Chris Bailey is an Australian musician and singer-songwriter best known as the frontman of the punk rock group The Saints. He has released several solo albums and collaborated with numerous other artists throughout his career.
Chris Bailey's standout albums include his debut solo album, Ghosts of an Ideal Wife (1983), which spawned the hit single "Just Like Fire Would". He also released Live at the Roxy (1986), which was recorded at the legendary Hollywood venue and features guest appearances from members of the Go-Go's and Blondie. Other notable albums include the acoustic album Spit the Blues Out (1989) and the hard-rocking album King of Sunlight (1994).
Some of Bailey's most popular songs include "River Deep Mountain High", "King of Sunlight", "Just Like Fire Would" and "A Minor Aversion".
An interesting fact about Chris Bailey is that he is the first person to be inducted into both the ARIA Hall of Fame and the Music Hall of Fame of his native Australia.