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Kylie Auldist, Soul Queen

Thursday 10th November / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

You might not realise it yet, but you probably know the voice of Kylie Audlist.

Originally from Broken Hill, Kylie is the Queen of Melbourne Soul music.

She’s been a backup singer for Renee Geyer and Jimmy Barnes, she’s the voice of soul outfits The Bamboos and Cookin on 3 Burners, as well as being a solo artist.

Kylie’s following up the release of her fourth solo record Family Tree with a trip west and called into Breakfast with Caitlin for a preview.

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