Troy Cassar-Daley, Emily Wurramara and Black Rabbit George
Join country music superstar and all-round nice guy Troy Cassar-Daley as he performs a rollicking mix of old favourites and songs from his latest album, 'Things I Carry Around'.
With a career spanning 10 studio albums over 30 years, Troy Cassar-Daley - a proud Bundjalung man - is well-loved for his genuine charm, master storytelling and remarkable musicianship.
He has amassed a truckload of accolades including four ARIA awards, 35 Golden Guitars, two APRA Country Song of the Year awards, nine Deadly's (Australian Indigenous artist awards), four CMAA Entertainer of the Year awards, and the 2008 Country Music Association of America Country Music Global Artist Award.
In 2017 Troy was inducted into the prestigious Australasian Roll Of Renown. He has sold over 450,000 albums and received gold and platinum records. Don't miss this very special concert.
"Troy's a true gentleman, warm and genuine, always a pleasure to be around. He sings straightfrom his heart and straight from the heart of this country," Paul Kelly.
Discover culture and heritage in every beat and skip of Emily Wurramara's music. With a penchant for crafting deeply engaging and personal songs, the 20-year-old sings in both English and Anindilyakwa, the traditional language of her home on Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory.
Emily, who is kicking serious music goals, collaborated with Bernard Fanning to write her first single, 'Ngerraberrakernama' and worked with producer David Bridie to record her debut EP, 'Black Smoke'. Since then she's scored national airplay on ABC and triple j, a couple of 2016 Queensland Music Award nominations and a triple j Unearthed showcase at Big Sound.
Emily has toured across Australia and performed at major festivals including Island Vibes, Woodford Folk Festival and Bleach* Festival. She has also performed abroad at festivals in Sweden and France. Come along and share her music - from traditional stories and nursery rhymes, to songs about facing ever-present challenge and simply growing up.
"A serious contender in the Australian music scene." BEAT.
BLACK RABBIT GEORGE
Black Rabbit George is another incarnation for Tijuana Cartel's guitarist and front man Paul George. It's an opportunity for Paul to further explore the acoustic guitar that is at the heart of Tijuana Cartel and to pursue his long-time interest in folk and roots music.
Troy Cassar-Daley: 9.30pm - 10.30pm
Emily Wurramara: 7.50pm - 8.50pm
Black Rabbit George: 7pm - 7.30pm
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