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Prinnie Stevens

12 - 13 Apr

Prinnie Stevens is back with her highly acclaimed show Lady Sings the Blues, exploring more of the incredible women that have shaped music as we know it. Prinnie brings her soulful, empowering cabaret show to Wollongong at The Music Lounge with Lady Sings The Blues Volume 2.

Having sold out venues and received rave reviews from Adelaide Fringe Festival and Sydney Festival, and theatres all over the country with Volume One. Prinnie will now share the stories and songs of more of the Women that audiences have been asking for in Volume Two.

Described as a “chill-inducing masterclass in modern cabaret,” by The Advertiser, Lady Sings the Blues will be hitting the stage at The Music Lounge – 12th and 13th April 2024.

“I’m so excited to bring Lady Sings The Blues Volume Two to Wollongong, after the success of Lady Sings The Blues. At the completion of each show, someone always requests their favourite lady! So we’ve heard your cries! And were back to touch on all the incredible women we didn’t get to talk about in Volume 1” says Prinnie. “This show hasn’t taken over my career, the passion and power that these women have taken my world by storm and performing this show every night is an absolute pleasure.”

Prinnie hand-picked Australia’s finest musicians to share the stage with her. Featuring grand piano and double bass, which creates an intimacy that highlights not only the tenderness of Prinnie’s voice but the vulnerability of each & every story.

Audiences will be transported to a speakeasy setting, moved by the stories and songs of artists like Billie Holiday , Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Nina Simone, Whitney Houston and modern-day queens like Amy Winehouse and Beyoncé.

Prinnie says being intensely involved in creating the show is paramount to being able to tell these black and brown stories without any filters.

“All the shows I do are centred around female empowerment, and this is no different,” says Prinnie. “This is a show that cuts right into who I am, and I hope it’s something that people can walk away feeling like they know me better and also look within to reflect on how our own lives have been affected by these incredible artists. My hope is that each person goes home and listens to an artist that has inspired them tonight.”

Prinnie’s successful career in theatre, TV, stage and screen have been brought to the forefront in this cabaret setting. Prinnie has stared in musicals like RENT, The Bodyguard, HAIR, Oh What a Night, Thriller LIVE in Australia and on the west End. She is better known for her time on The Voice Season 1 where she battled her best friend Mahalia Barnes. Prinnie had finally found her home in Cabaret.

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