This WA all-star band came together to perform a special one-off set at Rockin' WA Day held at the Civic Hotel on June 2, 2013 to honour and pay tribute to Chrissy Amphlett who, sadly, lost her battle with Multiple Sclerosis and Breast Cancer on April 21 2013.

Band Members Are all renowned and highly crafted musicians in their own right having appeared in numerous high profile West Coast pub, touring and corporate bands.
Donna Greene  Lead Vocals,  Jaime Page Guitar/Vocals, Craig Skelton Keys/Acoustic Guitar/Vocals, Gazman Campbell Guitar/Vocals,  Pete Borg Bass/Vocals,  Troy Brazier Drums

From 2013 - 2016 SIREN Divinyls Show payed homage to our iconic Australian diva, the dearly departed Chrissy Amphlett and Divinyls, while "crusading for a cure" by raising awareness and funds for people living with Multiple Sclerosis.
Between 2013 and what had been deemed the final Sound The Siren - Rock For MS Show in 2017, over $34,990 was raised through our SOUND THE SIREN - ROCK FOR MS series.

Sound The Siren to Rock For MS and back

The Sound The Siren - Rock For MS series of concerts sprang from 2013’s “Sound The Siren - Siren Divinyls Show”.
While it is still at the forefront of the mission to raise awareness and funds for MS and what rightfully became All neurological conditions through 2016 and 2017, it feels more in line with what the Siren Divinyls Band set out to do from the onset, to honour Chrissy in her glorious entirety.

2020 Vision: Sound The Siren is about People helping People

In 2020, Siren Divinyls Show returns to pay homage to Chrissy Amphlett and The Divinyls and in doing so, the show becomes further inclusive.
2020 is the year Siren Divinyls Show raises funds and awareness for people living with MS and all neurological conditions as well as sharing the support for all people living with the challenges associated with Breast Cancer.

Raising Funds and Awareness from 2020

  • MSWA
    Fifty percent of all profits from Sound The Siren events will continue to go to the wonderful folks at MSWA to assist them in supporting people living with MS and all neurological conditions.

  • Breast Cancer Care WA
    Fifty percent of all profits from Sound The Siren events will go to Breast Cancer Care WA.
    Breast Cancer Care WA (formerly Breast Cancer Foundation of WA) has been providing personalised emotional, practical and financial support and care to people affected by breast cancer since 2000. Receiving no government funding, Breast Cancer Care WA relies on the generosity of the WA community in order to provide its range of services at no charge.

Welcome to the new crusade!

SOUND THE SIREN - SIREN Divinyls Show pays homage to our iconic Australian rock diva, Chrissy Amphlett (25 October 1959 – 21 April 2013) and Divinyls, while "crusading for a cure" by raising awareness for Multiple Sclerosis and Breast Cancer.

As always, our loving thanks and respect to Patricia "Little Pattie" Amphlett OAM for her continued support, Charley Drayton, and the Chrissy Amphlett & Charley Drayton Fan Group and Amphlett Lane Team - and above all, Chrissy Amphlett for her endless inspiration.

SOUND THE SIREN!  The journey continues...