The Grasshoppers

Very familiar faces to the thriving Fremantle music scene, the Grasshoppers are both entertaining and professional in their performance and can guarantee a fantastic and memorable night filled with all of your old favourite tunes!

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Reggae/rock/roots/rhythm and blues both original and covers – the artists range from Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, CCR, Australian Crawl, The Doors, Eric Clapton, Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, Men at Work, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Talking Heads, Steve Miller Band, The Kinks, Cream, The Guess Who, Bob Dylan, Joe Cocker, Hendrix, Prince, Police, Wilson Pickett, Status quo, Lou Reed, Rod Stewart.

The Grasshoppers was formed in 2007 with Silva Dee Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist and front man of the band along with brother Junior D’Silva (bass player) started gigging locally with various drummers.

In 2008/2009 the band took a serious turn and went into the studio to record their first album “ I Guess I’m Lucky” which went on to sell over one thousand albums in a short period of time. The title track is now being used in a documentary in the USA – called “Signs of Our Times”. A doco relating to the plight of the homeless in the USA and around the world. It’s definitely a humble reward for Silva Dee.

Dynamic and renowned drummer Reggie D’Souza joining in the band made the difference and brought to light exactly what was needed. His energy and professionalism lifts the feel to another level and since the band has the desire to climb all genres, his capability suits the anticipation of a surprise to any rhythms desired.

2013/2014 brought the release of the band’s second album “Taking you Home Tonight” which has sold close to a thousand copies. The last song of the album “Burning Away” (a song about global warming) is presently being negotiated with a publisher to be aired on FM stations on low rotation in the USA.

Legendary bass player Peter Oats has added a lot more colour and variety and his vocal capability is a big asset to the band.

Silvadee’s new single “Demons Around” was released around mid December through all internet outlets – CD Baby/itunes/amazon/bandcamp etc – it’s a brilliantly crafted progressive rock ballad with powerful lyrics directed to the negative of the evil drug – ICE which is tearing our youth and society apart.

A fan base has been definitely established with venues packed out during their performance. Their energy combined with a repertoire of mixed genres suiting the young and old with professional ambience on stage gives The Grasshoppers the edge between good and awesome. You can be sure to step on the floor from song one.

The Grasshoppers are both entertaining and professional in their performance and can guarantee a fantastic and memorable night filled with all of your old favourite tunes!


1) Abracadabra

2) After Midnight

3) Aint No sunshine

4) American Woman

5) Another Brick in the Wall

6) Baby I love your way

7) Bad moon rising

8) Beast of Burden

9) Boys Light UP

10) Break On through

11) Brown Eyed Girl

12) Brown Sugar

13) Buffalo Soldier

14) Call Me the Breeze

15) Cant always get what you want

16) Cocaine

17) Could You Be Loved

18) Creep

19) Crossroads

20) Dancin In The Streets

21) DreadLock Holiday

22) Drift Away

23) Exodus

24) Feelin alright

25) Funky Music

26) Get Up Standup

27) Hand jive

28) Hey Joe

29) Honky Tonk Woman

30) Hot Legs

31) I Don’t wanna Wait in Vain

32) I Fought The Law and the Law Won

33) I shot the sheriff

34) I Used to Love Her

35) Is This Love

36) Jammin

37) Joker

38) Johnny Be Good

39) Kiss

40) Land Down Under

41) Message In a Bottle

42) Midnight Special

43) Midnight Hour

44) Misty Morning

45) Mustang Sally

46) No Woman No Cry

47) Not Fade Away

48) One Love

49) Redemption Song

50) Rockin all over the World

51) Rock in a Hard Place

52) Rockin in a free world

53) Start me up

54) Sweet Home Alabama

55) This Could be the Last Time

56) Three LIttle Birds

57) You’ve Really Got me

58) Walk on the Wild Side

59)Wild Thing

60) So Lonely

61) Stir it up

62) A Woman’s day

63) Doom and Gloom

64) Keep on Rockin’ me baby

65) Diggin in the Dirt

66) Take me to the River

67) All along the watch tower


1)  Pipeline Thinking

2)  Concert of War

3)  Midnight Blues

4) I can’t be Your Lover

5) I Guess I’m Lucky

6) Big Fella Blues

7) No Deals for the Devil

8) Messed Up Man

9) Doing Alright

10) Taking You Home Tonight

11)Money Can’t Buy You Time

12)Lilly The Labrador

13)Master of My Own Destination

14)Mama’s Dying

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