Into the Wild - Songbirds. Tinonee Memorial School of Arts

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Into the Wild - Songbirds. Tinonee Memorial School of Arts

4:00pm, Sat 31 August, 2024
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Into the Wild presents Songbirds. A showcase of female singer songwriters.

Into the Wild is back! This time we are headed to the beautiful Tinonee Memorial School of Arts Hall with a show featuring New South Wales' finest female signer songwriters.



Amy Vee

Amy Vee writes music that both disquiets and mollifies the soul. Her songs are driven by a poetic lyricism that resonates as deeply with those seeking comfort and connection as it does with those seeking escape.

A skilled multi-instrumentalist and award-winning composer and performer, Vee’s latest works sit somewhere between indie folk and ambient dream pop. 

Vee's latest full-length is a live album, recorded at iconic hometown venue, Lizottes Newcastle in early 2023 with a 6-piece band. This is the follow-up to Vee's recent singles Jackknife (February 2023) and The Pilot (November 2022).

Anna Weatherup

Anna Weatherup first came to the public’s attention via The Voice, Australia. For many artists, the effects of such an experience can be overwhelmingly positive, and for others, it leads them down that strange road of reflection and career recalibration, which can be equally positive, if not more so.

“While on The Voice, I realised my time on this musical journey would be much better spent creating music that is true to me, and not focusing on becoming top of the pop, for a moment in time.

“I graciously left The Voice stage once I was battle-rounded out and started writing my new album. I was extremely grateful to have found my way back onto that creative path again. And the twist for me was that I had a TV show to thank for that!” she says.


GOLDHEIST, known offstage as Hester Fraser, is and Australian artist whose music is a rich blend of storytelling and classical influences, deeply rooted in the Australian landscape. Her sound, which has been likened to luminaries such as Kate Bush, melds lyrical storytelling with an evocative musical style, drawing listeners into vivid narratives of Australian life from the bush and beyond.

Her career highlights include an album launch at the Sydney Opera House, winning the People's Choice Award at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, performances at the Fleurieu Folk Festival (SA), Sandford Bush Festival (VIC), and a concert in Naracoorte Cave (SA) whilst on tour with acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Andrew Clermont. She has earned accolades in songwriting competitions, affirming her skill as a lyricist, performer and composer. Her albums REALM and EYES OF LOVE showcase her musical journey, devolving from electronic to acoustic sounds, and addressing themes of love, loss, and the beauty of imperfection.


EMIR is a Soul RnB musician from the Mid North Coast who illustrates her outside and inside world through lyrics and sound.