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Folk and roots singer, songwriter and musician Chris Fisher has recently released his fourth album Singin’ for Change.

Chris began his musical journey 20 years ago at the folk clubs and music festivals of far north Queensland.

His has played Woodford, Port Fairy, and national folk festivals, and he has appeared in Tamworth’s Star Maker quest grand final.

Chris has also won many awards for original compositions and vocals for tunes released on previous albums, including eight North Coast Entertainment Industry Dolphin Awards.

Chris’s long-term support of the north coast music industry was acknowledged at the 2012 Dolphin Awards.

Chris is a true songwriter and storyteller, his original works reflecting diverse life experience and influences. Lyrically he traverses personal and socio-political themes where a commitment to family and environmental sustainability are common threads.

Singin’ for Change confirms his place as an accomplished Australian artist, revealing the personal and universal stories of our time.

See Chris with guest Marcelle Townsend-Cross at Lulu’s Cafe, Mullumbimby, this Saturday 18 January from 11am.

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

 


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