Monique Brumby first played at the Taste of Tasmania in 1997, the year her debut album ‘Thylacine’ was released. She won 2 ARIA Awards in 1996 and 1997 and was nominated for Song of the Year for her epic ballad ‘The Change In Me’ at the 1998 ARIAs. That same year she won the Tasmanian Arts Award for Young Australian of the Year.
Now, in 2017 Monique is returning to Hobart with her live band to rock your socks off on New Year’s Eve with an array of melodic tunes from her six albums than span her twenty year career. Having toured extensively in Australia and the US, Monique currently resides in Melbourne and will make the trip across the Bass Straight for this one special performance.
“My aim is to have people dancing to high energy rock tunes and feeling fantastic about the year ahead. It is a very exciting prospect for me to be playing on New Year’s Eve at The Taste and I can’t wait to rock out with everyone down at Constitution Dock.”
Monique currently works with artists and bands on sound production and recording projects. In her Melbourne recording studio she composes music for film and television and artists come and go in the constant pursuit of creative perfection. As testament to Monique’s musical ability, she has recently been nominated for the Australian LGBTI Music Award to be announced in early 2018.
Monique is currently working on her next studio album set for release in 2018.
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