From Billie to Beyonce: Why women sing the blues

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Prinnie Stevens kicks off the Melbourne Cabaret Festival with a heartfelt show that leaves audiences weeping, writes theage Arts Editor NickdMiller

, a show about the hurt, struggle and power of women in song, drawing from the greats: Billie Holiday, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, Whitney Houston, Beyonce.

“Being a woman of colour I’ve experienced [discrimination] myself, multiple times, and still do all the time. It’s something that I know. I felt that pain. And even family members of mine, my daughters go through it. My mother.“And when you’ve felt that pain and those discriminative actions, those little moments in life that people don’t even realise, when you receive a lot of that over your whole lifetime ... you know I have a glimpse of the experiences of the pioneer female singers.

“I don’t think there are any other producers in Australia that are more experienced with cancelling shows, curtailing shows and lockdowns than we are,” he sighs.

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