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Noonamah singer/songwriter Kim Koole has jammed with country music royalty Kasey Chambers, she’s performed at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and she won a scholarship to the CMAA (Country Music Association of Australia) Academy of Country Music but her Territory-inspired debut album will be her career highlight.

On April 23, 2017 Kim Koole will release “Blue Skies”. Recorded and produced by Golden Guitar winner, Stuie French at Swingin’ Door Productions, the eleven track album is inspired by the laid back, optimistic lifestyle of the Northern Territory. The debut release is highly anticipated after the lead single was recognised as a finalist in the prestigious NT Song of the Year Awards.

Koole said it was through her Territory upbringing of family fishing, camping and hunting trips that she discovered her passion for country music. “It was on those family road trips that I was introduced to The Eagles, John Williamson and Kasey Chambers and they’ve always been a massive influence on the music I like to write. And I’ve always enjoyed the adventure and fun of living in the Territory so it’s become a theme in my song writing. I’ve spent the past two years on this album and I’m extremely proud of it and can’t wait to share it,” she said.

Sunday April 23 1pm at the Noonamah Tavern
Full band including Beau Dusk, Ambrose Nicholls, Crank Williams and Dan Davies.
Supported by Carter/Cash

The Chippo – Saturday 29th April
The Katherine Club – Saturday 6th May
Fred’s Pass Show – Saturday 13th May

Northern Territory country singer/songwriter Kim Koole is inspired by the laid back optimism of Territory living. Born and bred in the NT, Kim has an infectious passion for her Top End lifestyle and shares her enthusiasm with evocative song writing, catchy lyrics and upbeat country melodies. Her music lifts you; in many ways it coaxes you to visit her in the Northern Territory. Her lyrics are laden with hopefulness, nostalgia and reflection. The songs make you think, they make you feel and they make you remember. Her style is reminiscent of country music legends like Carrie Underwood, Kasey Chambers and John Williamson.

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