Fans worried about the announcements that Australian singer-songwriter, Sia Furler, would be retiring due to health problems can be re-assured by ongoing North American tour dates in 2011. Not even Grave's disease can stop this ARIA winning artist from performing live or releasing hit music, like her collaborative single with David Guetta, "Titanium." Even with the success of the recent single, fans are still excited over the release of 2010's We Are Born are excited to see what the vocalist has in store for the future.
Sia Furler was exposed to music from a young age, as her parents played in the Australian bands Mount Lofty Rangers and The Soda Jerks, while her uncle is Colin Hay of Men At Work. She released a trip-hop album, OnlySee, in 1997, but stopped making music for four years following the death of her boyfriend. Her sadness and despair would show on her 2001 album, Healing is Difficult, which marked a transition to an R&B style that was well received by critics. The album led to supporting tour dates for big name musicians, and Sia achieved even more fame after the release of Some People Have Real Problems in 2008. The album marked a more upbeat style for Sia and reached #26 on the Billboard 200 and featured the hit single, "The Girl You Lost to Cocaine."
However, it is 2010's We Are Born that has launched Sia into superstardom, with the album going gold and winning two ARIA Awards. The singles "You've Changed" and "I'm In Here" have become popular on the radio and can be heard on Sia's remaining 2011 tour dates, featuring Oh Land. The only performances left on the tour are focused on the southern and western states in the US, and will conclude on August 19 in Vancouver. Don't miss Sia's tour dates in 2011 and buy your tickets on Eventful today!
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