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I am a singer/guitarist and songwriter from the Gold Coast. At the age of 10, I was a keen violinist. Mum and Dad, not so keen, offered to buy me any other instrument if I would only STOP playing the violin. I opted for a guitar and they immediately got me one and I immdiately started to play and sing and so began my real love affair with all things music. In fact music runs in my family!
My husband, sister and my youngest son are also musicians.
In the past I have supported some big Australian names, such as, Mick Fleetwood and the Zoo, Paul Kelly, Daryl Braithwaite and Vika and Linda Bull. I have written songs for World Vision, children’s stories, tv commercials (the altapac add), for Christmas choirs and for other musicians. Aussie band Bullamakanka recorded one of my originals ‘wild horses’ and country singer Deniese Morrison recorded a song I co-wrote with my sister, ‘The ballad of KP Nutbrown’.
‘When I Fall‘ was recently chosen by soundcloud to be #SCOTD. Peaceful Dreams came second in an international song contest put on by World Citizen Artists and Playing for change.
I’ve been writing songs about my life, loves and convictions. I like to tell a story. My songs are all based on life experiences- I try to keep it real!
Many years ago I came upon Mantra Meditation and have been practicing ever since. My spiritual journey opened up a whole new world to me. I began to realise that there was more to life, much more. From there I started to interweave Mantras and spiritual ideas into my music, giving it much more meaning and depth. Meditation changed my life in so many positive ways. I feel that I have received the greatest gift and I want to pass this amazing gift on to others so that they can share the benefits that Mantra Meditation has to offer.
You can visit her on soundcloud to check out some of her awesome songs
Sally will be performing live at The Mantra Room West End. There will also be kirtan, a chai bar and a delicious vegetarian meal.
Wed 20th February | 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sat 23rd February | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Fri 1st March | 6:00 am - Sun 31st March | 8:00 pm