Posts tagged Fanny Lumsden
Taryn La Fauci, the Sydney songwriter whose heartfelt lyrics give careful expression to the moments of love and loss that we all face

Taryn La Fauci is a thoughtful and honest lyricist. And her latest album Cycling - released in June this year - is a testament to the power of words.

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PODCAST: A conversation with country music star Fanny Lumsden on crowdfunding, being nominated for an ARIA, and living and working in rural Australia

Well, finally! The Music Love Australia Conversations podcast is here! Listen in as founder of Music Love and artist Julie Kerr interviews Australian women working and playing in all areas of the music industry. The first episode is with ARIA Award nominated and Golden Guitar Award winner Fanny Lumsden. This conversation between Julie and Fanny took place in a lounge room over wine, cheese, crackers and chocolate on a very hot November day, days out from the 2016 ARIA Awards. Fanny's band-mate and at the time fiancé (the two were married over Summer) Dan was also there listening to Julie and Fanny talk about life on the road (like 42,000 kilometres over last year), getting mental blocks on stage, mentoring kids in rural Australia, being in a school where only five other people were in her year in Tallimba NSW and what her favourite song is right now. Subscribe, rate and review in iTunes!

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Sam Buckingham is a gifted singer/songwriter who was mentioned in Amanda Palmer's New York Time's best-seller, and didn't even realise

Sam Buckingham is a a breath of fresh air. The Sydney-born singer/songwriter now dwells in Byron Bay and her latest single The Water was written for a friend going through a very dark time. Though the subject matter heavy, the sound is instantly mood-lifting, light and hopeful. am took the time to talk to Music Love about her travels, crowd-funding, and the time she had coffee with Amanda Palmer. 

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Music Love Playlist: Women of the 30th Annual ARIA Awards

All the female nominees in the 30th Annual ARIA Awards. The ARIAs will be held 23 November, 2016 and Music Love will keep you updated on Australian women involved in the awards. For now, take a listen to the incredibly diverse talented up for an award. Includes Courtney Barnett, Delta Goodrem, Montaigne, Sia, Justine Clark, The Veronicas, Sarah Blasko, Emma Pask and Kate Miller-Heidke

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