Pete Townshend, Jackson Browne, Don Was Are Fans Of This Aussie Singer
Tal Wilkenfeld, the Australian-born, LA-based musician who has recorded and toured with several legends including Jeff Beck, Prince, The Allman Bros, Brian Wilson, Mick Jagger, and Herbie Hancock, is branching into new territory as a singer/songwriter and producer with big plans for 2019. She has just launched the haunting new track “Under The Sun” taken from her forthcoming album “Love Remains” due this March via BMG.
Tal has just announced a couple of dates in the US with more to be announced soon. She’ll be joined by her band, drummer Tamir Barzilay, guitarist Owen Barry and keyboardist Chris Price.
Praise for Tal:
“instrumental prodigy, tenacious…formidable singer-songwriter” – Rolling Stone “I can’t think of another instrumentalist that has ventured into the area that Tal now has, when it comes to writing and singing songs from her own experience.” – Jackson Browne “Part of Tal’s genius is she can write an incredibly complex song and put a melodic line on top that a little kid can sing along to.” – Don Was “bass sensation…the Australian musician is no ordinary singer-songwriter” – Washington Post “She’s quite an incredible musician, isn’t she?” – Jeff Beck “a phenom in a sense she is born to it.” – Todd Rundgren “a consummate force to be reckoned with” – Premier Guitar “One of the best songs I’ve heard in years. It’s mesmeric, and I just love the sheer poetry of it all, the lyrics are spiritual and searching. A jewel, truly.” – Pete Townshend