Fatai The Purple Tour Brisbane (Aa)

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This November and December, Fatai will embark on The Purple Tour. While visiting you in your beautiful city of Brisbane, Fatai's sole desire is to spend an evening with you, entertaining and loving you.

YouTube: http://bit.ly/Fatai-YouTube
'Purple' on iTunes: http://apple.co/1QXRav9
'Purple' on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1WLP0ma

TOUR BIO:
This year Fatai has taken her music to the world in many forms. In a nutshell, she was main support to Guy Sebastian on his Australian Arena tour, main support to Boyce Avenue (USA) on their sold-out Australian tour, main support to David Ryan Harris (USA), and she sold out her first headline tour spanning Australia and New Zealand.

On August 16, Fatai released her debut single, Purple, which has been received eagerly around the globe on all music platforms. Directly following the release, Fatai embarked on the Lounge Room Tour which saw her visiting 37 homes across 9 cities (Aus & NZ) performing to filled lounge rooms everywhere she went. Fatai’s desire to visit people in their homes was simply due to her love for people.

In August 2014 , Fatai’s videos found their way to an online audience of over 60 million people globally, which continues to grow with every video she releases. Fatai's studio version of Do You Want To Build A Snowman was released as the lead single on Universal Record’s Christmas compilation album We Love Disney, in November 2014. Soon followed by a duet performed with Guy Sebastian, Lightning, on his latest record Madness. To polish off her impressive recent recording activities, Fatai features too on a Eurovision 2015 top-5 song by Guy Sebastian, Tonight Again. Now with Purple out, and many songs to follow, while already well established, it seems that Fatai’s journey has only just begun.

With the powerhouse voice of an angel and the charisma to match, Fatai is an artist you need to hear live.

Brisbane show tix: http://oldmuseum.org/?p=3628
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By: Fatai