From the beginning, having a huge hit with their version of Seals & Croft's "Summer Breeze", their third album being released thru Motown Records in the US, and Japan's Toshiba-EMI re-issuing the entire catalog of 4 albums in 1999, Stylus has enjoyed unprecedented respect as a world-class musical collective.
That's the reason they were selected to open the Australian shows of Ike & Tina Turner, Average White Band and George Benson, among other leading world souls, funk and jazz artists, in 1975, '76 and '78.
Three original Stylus members—vocalist/songwriter Peter Cupples, pianist/keyboardist Sam McNally and guitar wizard Ronnie Peers—have done more in their careers since the 70's, than can possibly be listed here. Suffice to say, they are all better at their art, than ever.
Melbourne's Gerry Pantazis on drums and Chicago, USA born Doug Williams (an Aussie for many years now) playing bass and lead vocals, complete this line-up of Stylus, making it the most powerful yet.
The Stylus song-list comprises their "classic" hits from the 70's, intelligent funk and dance cover versions and a chunk of new original material. Four songwriters in Stylus means there is no shortage of great material.