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Everything you ever wanted to know about Lisa Hunt

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The fabulous Ms Lisa Hunt will be turning heads with her first return show in Australia at the Bangalow Bowling Club on Saturday. Seven decided to find out a little more about the girl who’s been knocking ’em out for more than 14 years.

If I could keep only one album it would be: Aretha’s Greatest Hits

I want to die: peacefully

My perfect man: they haven’t made that model yet

The secret to a happy life is: doing what you love and never needing an alarm

My greatest regret is: not making babies at some point

Next year I’m going to: jetset and knock something else off the bucket list

In my life I have learned: we are almost all friggin’ crazy (in some way or another)

My mother taught me: that being loved and cherished by her was the foundation of my existence

The thing that annoys me the most is: betrayal

My perfect meal is: soul food (ribs, collard greens, mac and cheese, and banana pudding

If I could invite anyone to a dinner party I’d ask: President Obama

My greatest strength is: my heart

My biggest struggle is: eating, drinking and being merry (in excess)

To me God: is powerful, creative and can be found everywhere

When I sing: I am connected to something more powerful than myself.

Bangalow Bowlo on Saturday. 8pm.Tix: $20 (+bf) pre / $25 door. Avail www.kupromotions.com.au and from the venue.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 


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