Kylie Auldist

Australia’s most exciting soul diva, Kylie Auldist was born to sing. Hailing from the small farming town of Hay, New South Wales, Kylie was introduced to music at an early age and recorded her first song at just six years old. From such humble beginnings Kylie has grown to become one of Australia’s most respected and accomplished performers, having graced stages the world over, providing emotionally charged, powerful vocals for a variety of musical acts and establishing her own successful career as a solo artist.

Most notably, Kylie has performed with Funk, Soul and Hip Hop outfits including Polyester, Mega Bias and of course The Bamboos and provided studio and live backing vocals for music legends such as Renee Geyer and Jimmy Barnes, thrilling and delighting audiences both at home and abroad.

To quote Melbourne’s PBS Radio website: “Kylie is something of a treasured hometown secret! – She’s never been on Idol or Neighbours but she CAN sing!!”

In 2007 Kylie travelled Europe and the UK as lead singer of Melbourne based soul powerhouse The Bamboos. With her smokey voice and on stage sass Kylie commanded the attention of UK record label Tru Thoughts who snapped up her services as a solo artist and in May 2008 released Kylie’s debut album ‘Just Say’.

‘Just Say’ is co-written and produced by Lance Ferguson of The Bamboos and it’s impossible to resist lead single ‘Community Service Announcement’ received accolades from the likes of Mark Lamarr (BBC), Bobbito Garcia (Kool Bob Love) & DJ Andy Smith.

“Community Service Announcement is the song of the year” – Holla Howard www.inthemix.com.au, June 2008.

“Auldist has a wonderfully smokey, well travelled voice” – Alan Ranta Pop Matters. June 2008

Kylie’s follow up album, 2009’s ‘Made of Stone’ was released to similar rave reviews from Soul bible; Black Sheep Magazine and the single ‘In a week, In a day’ was listed by BBC radio’s soul guru Mark Lamarr as one of his records of the year receiving heavy airplay on Radio 2’s ‘God’s Jukebox’.

“The totally delightful ‘In A Week, In a day’ insinuates with understatement … and it will insinuate. After a couple of listens its sass and strut will haunt you (pleasantly) all summer … great track on a great album”. – www.soulandjazzandfunk.com, 2009.

In 2012 Kylie has critics and fans on the edge of their seats once again awaiting her highly anticipated third album with Tru Thoughts and if ‘Just Say’ and ‘Made of Stone’ are any indication we are witnessing the arrival of soul’s brightest star.

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It’s full steam ahead for the 6th annual Riverboats Music Festival, with Hoodoo Gurus, Kylie Auldist & Aaradhna, Shane Howard and Cash Savage and The Last Drinks, all performing. Cash Savage and The Last Drinks will also be playing at Golden Plains Festival 2017. Black Cab and MY DISCO have been announced for Sugar Mountain […]

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Kylie Auldist adds new support acts to national tour

As Kylie Auldist gets set to launch her new album in Sydney at The Beresford Hotel this Thu 13 Oct, the Newport Hotel on Fri 14 Oct, and in regional NSW over the weekend, she announces that special guest Aaradhna (NZ) – who will join Kylie in most cities on her national tour – has just been […]

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Kylie Auldist at Bello Winter Music Festival.

The Bello Winter Music Festival has announced its return this year with the unveiling of a diverse line-up this week, including our very own, neo-soul star Kylie Auldist. The all-ages family friendly event made its debut last year successfully transforming the small NSW town of Bellingen into a psychedelic jazz, funk and soul wonderland. Bellingen will come […]

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