Join two of Australia’s powerhouse vocalists this October as they embark on a national tour showcasing their individual, critically acclaimed live albums. With two massive voices and just one guitar each, witness the power of these women in an intimate setting. You’ll soon see why they are known as two of the best voices this country has to offer.
"A beautiful voice" - Joan Armatrading
Melbourne singer-songwriter Hannah Acfield is an exquisite singer & sophisticated songwriter, delivering emotive songs on electric guitar. Marrying authenticity and musicality with humour, she connects and uplifts the audience from the moment she takes the stage. Acfield delivers soulful, roots music infused with a hint of gospel.
The release of debut solo LP No Light Without Shade, has been Acfield’s blossoming. A sense of freedom, of power and fluidity, define a record dubbed a “masterpiece” (Francesca de Valence) and a “triumph of talent” (Phil Stafford, The Australian); a record with which Acfield moves beyond the folk demesne that defined her early career, and into a new realm that is hers and hers alone, her otherworldly voice and poignant writing heralding the arrival of an Australian singer-songwriter of serious note. Hannah is currently touring her newly released live album "Live at The Aviary".
The South Australian Award Winning Songwriter Kelly Brouhaha is one of those artists who's unique style simply cannot be put into a box. From big blues to soulful country, it is music that is real and raw and vulnerable.
Releasing her debut album in 2019, the Americana artist has had many a success including ABC radio rotation, #1 AMRAP radio charting and inclusion on hit country Spotify playlists. Her latest album "Unplugged" hit #1 on the AMRAP radio charts & was the ABC Country Feature Album June 17, 2021. Her latest single "Poets Troubadours & Me" also a #1 hit on the AMRAP chart was released September 2022.
A sought after session musician, she's also known for lending Backing Vocals, Percussion & Guitar duties to some of the countries finest including Beccy Cole, Lyn Bowtell & Amber Joy Poulton.
Whether around a campfire, in RSL's or in the intimate setting of people's living rooms - this is an artist you simply need to hear. Her captivating live show will have you giggling one minute and in tears the next as she tells stories about her travels, her family and her much loved 1992 Toyota Hiace "Pamela Vanderson".
“A beautiful voice” – Joan Armatrading
“The best voice I’ve heard in a long time” - Venetta Fields
“A rising star” - Andrea Kirwin, Peace Run Records
“Album and live artist of the year” - Monique Hartman, Byron Music Festival
"She's known for having an extraordinarily rare voice" - Clare Bowditch
"it's just so much fun, that girls got amazing pipes, she sounds like Amy Winehouse - but with more of a soulful edge as opposed to a jazz hook" - Nkechi Anele (Triple J 'Roots and All')
"I really don’t know if we have anyone similar in Australia, I am pretty sure that we don’t. She has similar elements of other artists from overseas, and maybe a touch of Renee Geyer, but basically, she is a one-off. In a close tunnel genre in Australia, Kelly is Queen. She is a no-nonsense, firebrand" - Cowgirl Up Blog
"Her voice is old and new at the same time, wise and whimsical, cracked and smooth. It’s the voice of an accomplished singer who has dedicated herself to being a storyteller." - Sunburnt Country Music Blog