See Shells in the country

Shells will bring her passion for things natural to Wadeville when she performs there this Sunday.

As a child in the Blue Mountains Shelley could be found barefoot, sitting up on a branch, writing stories about ants. So its no surprise her adult music is filled with images of wild places, and her vivacious character makes her an entertaining performer.

Logging of old growth forests inspired Shelley to organise benefit concerts for the Wilderness Society in Sydney, Cairns and Hobart. Through her music she continues to spread her passion for the protection of our wild places.

Now based in Mullumbimby, Shells (as she is known) is collaborating with other musos and will be bringing some of them to her gig at the scenic and friendly Border Ranges Centre in Wadeville on the Murwillumbah-Kyogle road this Sunday, April 27 from 4pm.

Food and drinks are available.


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