Ukulele queen Sarah Carroll coming to Wauchope Arts April 29

Sarah Carroll. Photo: Tim Chuma.
Sarah Carroll. Photo: Tim Chuma.

Music critics call Sarah Carroll a national treasure, and Wauchope Arts Council are excited that she is coming to the hall on Saturday April 29.

The Ukulele Queen of the Bellarine is an original singer/songwriter, well-known for her work with The Junes, The Cartridge Family, The Pirates Of Beer and partner Chris Wilson, and most recently, Aine Tyrrell and Jackie Marshall. 

She loves country music, the bossa nova and has rhythm and blues in her heart.

Sarah has performed at most of Australia’s high-profile festivals over a 25- year career, and is known for her earthy, wry and heartfelt songs, driving guitar and ukulele rhythms.

She launched her new album, Star Parade, at Port Fairy in March with new band The Left Wing, featuring ace producer and multi-instrumentalist Leigh Ivin on guitars and her supernaturally talented son George on bass.

The album features a touching ode to her now deceased 1979 Premier station wagon, “Heaven is my Holden with the windows down”.

Sarah Carroll and The Left Wing will be at Wauchope Arts Hall on Saturday April 29 at 8pm.

Tickets at the door from 7.30pm or buy online at  $25; $20 members (plus booking fee if bought online).


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