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Friends and musos – Tindley, Bell and Carr

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Tindley, Bell and Carr.
Tindley, Bell and Carr.

Much loved North Coast songsters;  Sara Tindley, Ash Bell (Starboard Cannons), and Danni Carr (Mr Cassidy) have joined forces for a handful of intimate shows around Victoria and NSW.

What was to be a one off show supporting Bluesgrass band, The Company, their set  was so well received that the trio decided to take the show on the road.

Combining their best material, a love of singing together and mutual admiration they created a small but perfectly formed ‘folk baby’ named Tindley, Bell and Carr.

The trio are great friends who love hanging out together and they all have received shining accolades for their work, air time on national radio and TV and played at major festivals around the country and overseas.

On stage they share stories, laughs, beautiful harmonies and their rootsy tunes.

Although loved individually the magic created when this trio hit the stage is unforgettable, ringing true that the whole is greater than the sum of it’s parts.

Friday St Martin’s Hall, Mullumbimby.

For ticket info visit: www.dannicarrmusic.com.

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