Join Fanny Lumsden and her incredible band for the launch of her new album Fallow and to raise much needed funds for community of Tooma who were smack bang in the middle of what is known as the 'Megafire'.
The album was recorded in a stone hut in the valley its self and is a celebration of the incredible surroundings which over new years was caught in the horrendous bushfires. This has become part of the album story. Fanny and the band and crew are all donating thier time, their production and their work and all proceeds will be going to the Tooma Community Bushfire recovery fund, which is raising money to help with the clean up, rebuild fences, sheds, feed for pets and stock, mental health resources and more.
All Fanny and the band ask is that you pre order their new album Fallow, which supports them in many ways. So after you purchase please head to the website and pre-order the album. Or CLICK HERE to pre-order.
Over the course of Lumsden’s acclaimed career she’s maintained a fiercely independent approach, releasing her music through her own label, Red Dirt Road Records. Her second album, 2017’s Real Class Act, debuted at Number 1 on the ARIA Country Charts. It also won ‘Independent Country Album of the Year’ at the AIR Awards and was nominated for an ARIA, as was her debut album, 2015’s Small Town Big Shot.
A winner of ‘New Talent of the Year’ at the Golden Guitar Awards and ‘New Artist of the Year’ at the Country Music Channel Awards, Lumsden has forged a deep connection with music fans throughout Australia, thanks in part to her self-produced Country Halls tours, in which she’s clocked up more than 250,000 kilometres taking her show throughout rural Australia. For the release of Fallow she’s proudly teamed up with Cooking Vinyl Australia, while still remaining as hands-on as ever.
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