Swinging soul sister The Brouhaha is making her return to the live music circuit after being forced to cancel her 36-date tour of the Eastern Coast earlier this year. The Adelaidian songstress is best known for her upbeat, feel-good sound and her set of seriously smooth pipes, so naturally we’re looking forward to some toe-tapping good times when she hits The Exeter on Friday the 28th of August.
While most of Kelly Breuer’s (the real-life human behind The Brouhaha) earlier music channels her golden optimism, her latest single ‘Oh Mama’ addresses the sometimes difficult realities that go hand in hand with working in the music biz, particularly the struggles of an independent artist.
It’s songs like this that truly emphasise the passion Kelly, and so many other smaller-time independent artists, channel into their work, making music for the pure love of it. You can check out her single ‘Oh Mama’ as it was performed for the good folks of Balcony TV right below.
You can also treat your earholes and show your support for The Brouhaha free of charge at The Exeter on Friday 28th of August at 9pm, where she’ll be joined by special guests Caramigo and Corey Stewart.
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