Sunny act on Capella stage
THE story began with two sisters and a passion to play music.
Now a decade on, it's hard to believe a story that began with two young sisters packing up their ute and driving across the Nullarbor in search of adventure, could also be the story of one of Australian country music's most-respected and best-loved acts.
However, for Sophie and Celeste Clabburn, The Sunny Cowgirls have never been about sticking to the script. With 10 years in the industry, seven studio albums, an acclaimed live album and two DVDs, as well as sold out tours across Australia, The Sunny Cowgirls are the most surprising of seasoned professionals.
The young and fun-loving duo are well-travelled with a sound knowledge of what it takes to get a country crowd on their feet.
They will have you tapping along with their dirty-booted anthems such as the raucous Cutting Up B&S Style and the crowd-pleasing Grog Monster.
While also having you sing along to some of the most poignant and stirring portraits of life on the land, such as Still Circling, Good Spot Here and the Golden Guitar-nominated Green and Gold classic.
For The Sunny Cowgirls, their deep abiding love of Australia shines through.
The Sunny Cowgirls have cemented a place as a firm crowd favourite at Australia's biggest country music events including the Deniliquin Ute Muster and Gympie Music Muster as well as the world famous Tamworth Country Music Festival. They show no signs of losing enthusiasm for playing in front of the cheering crowds that continue to fill arenas, paddocks and everywhere in between.
The girls will be performing in Capella at the Capella Cultural Centre on Sunday, October 16.
Don't miss your chance to see them live, to book tickets, contact Simon at the centre on 49849300.