Ross "The Boss" Wilson inhabits a venerable place in Australia's rock pantheon alongside the likes of John Farnham, Jimmy Barnes, and Billy Thorpe during a career that has spanned four decades. Starting with the R&B outfit the Pink Fink in 1965, he then fronted the Party Machine until 1969 before travelling to the U.K. to join the ailing band Procession. He returned to Australia in 1970 and joined Sons of the Vegetal Mother which soon transformed into the highly successful Daddy Cool. The band's debut, Daddy Who? Daddy Cool!, and the Wilson-penned single "Eagle Rock" both reached number one on the national Australian charts.