Canadian-born, New Zealand-based rockabilly, soul-swinging, fire belting dynamo Tami Neilson announces new dates for her New Zealand theatre tour Brass, Strings… Sing!
Rescheduled from June, the Brass, Strings… Sing! tour will see Tami light up stages in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland this September.
With a voice straight from the golden age of soul, country and rockabilly music, Tami will be accompanied by an epic line-up of guests, a hot rockin’ band of rhythm and a 12-piece orchestra.
“I’m so excited to finally be taking this concert on the road,” says Tami. “Audiences have been so patient during these difficult times and I’d like to thank them for being incredibly loyal. We’re bringing them an extra-special show to celebrate the return of live music in NZ together. ”
Previous media accolades come from both sides of the Atlantic, including Rolling Stone, which called her ‘a fire-breathing belter on her own terms’’ and the UK’s Guardian, which asserted that ‘’her powerhouse would still go boom!” This new album brings much personal and family history to the table.
Singing her heart out along endless roads and stages, from her days as a young girl in Canada touring with the Neilson Family Band, opening for the likes of Johnny Cash, to her full blossoming in New Zealand as a formidable talent in her own right, Tami Neilson has won the Tui Award for each of her past four albums.
‘Intoxicating’ - Billboard
‘Powerhouse Performances’ - American Songwriter
‘One of the 10 best country songs to hear now’ (You Were Mine)- Rolling Stone
‘Somehow embodying Amy Winehouse, Dolly Parton, and Etta James all in one’- Rolling Stone
‘In short, she tore it from the floor, up!’ - No Depression
‘A force to be reckoned with. …..All hail.’ - Wide Open Country
‘Neilson brings a rockabilly swagger and a charisma that doesn't so much fill the room as slam into it like the wave of a concussion grenade.’ - Concerthopper
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