Jenny to put on a 'bloody' good show
THE daughter of Aussie comedy legend Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson is headed for the Racehorse Hotel later this year.
As you can probably tell from the name, Jenny Talia shares the same cheeky sense of humour as her old man, and has honed her craft to become a star in her own right.
Jenny will drop into the Racehorse Hotel next month as part of her national FOCUS tour.
The new album features a mix of quirky themes and tongue-in-cheek humour, combining to form songs that mirror life absurdities.
"I usually start the writing process with a list of topics that I want each song to cover. The list for this album started with FOCUS, Fifty Shades and Julia Gillard," she said.
"The entire album was recorded and mastered in under a week - a lot of it in one take - except for 50 Shades, as the Nashville musos kept cracking up in that one and we had to keep starting over."
The Australian tour comes on the back of UK performances, and Jenny said she looked forward to performing to a home crowd again.
She said Aussies could be a tough crowd.
"If you get an Aussie crowd rolling in the aisles and singing along, there is no other victory like it," she said.
Jenny's next project will be a Christmas album and she plans to test some of the tracks on the tour. She will perform at the Racehorse Hotel, Booval, from 7pm on Thursday, November 13 for those 18 years and over.
For more information or to book tickets phone the Racehorse Hotel on 3282 1222.