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Sarah McLeod ‘One Electric Lady Tour’ 2021
- Sat 6th Mar 2021, 8:00 PM
- 1259 Sandgate Rd, Nundah QLD 4012
- Book Tickets
Sarah McLeod is the creative force behind ARIA Award winning, platinum selling rockers The Superjesus. With over 20 years in the industry she has experimented with many different styles and genres.
Having released 3 studio albums with The Superjesus (Sumo, Jet Age and Rock Music) and two studio albums as a solo artist (Beauty Was A Tiger and Rocky’s Diner) and a handful of EDM tracks internationally collaborating with DJ’s Dzeko And Torres, Hook And Sling, Whelan & Di Scala, McLeod has proven herself to be one of Australia’s most diverse artists. McLeod’s eclectic solo performances have consistently been met with rave reviews.
“I find that when I’m playing in The Superjesus, for me it’s more about playing the guitar. My solo shows are a different though, 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. Its always very impromptu, I just move with the vibe of the room.”
McLeod will be performing solo on her upcoming tour, and this powerhouse and self-confessed lover of touring has some seriously impressive plans for the shows, explaining, “The One Electric Lady Tour is a bridge between where I’ve been and where I would like to go. Before covid hit, I was about to embark on a national solo electric tour. During lockdown I have been teaching myself how to play piano and am loving it. So this tour will be the best of both worlds, two sets of completely different styles. One set is a stand up rock show that if you closed your eyes you'd think there was full band on stage, but it’s just me. And the other set is me alone on the piano.”
Having used the Covid-19 lockdown to hunker down in her home studio and hone her piano skills, McLeod also started a Patreon site, McLeod's Wolf Pack. “It’s a group of people that I run all my creative ideas by and send all my songs to as I write them. I started it when covid hit, but I am enjoying it so much that I will keep it going as long as people are interested, because I’m loving the direct communication with fans and really enjoy getting their feedback. I let my Patreons in on everything I do, I have even collaborated with some of them - as a group they are my musical first responders.”