From forensic police crime scene investigator to award-winning singer-songwriter, Kevin SulliVan has made his mark on the Australian Country music scene with Channel 7 featuring his story on the Mornng Show.
In November 2020, Kevin and his family, wife Belinda and three young children commenced their Sulli-Van Tour around Australia with ‘Sunland’ Caravans as a major sponsor, launching a Family Caravan called the Sulli-Van. The Sulli-Vans started in Queensland and they have taken their music to communities and towns across the country. They’ve been touring, QLD, NSW, SA, Victoria, NT & WA playing over 110 LIVE shows, across the country from ticketed shows including Oodies Café in Bundeberg, Cairns Casino, Roadhouses, Caravan Parks, House Concerts, performing at venues all the way to Cape York & El Questro Station in the Kimberlys, to iconic Festivals such as ‘The Man From Snowy River Festival’ in Corryong Victoria, the Camooweal Drovers Camp Festival and recently the Nambung Country Music Muster where they received a standing ovation.
Kevin was awarded the ‘John P Toomey’ Songwriting Award at the Dusty Boot Country Festival in Narromine NSW 2021, for his Anzac Day song ‘Pilgrimage’ and his latest single, ‘Spend The Kids Inheritance’ has become an anthem for the grey nomads travelling Australia in their Caravans.
The Sulli-Vans have wowed audiences with their singing and beautiful harmonies in their travelling family show. They will be performing during the 50th Anniversary for the Tamworth Country Music Festival in January 2022.