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The iconic Ross “The Boss” Wilson is an Australian hall of fame inductee well known for his singing, songwriting, guitar and music producing skills and for his exploits with Mondo Rock and Daddy Cool.
He learnt how to sing as a boy in the church choir and even sang at weddings as a boy soprano. His interest in rock music intensified when his father took him to rock & roll concerts when he was 10. His music career however, kick off until he was 24 when he formed The Pink Finks.
Best Known For
The group Daddy Cool was greatly efficacious with singles such as chart-topping Eagle Rock in 1970. His exploits with Mondo Rock was perceived as quality all through and was popular in the 80s. He was also successful with his solo albums.
Ross is straight. His past relationships are unknown. However, he was wedded to Patricia Higgins in 1969 for twenty years before getting hitched to his current wife, ten years after his split from Pat.
His parents’ names are unknown but he has a brother named Bruce. He has been a husband to Tania Gogos-Wilson since 1999 and together they have sons Dimitri and Daniel and daughter Athina. He is also a step-father to Tania's daughter Olympia Valance who is a model and actress.
It is unclear what religion Wilson currently practices or what faith he believes in but growing up, he worshipped and was part of the choir in an Anglican church.
Worth To Know
He was involved in an auto accident in 1963. He started playing the harmonica in the following recovering months.
Wilson has been sworn in into the Australia’s music body (ARIA) as an artist in 1989 and as a part of Daddy Cool in 2006.