Dusty Springfield possessed a voice that was unequaled over four decades of recording, a voice that proved to be equally adept at lushly orchestrated pop tunes like You Don't Have to Say You Love Me, The Look of Love, A House Is Not A Home, R & B Son of a Preacher Man, Stay Awhile, Wishin’ n Hopin’, and the song with the Pet Boys that resurrected her career What Have I Done to Deserve This?


Dusty once said that anyone who writes about her should…“Be kind”.  We openly acknowledge that the confidence Dusty exuded on vinyl was a façade, masking severe insecurities, addictions to drink and drugs, bouts of self-mutilation and fear of losing her career if exposed as a lesbian.  Knowing that, we decided to leave the life of a troubled, volatile yet gifted singer to the voyeurs in Hollywood and create All Her Faces – A Portrait of Dusty Springfield that celebrates a vocal instrument which

simply cannot be duplicated.


All Her Faces – A Portrait of Dusty Springfield is an homage to Dusty’s talent and vocal versatility.  It is a fast-paced rock concert that presents not only her famous hits but introduces many of her unknown songs. 


All Her Facessays something even more important.  That recognition of the depth and volume of her work has been long overdue.


All Her Facesis the only way you want to remember Dusty Springfield.


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