Loretta Miller and Her Boyfriends to replace Alma Zygier at MEMO Music Hall for Summer Sounds of St Kilda - Noise11.com
Loretta Miller and Her Boyfriends

Loretta Miller and Her Boyfriends

Loretta Miller and Her Boyfriends to replace Alma Zygier at MEMO Music Hall for Summer Sounds of St Kilda

by Paul Cashmere on January 8, 2019

in News

Loretta Miller of The Dusty Millers will replace Alma Zygier at MEMO Music Hall on January 19.

Alma was announced as one of the acts for MEMO’s Summer Sounds of St Kilda but fell ill over New Years and needs to rest up and is taking a break during January to recharge. She has passed on that she’s looking forward to performing later in the year at MEMO.

Loretta Miller and Her Boyfriends will playing “swinging blues and spooky ballads”. Loretta sources her influences through the music of Dinah Washington, Julie London and Patsy Cline.

The Summer Sounds of St Kilda kicks off tonight 8 January, 2019:

8 January, Paul Williamson’s Hammond Combo
9 January, Brooke Taylor and Jess Parker
10 January, Silver Fox Social round 3 with Cornerstone featuring Debra Byrne
13 January, Hugo Race + Mikelangelo Russo + Sean Simmons & Bronwyn Henderson of The Spoils
18 January, A Whale Called Phoenix with Delsinki and The Lagerphones
19 January, Bernadette Novembre and Loretta Miller & Her Boyfriends
23 January, The Acland Street Express
24 January, Jack Howard Light Heavy Weight record launch
25 January, Kim Salmon and Harry Howard & the NDE

and special guest inclusion …

26 January, Deitra Farr and The Redeemers with Lily & King

Grab more details and tickets at MEMO Music Hall.

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