Jeff Brown and family with special guests Alisha Smith & Caitlyn Jamieson

North Tamworth Bowling Club - Auditorium

Alisha Smith is a bush ballad lead guitarist who was taught and inspired by the late Barry Thornton. She enjoys picking out country instrumentals and has travelled far and wide across Australia for the past 24 years with her late partner Keith Jamieson OAM and daughter Caitlyn Jamieson, performing at festivals, clubs, pubs and old-time country halls. Alisha was a Golden Guitar finalist for Instrumental of the Year in 2008 for ''Tanami Track" with Charley Boyter.

Alisha will be appearing with her daughter, Caitlyn Jamieson.

Caitlyn has been in the music scene since she was born. With her parents both being country music performers, Cait has grown up touring Australia and playing at music festivals.

Now, at nearly 18-years-old, Caitlyn is working towards creating her own musical identity and pursuing her music career. She plays a multitude of instruments (with her favourite being the fiddle) and has a strong passion for songwriting and creating her own sound.

Cait has performed at several festivals such as Winton’s Way-Out West Fest, the Gympie Muster, Cruisin’ Country, and of course, the Tamworth Country Music Festival. She has also done backing band work, playing fiddle for several artists.

Caitlyn is attending this year's CMAA Academy of Country Music after her win at the Macca's Golden Gig competition in 2023 where she received a scholarship.

With an exciting stage presence and powerful voice, Caitlyn is a must-see act at this year's festival; she is a promising talent to watch in the Australian music industry.

Alisha will be appearing at the Tamworth festival with her daughter Caitlyn, who is attending the CMAA Academy of Country Music, and they are both excited to be heading to Tamworth.

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