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Disco fans drag out your dance pumps! Dance pop diva and multi-platinum recording artist Taylor Dayne is touring Australia performing all her top ten hits.

New York-born Taylor’s three albums produced twelve Top 20 singles, among them the chart-topping ‘Love Will Lead You Back.’

Her new album Satisfied sees the culmination of a period where Taylor concentrated on her acting, but she’s is raring to get back out there and start performing all the old and new songs live for her devoted following.

‘This is a rebirth for me,’ she says. ‘Call it what you want, but I’m back. We’ve baked the bread. Now it’s time to eat it.’ Taylor plays Twin Towns tonight.


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