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September was a quiet month as I spent most of it being favourite aunty to my niece and nephew whilst their parents took a well deserved holiday. While I was away, I found some time to upload another one of my previous albums to the cloud. Big Gold Sun is now available for digital download and you can stream it on Spotify and Apple Music. I’m hoping to get Blue Angel up in the next week, so keep an eye out for that too!

Kely Auty - Big Gold Sun Album
Highlights of September were the first showing of our documentary which the band made when we were in Memphis, USA in January for the 2018 International Blues Challenge. The showing was for the fans who supported us in our crowd funding campaign … everyone seemed to enjoy the film and many said they felt they were right there with us. So many memories came flooding back and I am very proud of our achievements and thankful to those who made it happen. Keep an eye out, we will be having more screenings over the next few months.

Another high point was the launch of (BMV) Blues Music Victoria which will be working alongside Music Victoria to help create outcomes for Blues in Victoria. Lloyd Spiegel and I are Ambassadors and I will be involved in discussions to help grow the Blues music sector. This is really exciting news so go to BMV Facbook Page and Like, Follow and Share to spread the word.          

Onwards and Upwards:
Now to upcoming shows. I have some special dates for your diaries…
As always, check the website for updates – for more details …


Sunday 7th at the Railway Hotel in Linton. I will be singing with the house band at 3pm for a set and then the jammers take to the stage. Music till 6pm.

Friday 19th at the Local Taphouse in St Kilda. I will sing a set with BRAM Blues Roots and Americana. Chris Stockley, Michael Bright, John Dynon and Les Oldman laying down mighty fine dancing grooves. 8:30pm

Saturday 20th at The Spotted Mallard in Brunswick. The Substitutes, The Rebelles and then Andrea Lees and I singing 60s Rock and Pop women’s repertoire. Great dancing fun. 8:30pm tickets:

Sunday 21st Docklands Blues Music Festival.
Kelly’s Blues play a set 5pm Free event.
A great opportunity to get your hands on our new CD which brought Memphis to its feet at the International Blues Challenge in January. Kelly’s Blues has been in the top 20 of the Australian Blues ABARAC Radio charts for 8 months.

Saturday 27th At the Pearl in Oakleigh. I’m thrilled to be singing with The Party Girls … songs from the 80s that will take your dancing shoes and singing voices back in time. Fabulous fun, big wigs and shoulder pads and a stage filled with talented female musicians.
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A sneak peak at next month … 
BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS is a musical journey spanning 1950-1980 on Sat 24 Nov at 8:15pm, again at The Pearl @ Oakleigh
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