Carole King’s pop masterpiece, Tapestry is celebrated by two of Australia’s most loved vocalists in three sold out shows at the Arts Centre, Melbourne in August 2016. Iconic performers Vika Bull and Debra Byrne along with The Brill Band, featuring some of Australia’s finest musicians, reimagined the songs of the "most successful and revered female songwriter in pop music history".
Releasedin 1971, Tapestry was No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart for 15 weeks with over 25 million copies sold worldwide. It is considered was one of the most important pop albums of the 20th century producing the mega hits “I Feel the Earth Move”, “You’ve Got A Friend”, "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman", “It’s Too Late” and “Will You Love Me Tomorrow.’
This album forms the centrepiece of the Tapestry concert created by the producer/director of the smash hit At Last: The Etta James Story. Both performers have been inspired by the work of Carole King and the Tapestry album. “A true singer songwriter Carole King doesn’t write to get on the radio she writes because it is all coming from her heart. That is why I love her,” says Debra Byrne