IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to COVID-19 precautionary measures all live music has been temporarily suspended and will remain so until further notice. This applies to all regular live music including Morning Shows and Friday and Saturday live music.
Live music and entertainment will return to The Waves. For updates on this please check back here regularly or follow The Waves via one of the social media links below.
Welcome to The Waves Club Caloundra's free Morning Melody Shows. Enjoy live performances, singing, dancing, costume, and of course the occasional joke or yarn with the very best in Australia's entertainers. The shows start from 10:30am and conclude at 12:00pm with a raffle held at the end of each show.
So grab your husband, your wife, your friends, and your dancin' shoes, and we'll see you at The Waves for our next Morning Melody show.
2020 Morning Shows
April 14 and June 2
Fortunato Isgro was born 17 March 1983 on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. From a young age, he was introduced to traditional Italian and 50's English music, where family sing-a-longs were a common place. His natural gift for music was soon realised at the age of eight when he began teaching himself to play keyboard by ear.
From these humble beginnings, Fortunato started playing and singing professionally in many clubs and pubs on the Gold Coast at the age of sixteen. After being in the industry for a few years, Fortunato decided to broaden his musical capabilities by learning and singing traditional Italian songs. His launch into the Italian scene was well received by the Italian community in Australia and resulted in him establishing regular gigs at many clubs, restaurants and wineries across the country.
Over time, Fortunato has built a strong rapport and fan-base within Australia and is renowned for his powerful voice, an extensive repertoire of both English and Italian songs and his ability to entertain large groups of people. He regularly performs at a number of Italian clubs and festivals throughout Australia, including the Australian Italian Festival Ingham, Hervey Bay Cultural Festival, Stanthorpe, Three Saints Festival and the Santa Eufemia Festival Adelaide to name a few.