An evening with Sarah McLeod – One Electric Lady Tour

Tickets are on sale for what will be a special night of stripped-back music from one of Australia’s most impressive front women, Sarah McLeod. Sarah will be performing at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi on Thursday 1 June, as part of her One Electric Lady Tour.

As the lead singer/guitarist and primary songwriter of the three-time ARIA Award winning platinum selling rockers The Superjesus, she released three studio albums (‘Sumo’, ‘Jet Age’ and ‘Rock Music’) and has also delivered two studio albums as a solo artist (‘Beauty Was A Tiger’ and ‘Rocky’s Diner’).

Fresh from a national tour with The Superjesus to promote their new single Money (We’re Only In It For Love), Sarah McLeod is bringing back to the stage an updated reprise of her successful 2021 show ‘One Electric Lady’ which sees her performing with her dual output guitar. 

“I designed a guitar that could play bass and guitar at the same time, so when I add beats, I sound like a three piece band!”, says Sarah.

In 2021 Sarah had been teaching herself piano. She felt it best to learn on the job, so she hired herself as a piano player to be the support act for herself as the guitar player. The combination of Sarah’s voice with the piano proved to be a winner and by the end of the tour the piano player had become the headline act. 

In 2023, the piano has been given a promotion and is now a fully-fledged part of her electric show. 

For her one-woman show, Sarah will be performing intimate, beautifully broken down arrangements of her solo material, Superjesus back catalogue favourites plus a few special covers.

Of her solo shows, Sarah says, “It’s stripped back and focussed more on the vocal. I really love the peace in playing solo, to just enjoy the quiet and control the dynamics as I feel them flowing through me. It’s always very impromptu, I just move with the vibe of the room.”

Supporting Sarah on the night will be one man stomping electric blues performer Hellhound Brown (alter ego of singer guitarist Patch Brown), who draws his inspiration from Deep South, African American blues – the likes of Lightning Hopkins, Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters to name a few. Having recorded in Nashville with Grammy Award winning producer Andrija Tokic, (Alabama Shakes) Hellhound Brown is showcasing new songs from his forthcoming mini album, ‘Bring Me Water’ due for release late 2023. He also just happens to be a former guitarist with The Superjesus!

An evening not to be missed. 

Doors open at 7.30pm. 18+ event.

TICKETS: $30 (+ booking fee) through Oztix.



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