KYLIE AULDIST & FRIENDS PRESENT THE SUPER HEAVY SOUL REVUE
Tickets $28.00 + bf. Doors 7.30pm.
Australia's own funk, soul & disco queen Kylie Auldist is gearing up to celebrate 10 years since the release of her breakout solo album Just Say with a special vinyl release and Melbourne show.
Just Say was Kylie's first songwriting collaboration with Lance Ferguson and her first album with UK label Tru Thoughts ). Kylie launched the album to a sell-out crowd at the Corner Hotel in Richmond with The Bamboos as her backing band in 2008.
Just Say was never issued on vinyl back then, so to celebrate the anniversary milestone, Kylie is releasing 300 limited edition LPs and playing the tracks live in her hometown of Melbourne at the Toff in Town on Saturday 8 December featuring the original show line up.
Kylie's discography includes critically acclaimed albums Made of Stone (2009) and Still Life (2012). Her fourth record Family Tree took out the 2016 award for Best Album in the funk/soul category at The Age Music Victoria Awards. Already praised by the world's soul and R&B community as an extraordinary talent, Kylie shot to stratospheric prominence when her sublime vocals on the 'This Girl' remix by Kungs vs Cookin' on 3 Burners went to number one on the charts in France, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Latvia and Scotland and number two on the UK singles chart. Smash-hit 'Ride Of Your Life' co-written with UK house DJ/producer Marc Vedo (Boy George) followed soon after, and in late 2017 Kylie dropped another smooth single 'Body'.
Her latest release 'No Use' - which has been remixed by French duo HUKO and released on Parlophone via Warner France - is doing the rounds on European radio, with playlisting, airplay and Shazam rankings increasing weekly.