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Anna Weatherup & Amy Vee @ McCrossins


⭐️ Anna Weatherup, who grew up in Townsville, is perhaps best known for turning all four chairs on The Voice in its second season, with her audition garnering over 1.2M views on YouTube. Since then, Anna has worked tirelessly to shape a truly unique & engaging creative identity, gathering a loyal community of followers via her many live shows &, during lockdowns, via livestreaming on Twitch. Anna’s long-awaited album Crossing the Sea was released on 3 March 2023 & singles have already been making waves, including top 40 chart positions on iTunes & 100k+ streams on Spotify. Anna also recently toured as a band member for Hayley Mary, playing several festivals in NSW & QLD & opening for Liam Gallagher at Aware Super Theatre in Sydney.

⭐️ Amy Vee is an award-winning songwriter and performer with extensive touring experience in Australia & internationally. Amy has moonlighted as band member for other artists including Australian music royalty Jon English & Tim Freedman, all while building a solo career, opening for touring acts such as Luka Bloom, Passenger, Newton Faulkner & Mark Seymour. Her award-winning self-penned body of work includes two solo studio albums, an EP & several singles. Her new album, recorded live with a 6-piece band, is expected for release in early April.

The shows will be comprised of two sets, each artist playing their own material, as well as a few special onstage moments together. Audiences can expect to be enchanted by these two accomplished & captivating artists.

⭐️ Visually and sonically arresting, flower crowned crooner GOLDHEIST has been likened to Kate Bush, Florence & The Machine, and Ellie Goulding, bringing her songs and stories to stages across regional and metropolitan Australia. Her songs tell tales of love, life and adventure, painting vibrant pictures of the Australian bush, current affairs and events, not to mention a few broken hearts. Now based in regional NSW, GOLDHEIST is releasing her third album. A rich tapestry of vocal revelation and instrumental colour, this fierce yet delicate body of work is a celebration of connection, imperfection, and the unexpected joys of best-laid plans gone awry, featuring poignant, incisive storytelling and musical portraiture.

June 10, 2023
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
0412 424 718
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02 6778 3022
McCrossin’s Mill Museum
29-31 Salisbury Street
URALLA, NSW 2358 Australia
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