Singing in the country

Sara Tindley has a passion for horses... and country music. Shell be appearing on stage in Meerschaum Vale to showcase her considerable talents no horses but plenty of her fine music.

Sara Tindley has had a good year. Her debut album 5 Days won Album of the Year at this years Dolphin Awards. The following evening she released her new CD Lucky the Sun in Byron.

Saras last gig for the year is on this Saturday night, December 9, at the beautiful Meerschaum Vale Hall. With her band The Kingfishers featuring Will Grahame (Louisville Sluggers) on keys, Stu Eadie (Karma County) on drums, Hans Lovejoy on bass and with guest guitarist George Chrysostomou (Fort), Sara will perform songs from both albums.

Doors open at 7pm, kids are welcome. Cost is $10 ($25 for a family.)


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