Kerrianne Cox will fill the Uki Anglican Church with soul.
Kerrianne Cox will fill the Uki Anglican Church with soul.

From the heart of country

Award-winning Aboriginal singer-songwriter Kerrianne Cox is a leader of her community in Beagle Bay, Western Australia.

Embroiled at the heart of the controversial Kimberly gas pipeline, this tiny township has bred fierce visionaries and a long struggle for empowerment.

A true bard of her people, Kerrianne's music celebrates her culture and yearns for sovereignty with a powerful, soulful voice.

The Uki Anglican Church will resonate with her country blues this Friday, July 20.

Hear her sing the country up, from 7pm.

Tickets are $20/15 from the Uki Supermarket and Uki Happy High Herbs store, online at www.ukitopiaartscollective.com or at the door.

Hot chai and snacks by Salty Sisters.


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