A Champagne moment in Mullum

Acclaimed in San Francisco as 'the future of folk', at 22 Daniel Champagne is a rising star of the guitar.

A noted singer-songwriter as well, he's been writing and performing since he was 12, classically trained since the tender age of five.

With two EPs, a full-length album and hundreds of Australian and international shows under his belt, he's touring on the back of a new CD release, Real Live.

Showcasing a genre-spanning range of guitar-techniques and his own originals and folk/blues interpretations, he's playing the Mullumbimby Drill Hall this Saturday, July 21.

Tickets are $23 or $18 plus booking fee through www.kupromotions.com.au and the doors open at 7.30pm.


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