Writing from the heart and singing from the soul, surveying the people and land around you and letting stories inspire your creativity and guide your craft. That’s what makes a songwriter genuine and honest and ARIA and 21-time Golden Guitar winner Sara Storer has consistently shown she embodies those qualities.

In fact, she’s done that right from the start, more than 20 years ago when she released her first album Chasing Buffalo and a reason why she is widely celebrated as one of Australia’s greatest singer songwriters.

The land, family and an innate and empathetic understanding of what it is to live in Australia are themes that run strongly through Sara’s songs.

Sara has gained a loyal following across Australia and has earnt high praise for her unique and authentic songwriting from the likes of Paul Kelly, Colin Hay, Shane Howard, Josh Cunningham (The Waifs), Kev Carmody and John Williamson who have also recorded duets with her.

Sara spoke excitedly about her upcoming show; “I have missed playing the Longyard over the past few years as it has long been one of my favourite venues. The audience is always so attentive and are there just for the music. I can’t wait to perform some of my new songs as well as of course, as a selection from my past 6 albums.”
Sara is one of a few Australian artists who at a relatively young age, has earned the moniker of ‘legend’. Iconic ARIA Hall of Fame member John Williamson backed this claim up when he said “Sara has a unique way of seeing and expressing her observations of love and life in the bush. She is a songwriter who will be remembered beyond her lifetime.”

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