Performance Art - Live Clips and Media Appearances
Since the late eighties, and the breakup of Geisha, Chris continued a successful career in the music industry, including hitting a commercial peak with the release of "More Than A Game", the hit theme song from the Channel 9's top-rating AFL program The Footy Show, which he not only performed, by also co-wrote.
He has also worked as a solo artist, fronted other bands (such as Dragonfly, All The Young Dudes, and has recently formed Demolition Crew), written music for other artists (Daryl Braithwaite, James Blundell, Lee Kernaghen, Terri Nunn and Andrew Ridgley), and has even revisited his "Geisha" roots with a re-vamped line-up and sound.
The following section contains a selection of live clips and performances. Remember that many other videos are also available for viewing on either the Chris Doheny Official, or the Official Geisha Youtube channels.'
Times Like These
Chris performs this Foo Fighters' song at AAMI Stadium, Melbourne
for the inaugural home game of the Melbourne Rebels Rugby Team
Times Like These
Chris performing this Foo Fighters' song at the
Weary Dunlop Rugby Lunch at Melbourne's Crown Casino
in February 2012
Never Tell You Why (acoustic version)
A Geisha track re-release as part of Chris' album
"Acoustic Memoirs of Geisha" is given the live treatment
in this 2009 show.
Kabuki (acoustic version)
The classic Geisha track, re-recorded and released as an
acoustic version is feature in this live clip from 2008
Love Is All
Chris performing with All The Young Dudes on
Tonight Live with Steve Vizard
River Of Love
Chris performing with Dragonfly on Channel 10's program "Take 40"
Appearing on Tonight Live with Steve Vizard
Darling Be Home Soon
In his first solo appearance on Australian National TV
Chris performs a rendition of Joe Cocker's
"Darling Be Home Soon"
Official Video Clips
A few of the official video clips that have been produced to promote music releases are shown in this section below. Remember that if you want to view more clips, head over to either the Chris Doheny Official, or the Official Geisha Youtube channels.
The 2009 Geisha release
The 1990 release by All The Young Dudes
Can You Hear The Rain
The official video clip of this 1997 release.
Released as a Geisha single in 1995
Blasts from the Past - the Original Geisha
The following few video clips highlight Chris front the original 80's Geisha line-ups. Of course, you can also head on over to the official Geisha website to view more information, photos, audio and clips from this legendary Aussie band.
In 1998, Geisha re-formed for a one-off concert at the "Mercury Lounge"
at the Crown Complex in Melbourne.
Calling Your Name
Live Countdown Performance, 1986
Donny Sutherland's Sounds TV show (1986)