockdown, Noll moved to the Northern Rivers region and bought himself a 100-acre farm. He also co-founded and launched Bait Bomb By Nollsie, a new Australian made fishing product for catching yabbies, crays and lobsters.
Noll’s everyman appeal lies in his honesty, he strikes a chord with legions of music fans, tapping into a pure emotion that’s both his own and instantly relatable. His rise to fame as the first runner-up of the initial Australian Idol series in 2003 changed his life from farm hand in Condobolin forever.
Since taking to the stage and commencing his successful recording career, Australia’s favourite son Noll has gone on to receive consistent acclaim with seven top 10 albums, including two multi-platinum #1 ARIA albums, has 17 platinum and three gold accreditations, and boasts a reputation as the only Australian male artist in national chart history to have ever achieved ten consecutive top ten singles. His single What About Me was certified 4× platinum was the highest selling single in Australia in 2004.
In 2020, Noll also scored his first #1 on the Australian Country charts when he featured on Find Our Way with girl-band Southbound xo. He also teamed up with four-piece Melbourne band, Darlinghurst on You Stopped Making Sense in 2021.
Keep up to date with everything Shannon Noll on his Facebook page here.