Fortune sang about 20 songs during the course of the show, including Pink Floyd’s “Money”, the Box Tops’ “The Letter”, and the Mamas & the Papas’ “California Dreaming”, all of which appear on the recently released DVD.
Our music will of course live on and we will always be a part of that." INXS Break Up After 35 Years "It's very sad, if it's true and they're actually breaking up," says Fortune, who now has his own band, aptly named Fortune.Songkick PR representative Sheryl Seitz told Billboard in an email: "Photos are uploaded to Songkick by fans and artists directly.As we're a live music site, we encourage our community to share photos of the concert experience (as opposed to press shots, for example)."If an artist has a problem with a photo we are of course happy to help them out," says Seitz."It doesn't bother me," says Fortune of the photo showing up on the tour site. Fortune was an unknown rock musician who had tried for years to get his career off the ground in Canada when he was chosen out of more than 50,000 applicants to appear on the TV show "Rock Star: INXS" in 2005 along with 14 other contestants.He eventually won the coveted job to front the legendary band, whose charismatic frontman Michael Hutchence died in 1997.“Obviously, I didn’t have any success until last year, but every job that I’ve ever had, or every career that I thought I was gonna embark on, it always failed to satisfy me the way the music did.” Fortunately for Fortune, a few years ago INXS guitarist-saxophonist Kirk Pengilly came up with the idea of having a televised global search to help his group find a replacement for Hutchence.