Kylie Auldist

Ladies Who Sing Leonard to feature 16 of the best female vocalists paying tribute to Leonard Cohen

October 21, 2020

The Festival of Jewish Arts and Music (FOJAM) have prepared a special event to wrap up their Homeward Bound series. Ladies Who Sing Leonard will feature 16 of the world’s best female vocalists paying tribute to the legendary Leonard Cohen. The event will take place on November 7, coinciding with the fourth anniversary of the […]

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The 2018 Brunswick Music Festival celebrates 30 years and the history of 3056 in March

February 7, 2018

The Brunswick Music Festival today unveiled a massive program of live music and artistic collaborations as they celebrate 30 years this March 4th – 18th. Some highlights of the program this year include a special retrospective in Songs of 3056, a celebration of the sounds of the suburb on March 16th. Helmed by Xani Kolac of The Twoks, Brunswick […]

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Music program announced for Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait

September 19, 2017

A few days ago our beloved Amy Winehouse would have turned 34 years old. It’s still so hard to think that this world no longer has such a soul gifting us with her talents. All is not lost however, as an exhibition in her honour is so close to opening thanks to the Jewish Museum […]

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Manu Crook$ and Caiti Baker reign supreme through BIGSOUND’s second night

September 7, 2017

Night Two of BIGSOUND brought some huge voices out to The Valley on Wednesday night. Split between heavy hitting vocals and fleshed out bands, we were spoiled for choice; when you have the likes of Total Giovanni and The Belligerents rolling alongside buzz artists like Body/Type and Willaris.K, you know that the Australian band scene is heaving. We made sure […]

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The worldly sounds continue during days three and four of the Woodford Folk Festival

January 1, 2017

A welcoming sun of the stinking hot variety greeted us for these next two days at Woodfordia. This was to be expected, but it was essentially a nice little bit of festival-ness in a festival that is invariably unique. Thursday was a slow but sure start with a little bit of lantern making for the […]

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Review: Kylie Auldist & Aaradhna dole out double lesson in powerful, soulful vocals in Adelaide

November 7, 2016

The Gov hosted two of my favourite vocalists on a Thursday night that deserved way more people in attendance. Set up cabaret style, the intimate crowd gathered for Kylie Auldist and Aaradhna got one impressive show that would ultimately have a dance party happening but for everyone else who stayed in or remained unaware that this show was even […]

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Kylie Auldist to tour Australia in October supported by Aaradhna

September 9, 2016

Melbourne’s “high priestess of soul”, Kylie Auldist, is returning to her homeland for a tour that promises to be special. Supported by the effervescent NZ artist Aaradhna, this tour is shaping up to be a mesmerising celebration of vocal power. Kylie has been globetrotting of late as the voice of the Kungs vs Cookin’ on […]

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The Queenscliff Music Festival reveals second artist announcement, including george, Kira Puru & more

July 18, 2016

The Queenscliff Music Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary in style this year, with the likes of Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals headlining but today’s second artist announcement has further demonstrated that November event is definitely going to be one for the books. Heading up the second Queenscliff announcement is george, who will be getting together […]

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Queenscliff Music Festival unveils artist announcement for 2016

June 17, 2016

The Queenscliff Music Festival has unveiled its first artist announcement for their huge 20th birthday celebration in 2016 and yep, it’s got us wanting to go and join in the fun. News of Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals‘ headline set on Sunday already broke this week, but the rest of the artist announcement we’ve received […]

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Kylie Auldist, King Tide, L-Fresh the Lion and more for Bello Winter Festival!

April 5, 2016

After a successful debut last year, the Bello Winter Music festival will return in Bellingen (NSW) from 7 – 10 July. Following a similar format to its summer sister festival Mullum Music Festival, Bellingen’s clubs, cafes, churches and halls will host over 100 performances. Bello Winter Music festival is family-friendly and for all ages. It is […]

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Paul Mac, Oscar Key Sung, and more to play Australia’s first queer camping festival

December 20, 2015

“Join us for a frolic in the forest”, reads the tagline for Gaytimes, a brand new Australian camping festival designed for the gay community by the team at Closet Party. Gaytimes will be going down in March 2016 at Kinglake in Victoria, with an impressive curated line-up headlined by the great Paul Mac and beefed […]

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Live Review: Women of Soul – Kylie Auldist + Shirley Davis + Chelsea Wilson – The Toff In Town (07.06.11)

June 9, 2011

As I was heading to this gig I started to think about weird existential issues about the Australian music scene: why isn’t soul and funk given the attention it well deserves? Hell, there are bands and singers who sweat and work to the bone to deliver great gigs each week in and around Australia, yet […]

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