John Collins (JC) has embarked on a vastly different kind of solo project after life in Powderfinger—swapping his bass guitar for venue owner responsibilities.
Bernard Fanning released his debut solo album, Tea and Sympathy, back in 2005 while Powderfinger was on hiatus.
Ian Haug’s love of music is a palpable force that shows no signs of slowing. With Powderfinger behind him, Ian continues to look after Airlock Studios, and now plays in The Church.
Darren Middleton has a stellar history of side projects and solo outings that started with Drag back in 2000.
It seems that Jon Coghill (Cogsy) may have rocked-the-hell-out-of-the-music-world enough for one lifetime, and has turned his hand to something completely different.