In 2002 Sally Dastey released her first solo album Secrets To Keep after ten years as part of the highly successful and critically acclaimed Tiddas.
Since Secrets To Keep Sally has continued touring, supporting the likes of Eddie Reader (Scotland) & Boo Hewerdine (UK) as well as local favourites such as Nick Barker, Sal Kimber & The Rolling Wheel, and The Rosie Burgess Trio.
Sally’s second album Half A Wish, Half A Moon did not disappoint with a mix of new original material and the inclusion of the traditional Scottish folk song Wild Mountain Thyme.
Sally and her band The Sweet Sceptics produce shows that are uplifting, thoughtful and an absolute joy to be a part of. In the company of Mark (Squeezebox Wally) Wallace on accordion, Matt Earl on drums and Rory Boast on bass, she continues to write and record new material and tour festivals around Australia.
December 2010 saw the release of her long-awaited children’s CD which was greeted with enthusiasm and excitement. She has a new album in the works, with plans for release later in the year, and continues to make her mark as one of the country’s finest female vocalists.