MC, Corporate Presenter and Performer
John Fleming is a highly experienced presenter and performer with over two decades of acclaimed work on TV, radio, live shows and corporate work both in Australia and overseas.
As one-half of the internationally acclaimed comedy group Scared Weird Little Guys, John won numerous awards including an ARIA award and a Mo award. The Scaredies (disbanded mid-2011) always delivered a great corporate product and John continues to do so with his new act.
As a host or MC John Fleming is a clear and accurate presenter able to fill or tighten where necessary to keep the flow and energy of a presentation right. He has hosted and presented on many stages, both at private functions and public events.
Some of his more high-profile events include MCing the Melbourne International Arts Festival main stage at Federation Square stage in 2004, and the Moomba Birdman rally in 2010. He has also MCed many corporate events with the Scared Weird Little Guys.
An exceptional singer, John also plays guitar and piano, giving him the ability to deliver a corporate message or get the point across in a fresh and meaningful way.
In an entertainment spot John presents a variety of musical styles to suit the demographic of the audience, featuring adapted lyrics or original tailored songs if required. Spots can range from 10 to 30 minutes. Some incidental comedy could be part of what is a mainly musical show.
John can perform solo, however he can be accompanied by small groups through medium-sized rock bands, all the way up to a full big band or orchestra, depending on the scale and budget of the event.
What makes John Fleming stand out?
- Experience in liaising with event organisers and clients, making that aspect of the function a breeze
- An exceptional voice which suits a broad range of styles and is guaranteed to please
- Enormous experience in reading a crowd, be it an intimate gathering or a large plenary session
- The ability to compose entirely original musical works to deliver a message or poke fun at an audience
- Great improvisation skills mean he is flexible and adaptive and his easy style makes the whole function run smoothly and efficiently