With a career spanning almost two decades, Dallas is a stand-out of her class, a charismatic force on stage, and an almighty presence on the mic. Hailing from North East Victoria, Frasca breaks away from her commonly known band rock project to mark the advent of a remarkable new phase in an already illustrious career that kicks off in her brand new ‘one-woman show’ format. Now she comes wielding electric and acoustic guitars, a loop pedal, and a stomp box with ferocity, belting out vocal lines that match the intensity of this aggressive instrumentation.

Frasca has toured the world, clocking over 1000 shows with her band including 9 international tours and has managed to put a Top 30 Australian ARIA charting album under her belt, a #10 Aus album as well as a swag of awards including ‘Artist of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards.

From Bluesfest, Falls Festival, Woodford, Queenscliff, Festival of The Sun, Big Day Out to the Sydney Opera House, and everywhere across the globe in between, 2018 saw front-woman Dallas Frasca, a finalist for the inaugural Australian Women in Music Awards in the ‘Artistic Excellence’ category and in April 2018, showed off her guitar skills to an estimated 1.5 billion viewers for the closing ceremony for the Commonwealth Games held at the Gold Coast, Australia.

Previous releases, Dirt Buzz (2016), Love Army (2015), Sound Painter (2012), Not For Love or Money (2009), Learn Your Routes (2006) have seen Frasca clock over 1000 shows including 9 international tours, as well as supporting the likes of Patti Smith, Earth Wind & Fire and once fronted legendary Aussie rock band, Midnight Oil in support of Amnesty International.

Endorsed by Guns n’ Roses icon Slash, who commended the frontwoman’s ‘Great vocals, riffs and grooves’, the namesake, has converted listeners to fans on home soil and internationally with her contagious brand of blues | heavy soul | rock. Her controversial film clip for the single, ‘You Are Beautiful’ went viral and gained over ¼ million views also appearing in the film, Embrace. Frasca’s song, ‘All My Love’ won third place above more than 16,000 entries in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC), which landed the band a coveted deal signed with French label, Verycords (Deep Purple, Bjork).

Success is the Best Revenge’, from 2015 release, Love Army, was chosen as the theme song of the worldwide sync on popular TV show, Bondi Ink, and a collaboration with Californian 90s legends Ugly Kid Joe’s album, Uglier Than They Used To Be hit #10 charts on BBC charts in the UK.