Shauna Jensen

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Shauna Jensen

Shauna Jensen is an Australian singer. She has been a member of multiple bands including Purple Vision and Flake. She was a cast member of Australia's Jesus Christ Superstar and appeared on the Original Australian Cast Recording album in 1972 and she toured nationally with the Long Way to the Top concert tour. She has performed backup vocals for many acts such as INXS, Jimmy Barnes, Billy Thorpe, Powderfinger and Hugh Jackman and she provides the vocals for many advertising campaigns. She sings on a number of tracks on the 1985 Rebel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. In 2004 she became a judge for the fourth season of Australia's Popstars, titled Popstars Live.[1][2] She is now known as a Sydney gay icon.[3]



  • Something Real (1997)


  • "Out of the Hat" (1979) - Big Time
  • "Take me to Heaven" (2001) (Paul Goodyear feat Shauna Jensen)

With Flake (lead vocals)

  • "Teach Me How To Fly". b-side of "Reflections of My Life" (1970) Aus Top 30


  1. ^ Blundell, Graeme (8 December 2007), "The Face: Shauna Jensen", The Australian
  2. ^ McFarlane, Ian (1999). "Encyclopedia entry for 'Flake'". Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. ISBN 1-86508-072-1. Archived from the original on 1 September 2004.
  3. ^ Allen, David (18 March 2013), "A candid chat with the incomparable Shauna Jensen", Aussie Theatre .com