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Sunny Cowgirls


Fri 15 Nov 2013, 8:30pm–11:00pm

Where: Manilla RSL Club, 25 Court St, Manilla, New England

Restrictions: 18+

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  • adult + b/f: $29.50
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Celebrated, revered and multi-awarded country music duo The Sunny Cowgirls are releasing their fifth studio album and the title unashamedly sums it all up, ‘what We Do’.

Country siblings, endearingly unaware of their allure and sex appeal deliver this new release true to their much loved sound. Sophie and Celeste Clabburn have travelled the country finding inspiration for their latest musical delivery and have captured the spirit of Australia for their fans in song.

Celebrating the Australian county life, The Sunny Cowgirls nail it with What We Do.

From sheep shearing through to the outback sun, they proudly sing about their lives, part country music celebrities and when the hats are put away, part tractor drivers, dog trainers and rouseabouts… you possibly won’t find a country act that lives the life more-so than The Sunny Cowgirls, they write what they live, and make no apologies for it. Sisters, The Sunny Cowgirls continue to demonstrate through music their zest for fun, they don’t shy away from having a good time, penning hit songs about the experiences they have lived.