Live Nation ‘Ones To Watch’ At BIGSOUND

Live Nation presents a special BIGSOUND edition of its live music discovery series ‘Ones to Watch’, featuring an exciting trio of emerging artists.

Sydney pop artist Ūla, Gold Coast indie-pop performer bella amor, and Melbourne pop songwriter Keenan Te perform as part of ‘Ones To Watch’ at BIGSOUND, Australia’s premier gathering of the music industry.

Ūla is a natural performer and multi-instrumentalist who has already built a strong following with 13+ million (and growing) streams of her music. Having already supported Amy Shark, The Veronicas and Tyne-James Organ, Ūla is refining her performance as she prepares to unleash her debut EP.

The vocals and songwriting style of bella amor have been capturing the ears of fans and industry alike since she released her track ‘Beauty’ in 2020. Combining rich and soulful tones with her deep and witty perspective, bella amor is owning her burgeoning creative space with a string of singles, including her latest ‘sentimental’.

Keenan Te has been developing his musical skills from a young age, taking him from his Melbourne bedroom to the global stage. A TikTok success story, Keenan started posting videos of his performances on the platform in 2020 and has since racked up a whopping five billion views.

‘Ones To Watch’ at BIGSOUND will be facilitated by Tait McGregor, one of the country’s best content creators and music journalists.

“After last year’s successful showcase, key members of the music industry are already flagging Ones To Watch as a must-see event at BIGSOUND this year.,” Live Nation promoter and series curator Paul Lynch says.

“Ūla, Keenen Te and bella amor are three artists that we have had our eye on for a while now and are very excited to present such a talented line up to key industry forces at BIGSOUND.”

Live Nation’s ‘Ones To Watch’ takes place at Fortitude Music Hall (Brisbane) on Wednesday 6 September.

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