Tara Simmons

Applewood, EPilation and Topology

On Monday the 24th of September I was lucky enough to take part in ‘Songs of Applewood’ at Magoo and Tylea’s property. The weekend was put together by APRA where can u get viagra and Black Box Studio’s Magoo and Jeff Lovejoy and the idea was to put a bunch of Brisbane songwriters together, pair them up and make them write a song and record it by the end of the day.

Well.. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it until Monday, but I’m certainly glad to have at least gotten one day in. I was paired with Guy Webster and we online pharmacy cialis wrote and co-produced a track together before heading into record and produce it further. We were given the opportunity to work with Magoo; ARIA award winner for producing Regurgitator’s Unit, and most recently producer cialis 5 mg didnt work of albums by Kate Miller-Heidke and Operator Please. The result was awesome and I thank Tylea and Magoo so much for having a bunch of loud mouth (and at times drunk) musicians raid their property over the weekend!

I viagra benefits heart also recently returned from tour to Melbourne and I thank everyone who came to show their support at those gigs. Also, just before heading down, I had the brand new pressing of my release EPilation arrive. It’s a compilation of the two EP’s I have launched over viagra free samples the year and it looks amazing! – so many thanks go to Dane, Tarin and Ricks for putting it together for me. The Launch of EPilation will be taking can i purchase viagra over the counter place at The Troubadour (Brisbane) on the 25th of October. The release will be available to buy from site very soon as well.

Next week is a busy one with a gateway pharmacy showcase spot in the Big Sound Music Conference on Wednesday night and then It’s off to Sydney to play the opening support for Kate Miller-Heidke at the Oxford Art Factory on Friday night.

Meanwhile, I am also working my little butt off completing the arrangements for my performance with Topology at the Powerhouse in November, so I am well and truly busy at the moment!

I look forward to seeing you at some future gigs!

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One Response to “Applewood, EPilation and Topology”

  1. Emma

    Hey Tara!
    Yay, im playing with you at the troubadour on the 11th of december..
    Can’t Wait:D
    Peace out!

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