‘Ethereal’ Catalano at the Front

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SYDNEY songstress Rosie Catalano will be at The Front tomorrow to celebrate her EP, ‘Dreams Are Just Movies’.

Rosie Catalano
Rosie Catalano
The seven tracks of ‘Dreams Are Just Movies’ journey through found love, lost love and ‘the bits that happen in between’.

In 2009, Catalano collaborated with pop sensations, Little Birdy, as part of a song competition to create ‘Where Did I Go Wrong?” – a single that helped launched Rosie’s career, culminating in reaching the coveted spot of an ABC Radio National’s  ‘Album of the Week’.

Praised for its  “hauntingly ethereal imagery,” her debut single, ‘Hearts’ reached #9 on Triple J Unearthed chart.

On this tour  Rosie Catalano joins forces with Melbourne-based Rose Wintergreen, who was recently a finalist in the Vanda & Young song writing competition.  Canberra’s Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens will be on the line-up too.

Rosie Catalano + Rose Wintergreen + Julia and The Deep Sea Sirens at  The Front, Lyneham, 7.30pm  Saturday  October 12, bookings to frontgallerycafe.com or Tickets $7 available at  the door.

 

 

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