From December 13th 2010 to January 31st 2011 inclusive, a selection of Australian and international bands will perform on the Rooftop of Curtin House as the sun sets over Melbourne city.
We are pleased to announce that Sally is will be performing on Monday January 10 as part of this stellar line up. Joining her will be Lawrence Arabia & DJ People. For more info visit Sally’s the Happy Mondays website.
A reminder that Sally’s November/December tour commences this week with shows in Katoomba at The Clarendon and Maitland at the Bitter & Twisted Boutique Beer Festival.
Tickets to Katoomba can now be purchased online through Oztix.
Sally will be performing at Fremantle Arts Centre on Wednesday December 1 as part of the Sonic Sessions series of shows. She will be joined by Grammy Award winner Lucky Oceans, sharing songs and stories that have shaped their careers. For more information visit the Fremantle Arts Centre website.
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Sally on the road – November/December 2010
“There are shafts of sunlight filtering through these songs.”
Sally Seltmann has left her New Buffalo persona behind and is quickly gathering a reputation as a true pop contender.
Sally – who has released two albums under the New Buffalo Moniker and is an award winning songwriter – will be hitting the road this November and December for a series of shows across the country. The tour precedes Sally’s performances at the Woodford Folk, Falls & Southbound Festivals over the New Year period. She will be performing songs from her much-lauded new album ‘Heart That’s Pounding’, as well as some staples from the New Buffalo back-catalogue.
Joining Sally for the run of dates will be Melbourne’s Oh Mercy. Having recently returned from the US and a tour with The Temper Trap, and with a sell out tour of their own under their belt in support of their Keith St 7” single. Oh Mercy are thrilled to join Sally Seltmann on tour and will be playing favourites from their debut album Privileged Woes as well as previewing some newer numbers from their sophomore album, which is due in early 2011.
“She thoroughly seduced the crowd.”
“Bursting with sweetness, light and vintage pop songs.”
“…channels the classic 1960s and 70s pop of Phil Spector, Burt Bacharach and Carole King.”
For dates and ticket info please visit Sally’s calendar.
We’re happy to say that Sally has been announced as part of the line up for the Queenscliff Music Festival this November, and will also be performing at the Falls Music & Arts Festival (Lorne, VIC) and WA’s Southbound in the new year.
More info can be found on Sally’s calendar.
NPR‘s World Cafe is streaming a set from Sally’s recent North American tour. Take a listen!