Rustic and intimate, Fidel & Sarah Anne deliver charming vintage music entertainment throughout Australia. Ripened by 25 years performance experience, Fidel & Sarah Anne have unlocked the secrets of delighting discerning audiences, from the grumpiest beard to the most refined palate.
A Melbourne two-piece made up of Renee Anderson and Jamie Barlow, the duo have been writing together for several years, released their self-titled debut EP in 2013 and singles ‘Run Run’ and ‘Follow The Sun’. They’ve also performed coveted support slots for iconic 90’s band Garbage, Australian artists Alpine, Owl Eyes and Sticky Fingers.
Clare Bowditch began writing songs at the age of three, and continued writing them in private until 1998, when she met John Hedigan and, on the same night, formed a band. They called themselves "Red Raku", and recorded two albums along with producer/drummer Marty Brown, who is now Clare's husband. Having performed on the Melbourne pub circuit since she was seventeen years old, first with Quarter Acre Dream and then with Red Raku (they recorded two albums), Bowditch first came to prominence in 2005 with the release of her second album What Was Left, which received excellent critical reviews, and high rotation airplay on national radio stations such as Triple J, although her success can be largely credited to the strong support of local independent radio stations throughout Australia, who championed her early work.
Taylor Henderson is an Australian singer and songwriter. Originating from Ceres, Victoria, Henderson rose to fame after placing third on the fourth series of Australia's Got Talent in 2010. Three years later, he became the runner-up on the fifth season of The X Factor Australia and subsequently received a recording contract with Sony Music Australia. In November 2013, Henderson released his self-titled debut album, which debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association. Additionally, the album included his number-one debut single "Borrow My Heart". The following year, Henderson released his second studio album Burnt Letters, which became his second number-one album and yielded the top-five hit "When You Were Mine"