Sunday, January 23, 2011

Monday : Tallulah at The Basement

She sang at Dame Shirley Bassey's 70th birthday, the Glastonbury Festival and a Vivienne Westwood fashion show. The British media has described her as 'London's most creative woman'- singer songwriter Tallulah Rendall who will be appearing for one night on Monday evening at the Basement.

This will be Tallulah's second professional appearance in Australia after touring successfully earlier this year but she has been visiting Australia since she was a child.

Her father is the Australian socialite John Rendall of 'Christian the Lion' fame and her mother is one of England's top publicists Liz Brewer who was seen recently as one of the panelists judging young girls in the Ladette to Lady TV series.

Tallulah's first successful CD titled Libellus, inspired by the writings of Iris Murdoch was described by critics as a "slow burner that hooks you in after a few listenings". The Age newspaper said her music is 'alternative, sultry and magical'.

Book early as Tallulah's shows tend to be a sell out bringing crowds of all ages. At the Hermes' beach party last week a team of party-goers said they had booked tickets.

Bookings at The Basement : here
here is Tallulah in an appearance on :