Leah Flanagan

What we learned at the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Australian Music (PFOAM) event

September 27, 2018

Politicians and Musicians don’t often see eye to eye, especially of late in NSW, but on Wednesday night at the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Australian Music (PFOAM), songwriters, musicians, recording artists and key industry leaders joined forces in Macquarie Street to illustrate the importance of contemporary music for Australia – not just for starting parties but […]

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The National Indigenous Music Awards is set to shine at the Darwin Amphitheatre this August

June 16, 2017

The National Indigenous Music Awards has unveiled its line up for its 2017 ceremony and for another year running, the Darwin event has shown itself to be one of Australian music’s shining lights on the annual calendar. At the Darwin Amphitheatre, the crowd celebrates the country’s Indigenous talent under stars, in a tropical vibe unlike any […]

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Leah Flanagan announces July tour dates for new single “Chills”

June 8, 2016

Leah Flanagan has given fans the first taste of her upcoming album Saudades in “Chills” and as an album opener, this one is definitely indicative of a gorgeously honest record. Flanagan shows off some of her best on the track – a combination of talented songwriting coupled with beautiful arrangement drew us into “Chills” and has got […]

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Buried Country: Live in Concert to celebrate Aboriginal country music at The Playhouse in August

June 3, 2016

Buried Country: Live in Concert is a new stage show born from the ground breaking book, film and compilation album from Clinton Walker – Buried Country: The Story of Aboriginal Country Music – which was initially published in 2000 before being updated and re-released in 2015 to acclaim. Buried Country, which premieres at The Playhouse […]

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