A great line up of musicians supporting Ezekiel Oz. $10 pre-sale.
'Speaking in Tongues' by Andrew Bovell, Directed by Kevin West. Speaking in Tongues is an award winning Aust play which went on to become the successful film 'Lantana'. Support Cairns FM89.1's fundraising evening, see the play and hear Ray-Lee perform in the foyer from 7-8pm before the play starts.
Ray-Lee will be performing in the Pub Lounge from 10-10.40am
Ray-Lee will be performing in the Pub Lounge from 6.30-7.10pm
f you happen to be in Far North Queensland on the 12th of October you'll have a unique chance to attend Heyday Festival, a showcase of some of the region's leading emerging musicians, artists, and performers. Their beautiful expression will be complimented by an arts and craft pop-up market, a café space with acoustic soloists and film projection, wholesome food, a licensed bar, and quirky site art all in the large outdoor carpark behind the Centre of Contemporary Arts, and in The Space - the Centre's large performance space - the main stage with feature bands, DJs, and plenty of room for dancing. Event will be held at Centre of Contemporary Arts (COCA). Tickets purchased on the gate. The Starry Field, Finding Luna, Leanne Tennant, Amy Chase, The Young Art Ray-Lee, Louarde, Raymond Drake, Jayden Reid The House Project
Sounds Like: Julia Stone
Manager: Louise Russell
Bio: 18yr old Cairns singer/songwriter Ray-Lee
Her debut EP ‘Life Is Different’ was released in December 2011 with several tracks shortlisted for the Australian Songwriters Contest, “Starting Line” finishing in the Top 10 of the Youth category.
Drawing on influences such as Julia Stone and Emma Lou...See Full Bio
“SHE may not be old enough to get into a club, but Ray-Lee is certainly making her presence felt on the music scene. The 17-year-old Goldsborough singer-songwriter will travel to Sydney on Wednesday after being shortlisted in the Youth Top 30 of the 2013 Australian Songwriting Contest, alongside a nomination in the new Youth Category in Cairns Post Hit Awards, which kicks off its month-long voting period on Monday. Russell is no stranger to being nominated for awards, coming in at No.10 in the Australian Songwriting Contest in 2011 and a finalist again in 2012. She also took out the 2011 Amateurs Cairns heat of the Port Douglas Songwriting Competition and was a finalist in the Cairns Got Talent competition in 2011 and 2012, and the 2010 Cairns Festival Street Buskers competition. This year, she's up for the nationwide award for her song Backed Up Against A Wall, a powerful song written about bullying in schools. "I never expected that song to make it because I wrote it in about five”