«Cold Chisel» - the most famous Australian pub rock band, sold out at home for more than three million records. The band formed in 1973 in Adelaide and at first changed its name almost every show. End of confusion with the signs put keyboardist Don Walker (later chief songwriter) who wrote bagatelle «Cold Chisel», which gave the team the desired name. A few years have gone musicians to perform in various parts of the continent before they offered the contract company «WEA Records». During this time, the team happened a few personnel changes, and at the time of the transaction partners Walker were guitarist Ian Moss, a great lover of vodka and a female vocalist Jimmy Barnes, drummer Steve Prestwich and bassist Phil Small.