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Australian country music star Sarah Storer has released a new album.

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Songs of hope

Australian country music star Sarah Storer has released a new album.

Australian singer, songwriter and performer Sara Storer is hitting the road off the back of releasing her seventh studio album Raindance.

The ARIA and 21 Golden Guitar award-winning artist has recently signed with Universal Music Australia and will be coming to the Sunshine Coast as part of an extensive three-month tour.

“Music is great therapy and while our nation waits on rain let’s dance and sing this drought away,” Ms Storer says. “As a songwriter, we can often find ourselves writing stories with a heavy heart whether it be about ourselves or of others.

Raindance is a song of hope. It also sends a message of coming together through dance and song.

“So with regard to the drought, and the endless hardships of Aussie farmers, I felt it time to write a song of hope. A song that can lift out spirits during the nations wait for rain.”

You can see Ms Storer perform Raindance and many other songs from her latest album when she appears at the Caloundra RSL on May 11 at 7.30pm. To buy tickets and find our more go to caloundrarsl.com.au.

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