- Live at The Count's
- The Count’s
The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts
$10 - $35
With influences from Bjork to Anoushka Shankar, beloved Punjabi-Australian vocalist Parvyn Singh blends electronica and jazz with Sikh devotional music and classical Indian music and dance.
Best known for her work in cult psychedelic band The Bombay Royale, Parvyn has performed globally since childhood with her father Dya Singh. Her critically acclaimed debut record ‘Sa’ is immersed in a reflective world of different cultures and perspectives.
The brainchild of fiercely exciting Melbourne (AUSTRALIA) based songwriter of Indian heritage with musical fruit that stems from her own unique plantation of creativity. Deeply rooted in blues, roots, soul and funk.
Her Debut single Self Love was released in December of 2020 has received over 66,000 streams on Spotify and was selected as a pop finalist in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition. Her most recent release, is the 9 track Album titled ‘When I Get Older‘. This release led to her holding her spot on the AMRAP top 10 chart for three weeks in a row as well as landing a spot on unearthed radio rotation. She has also received consistent radio play on community radio stations across the country. Caisha Sprout brings an earthy feel of guitar, piano and vocals to make you relearn what it is like to connect with sounds and feel the lyrics.