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Masina Miller Band - Tribute to Carole King's TAPESTRY Album

Sunday 29 December 6.00pm

FINAL SHOW – Sensational ‘Body & Soul’ Singer Masina Miller & her incredible band are here in Perth to perform their successful Tribute to Carole King’s 1971 TAPESTRY Album.
This Perth based singer always elevates, inspires and sparks conversation. Her fearless sense of individual style and carefree vibe makes for a relaxing and impressive show.
Over the past 6 years Miller has been performing this ever evolving musical feast, delighting audiences of all ages.
Sit, relax and allow her to take you back in time and escort you on a colourful musical journey through King’s musically acclaimed best selling album.
A brief informative narrative between songs (mixed with a touch of ‘Skippy’ humour) lifts the expectation of each memorable tune.
I Feel the Earth Move, Way over Yonder, Smack Water Jack and who could forget You’ve Got a Friend just a few of the many songs waiting to be performed for you on this very special evening.
An incredible moving performance not to be missed!
Masina Miller – Vocals
Ben Marvin – Guitar
Adam Springhetti – Bass
Luke Savage – Piano
Bronton Ainsworth – Drums
Peta Skipworth – Narrator
Early bookings strongly recommended.

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