Amira Pyliotis, the musician behind the name Tecom

Amira Pyliotis, the musician behind the name Tecoma, first discovered performance on trumpet at 11 after falling in love with Louis Armstrong (well, his music actually). Growing up in Melbourne, Amira performed in lo-fi, jazz, blues, roots and rock outfits, before a move to the desert of Central Australia prompted her to focus her musical attention on her new solo incarnation, Tecoma. Check her out at the Great Northern Hotel in Byron this Friday, August 31, from 9pm. Its free.


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