Download your copy of Sue Ray’s latest EP
Sue Ray’s latest EP I Would Never Do That is finally available for digital download!
DOWNLOAD HERE: https://sueray.bandcamp.com/album/i-would-never-do-that-ep
See the track being recorded live in Nashville below:
SUE RAY & BAND
live at The Bearded Lady Thursday APRIL 19th 7pm
Sue Ray has started her year with a bang, performing to packed tents through Woodford Folk Festival and delighting audiences at Tarnanthi Festival in Adelaide. The multi-award-winning singer/songwriter captivates audiences with her haunting, emotionally charged lyrics, considered compositions and smoky, molasses-rich voice.
She’s joined on stage at The Bearded Lady with her band and support act Nathan May from South Australia.
Nathan May descends from the Arabana, Yawuru and Marridjabin clans who hail from nations around Australia. On the cusp of releasing new music, this talented artist brings a breathy fresh voice to an array of narratives around heartbreak, journeying and experiences that belie his youth.
Come and enjoy an evening where you will journey across lands, hearts and your ears will be rejoicing!
Doors at 7pm
Nathan May – 7.45pm – 8.45pm
Sue Ray – 9.00pm – 10pm.
SUNDAY SESSIONS: SUE RAY & NATHAN MAY @ TARNANTHI FESTIVAL
Sunday 14th January – SA ART GALLERY – Adelaide 2pm
Much like the Kaurna word, the TARNANTHI Sunday Sessions will celebrate new beginnings, showcasing new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent and luminaries from Adelaide and across Australia. Sit back and soak in the afternoon light.
Experience the sultry vocals of award winning singer songwriter Sue Ray and be introduced to new talent Nathan May.
Ray has three critically acclaimed albums under her belt and comes to Adelaide shortlisted as one of Australia’s most exciting Indigenous acts.
Mentored by Troy Casser-Daley and Col Hardy, May descends from the Arabana, Yawuru and Marridjabin language groups and has been performing modern folk in and around Adelaide for almost five years.
Dates: SUN 14 JAN 2018
Venue: ART GALLERY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA