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Music Chameleon gives Voice to Her Favourites of the 60s

Music Chameleon gives Voice to Her Favourites of the 60s



Who: Donna Cambell, Neville Holmes
Where: Belmont 16ft Sailing Club
When: Wednesday June 26, 2002

SOPHISTICATION with a lot of soul is the best way to describe Australian vocal talent Donna Campbell. The five-time Mo Award nominee is regarded as one of Australia's most versatile performers and has also managed to captivate overseas audiences with her distinctive vocal styles.

Well known for her amazing vocal impersonations, Campbell has appeared on a number of television variety programs such as The Midday Show. But music isn't her only talent.

She also has experience in theatre and has appeared in various stage shows including One For The Money with Glen Shorrock and Ain't Necessarily Rowe alongside Normie Rowe. One of her biggest achievements came when she performed a successful season at the Sydney Hilton as a special guest with Leo Sayer. This morning, Campbell will showcase her talents in a free show at Belmont 16ft Sailing Club in the club's Lakeview Lounge. Her versatile repertoire covers a range of favourites, including female vocalists from the 60s such as Edith Piaf. Campbell is also known to add elements of country to her show and has put together a special tribute titled Women Superstars. Campbell will perform from 11am.

She will be supported by instrumentalist Neville Holmes.



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