will never have to shout to be heard as an artist
one-time Melbourne-based singer, who has been show casing her Dad’s greatest
hits since the mid-1990s,
of the biggest regrets in my life was the sad fact that I never had the
opportunity to perform on stage with my father,”
The singer-songwriter, who spent the 1980s and ‘90s developing her own style, is happy to be mixing and matching JO’K and VO’K.
“I first did a tribute to dad back in 1996 but I think it was the advent of
Shout! - The Musical,
“It was a very special time for me, a very spiritual time,
O’Keefe says she doubts that she was emotionally prepared for such a venture a
“Looking back now, I realise I was emotionally unprepared for such a project 10
The Sydney-born professional musician and entertainer, as well as mum to
Vicky says song writing and performing would be her destiny - Destiny was the
name of her first album -
Among the earliest was Keep The Candle Burning, a tribute to JO’K penned
When Vicky was asked to present a tribute show to JO’K in 1996 the
singer-songwriter had some reservations,
“I felt it was a huge responsibility and I was aware that I had to do justice
to Dad’s songs,” says Vicky.
Vicky has described herself as The Mild One but on stage they say things change and The Wild Child comes into her own.
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