Australian music legend Deborah Conway will be performing in the Shoalhaven later this month.
Conway, who has been a significant and eloquent contributor to Australian music for over 30 years, will be performing with Willy Zygier at Riversdale on Sunday, July 29.
Her first band Do Re Mi topped the charts; her first solo album, String of Pearls achieved platinum sales.
Conway met Willy Zygier in 1991 and together they have released albums that have attracted critical acclaim from reviewers and audience plaudits.
In 2016 they released their ninth studio collaboration, Everybody’s Begging, that was given a five star review in The Australian.
Conway and Zygier have pursued careers of extra curricular activities alongside the core business of writing, recording and performing their songs.
These have included producing the national concert series called Broad of all female singer/songwriters, Conway took on the role of artistic director for the Queensland Music Festival and currently they are the festival director and artistic director for The Shir Madness Melbourne Jewish Music Festival.
In 2016 Conway and Zygier’s 1993 5/4 anthem Alive and Brilliant, was inducted into the National Film and Sound Archive and Conway was named a Living Legend twice by the Leaps and Bounds Festival and Rolling Stone Magazine.
In September 2017 they delivered their second Melbourne Shir Madness Festival to critical and public acclaim.
They are currently writing for their 10th release due out in 2019.
Tickets for the Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier performance at Riversdale, 170 Riversdale Road, Illaroo are strictly limited and are available through www.bundanon.com.au.
Tickets cost $65 plus booking fee. Entry from 1pm, concert 2.30pm. Café and bar on-site.