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Thu, 16 Nov


Claire's Kitchen at le Salon

AMANDA EASTON at Claire's Petit Cabaret SHOW ONLY

In-demand Sydney chanteuse Amanda Easton launches her 7th studio recording, the 1950s-inspired ‘Drama and DooWops’ at Claire’s Petit Cabaret.

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AMANDA EASTON at Claire's  Petit Cabaret  SHOW ONLY
AMANDA EASTON at Claire's  Petit Cabaret  SHOW ONLY

Time & Location

16 Nov 2023, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Claire's Kitchen at le Salon, 35 Oxford St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

About the event

SHOW ONLY ticket $50

arrival 6.30pm sharp,  2x 30 mns sets

“Drama and DooWops”

 As backing singer to the stars (and to way too many Elvis impersonators) Amanda has had plenty of experience singing DooWops! There has also been plenty of drama along the way and as well as showcasing her original retro pop she will perform her take on some favourite hit tunes from the era interspersed with plenty of tales from her varied career. Like that time she was singing in Japan and got into trouble with her Mafia Nightclub boss for bringing in Canadian Superstar Bryan Adams and his entourage…

A short preview

Amanda Easton Bio

Amanda Easton is equal parts cheeky cabaret, sassy soul and retro pop.

Her rich vocals have seen her perform for the Who's Who of Australian corporations and twice at the ARIA Awards. She's appeared onstage as backing vocalist for some of Australia's best loved musical legends including Glenn Shorrock, Powderfinger, Marcia Hines, James Reyne and Vanessa Amarosi and has been on national and international tours with multi-platinum artists Richard Clapton and Wendy Matthews.

Her own theatrical retro pop has earnt her Top 10 spots in the indie music charts and her music videos and live performances have graced TV screens across Australia. She also recently produced and performed in three sold out shows at the Sydney Opera House.

"Here is a singer who sounds strong, confident, sassy, sexy and in control of everything. She takes you into that smoky club, complete with red velvet seats; she's up on that stage and you're hanging onto every word she sings." Review of Amanda Easton by Malcolm Carter, Pennyblack Music, Sweden.


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