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Byron Shire
May 16, 2021

Pieta comes to Lismore

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Star Court Theatre, Saturday

Straight out of Iowa and the alt-country underground, Pieta Brown is being hailed in her homeland as a modern American troubadour.

Daughter of celebrated folkster Greg Brown, Pieta describes her unique sound as ‘prairie stomp’, and has collaborated with artists as diverse as Calexico, Amos Lee, John Prine and Ani Difranco.

She will be supported by Aussie songstress Lucie Thorne.

Saturday at the Star Court Theatre.

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