Although multi-award winning songstress, Sara Storer, has been relatively quiet in terms of her public profile over the past 3 years, she has not been idle. In 2014 she took out 3 major Golden Guitar awards at the Country Music Awards of Australia in Tamworth and early in 2015, gave birth to her 4th boy. Yes that’s 4 boys! During this time Sara and her family also relocated from Darwin to the NSW border city of Albury so they could be closer to family.
During this time Sara and her family also relocated from Darwin to the NSW border city of Albury so they could be closer to family.
Having won a Golden Guitar in 2014 for a duet she recorded with long-time friend and sometime musical collaborator, John Williamson, Sara released a song she wrote about John called Canoe which went on to take out the coveted award for Video Clip of the Year in 2015 taking her total Golden Guitar tally to an impressive 18!
A genuine admiration of Sara’s work prompted John to comment, “Sara has a unique way of seeing and expressing her observations of love and life in the bush. So she is a songwriter that will be remembered beyond her lifetime.”
In October Sara headed into the studio with producer, Matt Fell, to record the follow up to her award winning Lovegrass album which will be released early in 2016.
Sara’s Tamworth shows always hold a special place for her legion of fans and 2016 will see her return to The Longyard Hotel where the intimate atmosphere is ideal as a venue to showcase her story-telling style.
Inverloch Sounds of Summer Festival will attract a broad audience of visitors and residents alike. Together they will enjoy the ‘sounds’ of local & national musicians and the ‘tastes’ of festival fare and local wine.