- AMBIENT MUSIC
- BOSSA NOVA
- DANCING MUSIC
- FEATURE SHOW
- RHYTHM & BLUES
- ROCK 'N ROLL
BLUES AND SOUL FROM THE 1940s – 1970s
“Her performance is seriously moving, leaving you slack-jawed and in constant awe of every single vocal embellishment.” – The West Australian
“[She] instantly captivated the audience with her remarkable vocal range, hitting every note with such ease and heart, reminiscent of soulful legend Aretha Franklin.” – FasterLouder
The Last Fair Deal play the blues. Sometimes they play soul music but mostly just the blues from the 1940s to 70s, such as ‘What A Man’, ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’ and ‘Chain of Fools’.
They’re a 5-piece band that features vocalist powerhouse Ofa Fotu (of original funk/soul band Odette Mercy & Her Soul Atomics fame), drums, bass, guitar and keyboards.
Think Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Etta James and, of course, Aretha Franklin.
With hip-shaking grooves, paint-stripping guitar solos and heart-wrenching songs, The Last Fair Deal were nominated for the 2013 Perth Fringe World music award for their show Bessie Lanu-Moana’Vai Kuini and The Last Fair Deal, which was the first time they had played in public.
- The Last Fair Deal require a minimum stage size of 4.8m x 3.6m.
- Full PA and lighting (with operator) as per the band’s PA/lighting Technical Rider recommended. This info will be sent on request.
- A Dressing Room/Greenroom available for all members during the course of the event.