Finding home...

She has been described as a free spirit.  Most will say her voice sounds like angels dancing.  Her musical journey started in New Zealand as a young girl but life had other plans. Despite the many detours she has taken along the way, Shelley Mac is finally home.

The Venus Project 


Shelley & Georgia at ACL 2017

Georgia Nott of New Zealand indie-pop sibling duo Broods has finally released her solo album under the name The Venus Project.  The entire album from the writing, to the recording, to the album artwork and all of the promotion, has only been touched by women.  An absolutely unique and beautiful vision brought to life by this unbelievably talented young lady. #watchthisspace #sistersdoingitforthemselves #moontomoon






Get 'Life is Beautiful' download for cancer treatment donation 

Over the years I have reached out to family, friends and fans for support with my music. This time however, with a heavy heart, I am reaching out to you all to support my younger brother, Brendan, in his time of need. He was recently diagnosed with cancer, specifically, Ocular Melanoma. We are devastated and still coming to terms with the diagnosis. It's at times like this that music can play a very positive and powerful part with healing.  I have set up a Go Fund Me campaign and as of today, for every donation made towards my brother's cancer treatment, each person will receive a free download of my single, 'Life is Beautiful'.  It takes a village to heal and make positive change.  Thank you deeply for listening and be sure to spread the love!!

Broods world domination! 

Shelley Mac managed to catch up with Georgia and Caleb of New Zealand's leading synth/pop act, Broods, before their 2014 ACL stage debut.  They may have been new to the festival but once they hit their stride, the crowd was totally mesmerised.   The Broods returned to Austin a couple of month's later, again catching up with Shelley Mac before playing to a sold out crowd at Emo's.  You know when the music is starting to really reach the masses when everyone is singing along with you word for word!  If they're not already, Broods should be on your radar!!  

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Previous events

Shelley Mac

One-2-One Bar

Shelley Mac will be joining George DeVore with the Gladiator Big Band. A show not to be missed!


Christmas jazz with Shelley Mac

UT Golf Club, 2200 University Club Drive, Austin TX 78732

You won't want to miss this! Enjoy some eggnog and mistletoe whilst listening to the sweet pipes of Shelley Mac singing jazz with a splattering of Christmas carols! Shelley will be joined by Peter Mazzetti on guitar and David Sumner on double bass.



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