The Harbour Agency presents
Sarah McLeod ‘One Electric Lady Tour’ (SOLD OUT)
Aussie rock royalty Sarah McLeod has today shared her touching new single, Chachi’s Theme, an ode to her recently-passed, beloved and iconic pooch that regularly shared stages with her over the last 15 years. The single comes as McLeod today announced her national One Electric Lady tour.
Chachi’s Theme is a stunningly raw, emotively charged piano ballad written to honour McLeod’s late rockdog, Chachi who passed away last month, something a little different from McLeod who first found fame in the late 1990s with 3X ARIA Award winning rock band The Superjesus. “Chachi has been my everything for 15 years, she came with me on almost every Australian tour and everyone loved her. She recently passed away and I’ve been trying to work out how to live without her. I found myself going a bit nuts , asking all the birds if they had a message from Chachi, then I thought instead of sitting waiting for a message from her, I’ll send her one from me,” McLeod explains. “I read this poem about the rainbow bridge by Paul C Dahm that comforted me so much. They say that's where animals who were especially close to their owners go after passing, it’s a beautiful utopia of love and sunshine and all the sick are healed. Here they wait for their special friends, and when it’s our time to pass, we meet them and cross the bridge to eternity together. I’ve taken great comfort in this poem and I wanted to make sure Chachi knew what to do. I figure if I’m singing this song night after night she will undoubtedly hear me and get the message. It was so hard to write because I did it the week she passed, it was all so raw and I cried all the way through it, but I had to push through because I knew I needed it to heal. Now, besides a piano covered in tears, I have this song, I have something solid I can connect with her through, forever, she will be with me always but especially when I sing this song. I wrote it to heal my heart and to let her know that everything is ok. Then I thought, it may heal other hearts in similar situations so I thought I should release it and donate the proceeds to the RSPCA.”
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