They are all Aussie legends in their own right but Mike Whitney, Wayne Pearce and Angry Anderson will become part of the Oz Icons band when they join forces for a live performance at the Oberon RSL.
The show is set to venture out from Sydney on Friday, June 4 with Oberon RSL general manager Peter Price expecting a good turnout.
"It's a show they're putting together. Mike Whitney and Wayne Pearce have their own bands and they've put their heads together to perform hits from the last 30 years," Mr Price said.
"We try to put on a few big events each year and this is one of them."
The show consists of house band Oz Icons who team up with different sporting legends to perform at various bistros and hotels around NSW and interstate.
The Oz Icons have performed with Mr Whitney and Mr Pearce before but this is the first time they've teamed up with Angry Anderson.
One of Australia's most well-known music icons, Anderson was the lead singer in the band Rose Tattoo, while Whitney was a professional cricketer and Pearce a rugby league footballer and coach.
"I think it's going to be a great night listening to all the hits and being such well-known identities," Mr Price said.
"We've had enquiries from Lithgow, Bathurst and Orange so there's a few people who will come into town."
In between performing hits like, Bryan Adams' Summer Of 69 and Daryl Braithwaite's The Horses, the sporting legends will be sharing stories about their time on and off the field, while Mr Anderson will have a story or two to tell from his travels around the globe.
Oz Icons describe the show as being "a true combination of music and sport and one that you'll want at your next event".