Katy Steele

APRA AMCOS brings NGAIIRE, Briggs, Katy Steele & Sally Seltmann together for Sydney Fringe series of talks

August 31, 2017

As part of this year’s Sydney Fringe Festival, punters will be able to sit in on some exclusive sessions run by APRA AMCOS; four one on one conversations with Australian songwriters with discussions surrounding professional and creative development. Sitting down with moderator Chit Chat, Briggs, Katy Steele, NGAIIRE and Sally Seltmann (all recipients of the APRA Professional Development Award) will […]

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Get a taste of WA’s finest with this exclusive SOTA Festival playlist

May 30, 2017

The 2017 SOTA Festival is celebrating everything great about WA music on June 5th, with a huge free event coming to Elizabeth Quay on June 5th, from 12pm. Headlined by Karnivool and Drapht, the epic live music event also features performances from the likes of Tired Lion, Gyroscope, Abbe May and Katy Steele – a great array of artists, both emerging and established, all set to […]

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Katy Steele on what she hopes fans take away from her debut solo album, Human!

September 6, 2016

As we edge nearer to the release of Katy Steele‘s debut album Human, we find out some more about what the songwriter is hoping the record will showcase to fans and newcomers to her music alike. Having spent some time away from Australia in redefining her creative style away from Little Birdy, Steele returns with a collection of […]

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Katy Steele talks returning to ‘the basics’ for her debut solo album Human!

September 1, 2016

It’s been a little while since we’ve seen Katy Steele on the scene but man, are we glad to be hearing some new music from this talented lass. The Little Birdy front woman has branched on her own after being overseas for the last few years and is now readying the release of her debut solo album, Human. […]

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Tuka, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Jinja Safari, and more to play The Rocks’ free Australia Day festival

January 9, 2016

Sydney’s historic harbour-side precinct The Rocks is always one of the most popular locations for public Australia Day celebrations year after year, and 2016 will be no exception as organisers of the suburb’s annual festival have curated a huge music program to go along with the (hopefully) sun-charged atmosphere of eclectic market stalls and delicious […]

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