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Jon Stevens (born 8 October 1962) is a New Zealand-born singer of Māori descent.
Stevens is the brother of New Zealand Idol judge, Frankie Stevens.
The tour was entitled 'Let's Get Together' and was scheduled to begin in Melbourne in April 2008, following Stevens's acoustic tour of regional Victoria with Australian country music singer Adam Brand.
In August 2011, Stevens released a new single "Just a Man" to Australian radio.
A seventh solo studio album was released in September 2011 on new record label Universal Music Australia, called Changing Times.
On 11 November 2011, a new album of soul music cover versions, called Testify! In July 2012, Stevens teamed up with production outfit Silver Sneakerz for a dance remix of Noiseworks' 1988 hit "Touch".
A cast recording album was released in July 1992, which peaked at number 1 and was the highest selling album in Australia in 1992.
From 2000 to 2003, Stevens fronted Australian rock band INXS after the death of their lead singer Michael Hutchence.
It peaked at number 7 on the New Zealand charts and was certified Gold.
He moved to Australia in 1981 and subsequently became an Australian citizen.
In 2005, Stevens released "The Works", recorded as part of the Liberation Blue acoustic series, which included tracks from his time in Noiseworks.
After a national tour with Ian Moss and Choirboys— "Six Strings & The Works"—he completed a smaller acoustic tour, followed by a short break and an announcement that Noiseworks were preparing to tour again in late September 2007.