TASH SULTANA's sold-out show this coming Wednesday, September 25 at the iconic venue Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado is being recorded and filmed for a future live project. The day will be captured on film to give a behind-the-scenes look into the multi-instrumentalist and global sensation's largest American headline show to date. Leading the film crew will be TASH's own touring videographer Dara Munnis.
"I feel like this is a closing ceremony for this chapter of my life which has been years in the making," says TASH. "I'm happy to be able to document what we have achieved from a live perspective and show everyone the hard work that's gone into these shows the past few years. It's going to be a hell of night."
The Red Rocks show is part of TASH's buzzed-about fall 2019 tour that has included a recent stop at the Central Park Summerstage (New York), along with an upcoming slot on the Ohana Festival (Los Angeles). The newly announced tour dates mark the largest headlining gigs in TASH's career and come after a few spring shows in the U.S., followed by solo performances and festival appearances this summer in Europe.
Last year was one of the biggest years in TASH's career. Highlights include the release of her debut album FLOW STATE (Mom and Pop Music) which entered the charts at #4 on the Billboard Alternative Albums Chart and also charted across the globe. FLOW STATE was also nominated for the prestigious Triple J Australian Album of the Year award and six ARIA's (The Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards). Other recent accolades include over half a billion streams worldwide; the certified platinum singles "Jungle" and "Notion"; the certified Gold (internationally) Notion (EP) and the singles "Mystik" and "Murder To The Mind"; and record-breaking attendance at live shows around the world.
For those who have not yet experienced TASH live, TASH recently revealed "The Story So Far," a three-part documentary series in partnership with YouTube Music that shows the journey from bedroom performances and busking to sold-out world tours. Check out the first two episodes now on TASH's channel here and here, with a third to follow.