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Chessica Silva
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« Reply #15 on: June 10, 2009, 12:37:15 am »

1997–2003: Transitional years

After Hutchence's death, INXS did not perform publicly for almost a year and then only made a few one-off performances with different guest singers until 2000.[2] On 28 November 1998, they played at the Mushroom 25 Concert with Jimmy Barnes fronting for two songs: "The Loved One" and "Good Times".[2][17] On 12 June 1999, they headlined the opening of Stadium Australia in Sydney, with US singer-songwriter Terence Trent D'Arby as guest vocalist, they performed "New Sensation", "Kick", "Never Tear Us Apart" and "What You Need".[2][17]

Former lead singer of Australian band Noiseworks, Jon Stevens began singing with INXS in May 2000.[2] They played as one of the headline acts at the Sydney 2000 Olympics and then toured through South America and Europe.[17] Stevens was officially named a member of INXS in 2002 and they started recording new material in November.[2] Stevens left in October 2003 to pursue a solo career,[2] only recording a contractual obligation song called "I Get Up", it was not officially released as a charting single due to it being part of the game EA Sports Rugby 2004 this does not constitute a charting single. All sales of this single were not tallied in comparison to the ARIA charts of the time. The song was used in the Rugby Union World Cup 2003 and the EA Sports Rugby 2004 video game.
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