• 2018 Performed at QPAC in Brisbane my "Hits of the Crooners" Show with 30 piece Australian Symphony Orchestra, George Ellis conducting.
• 2016 released the song “Forever and Ever” with Art Phillips as a tribute to Demis Roussos. (Art was Demis’s MD for 3 years).
• 2015 appeared on Channel 7s “The Morning Show” and “The Daily Edition” to promote his “Hits of the Crooners” show.
• 2015 final hosting of “Mornings in the Arena” his monthly show at the Reef Hotel Casino in Cairns after 7 years.
• 2014 sang for the G20 Finance Ministers.
• 2013 released the CD “Chris Lloyds Sings Matt Monro” on Universal Music. Alan Jones album of the week. Interviewed by Bob Rogers and other radio personalities. Chris appeared on Channel 7’s Morning Show to promote it.
• 2011 released “So Good So Far” CD with guitarist Art Phillips (past musical director for Demis Rousos and Barry Manilow).
• Toured with “LONG WAY TO THE TOP” Show.
• Joined Birtles, Shorrock, Goble (LRB) for a tour.
• One of the countries top studio session singers recording countless commercials/jingles and TV show themes in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide.
• Appeared on the Midday Show with Ray Martin, Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton, Ernie and Denise and The Don Lane Show on several occasions.
• Released the duet “Sometimes When We Touch” on Mega/Sony Records produced by Robie Porter (Rob EG).
• Performed “I Still Call Australia Home” on a barge at Darling Harbour in Sydney on Australia Day for Prince Charles and thousands of revelers.
• Top 5 hit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with an original song ‘Forever’ from his album ‘Caught in the Magic’ released on Pony Canyon Records throughout Asia.
• Lived in Los Angeles writing and recording for 2 years.
• Top 10 hit in the 80s with QLD band Big Red and ‘The Traveller’.
• Appeared on Countdown, Sounds, Simon Townsend’s Wonder World and various other TV Shows.
• Recorded the songs ‘Carry On’ and ‘Runaway’ for the TV series “The Henderson Kids” starring Kylie Minogue.
• Lead singer of popular touring band ‘Skintite’ who opened for Blondie, Joe Cocker, Meatloaf and José Feliciano.