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Described by Seal as "a real national treasure", Lucy Sugerman made it to the Grand Final on The Voice Australia. Now she is returning to her roots as a songwriter, and performing her first headline show in Canberra.
At just 16 years old, Sugerman has gone from busking in the streets to captivating the hearts of millions nationwide. Sugerman’s exceptional voice is well beyond her years, her incredible range surprises and captivates the audience, and her poetic lyrics resonate with everyone, young and old.
Supported by two of Canberra’s finest songstresses Amber Nichols and Sophie Edwards, Lucy’s homecoming show is not to be missed!
Crowned an Australian National Busking Champion for two years running, Sugerman is a songwriter from Canberra who has been performing since she was just nine years old. She has played Beyond Festival, Googfest, TEDxCanberra Conference, National Multicultural Festival, National Folk Festival, and supported Amber Nichols at The National Arboretum. A humanitarian as well as a musician, Lucy raised $1500 in under two hours busking for the Red Cross Queensland Floods Disaster Relief and Recovery Work in 2011, and became the 2017 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year for Arts and Multimedia. In 2013, Lucy produced her first album with seven originals mixed and mastered at the Canberra ArtSound FM Studios.
This year, Lucy made it to the top 4 of The Voice Australia and was signed by Universal Music Australia and UMPG.
Her EP, 'The Hilltop Sessions', is available to purchase here...
Lucy Sugerman on Facebook
Singer-songwriter Amber Nichols lit up televisions across the nation with her soul stirring rendition of the London Grammar hit 'Strong'. Her blind audition on The Voice Australia had all five coaches turning their chairs for a chance to work with the talented songstress and the nation declaring she had the “voice of an angel”. Not letting anything hold her back, Amber continued to enchant audiences across Australia whilst carrying her second child. A true inspiration to those chasing their dreams no matter the circumstance, her stunning vocals and unique journey inspired the hearts of many.
Her debut release 'Oh My Lullaby' contained a beautiful collection of emotive pieces including the title track penned for her brother Ethan. The honesty in her music often leaves a listener wiping away a tear.
Amber is an advocate for both cancer and mental health support services as well as an ambassador for Carers Australia who’s primary purpose is to value and support the contribution that carers make both to the people they care for and to the community as a whole.
www.ambernichols.com.au | Amber Nichols on Facebook
"The girl knows how to use a looper better than Ed Sheeran...one of the best voices I've ever heard" - Gabby Marshall, BMA
Sophie is an eighteen year-old singer-songwriter from Canberra, Australia. She prides herself on her experiences, and although she is still young, she has collected many. Sophie began singing jazz when she was accepted into the Australian National University's Pre-Tertiary music program at age 15 in 2015. She was a band leader for the Sydney Improvised Music Association's Young Women in Jazz Workshops, collaborating with likeminded young female jazz players to perform at The Street Theatre in 2016. She has played Groovin the Moo twice, and performs regularly around Canberra using her looping pedal and ukulele to cover current and older popular music. She is also the lead singer for Canberra jazz band The Prisoners of Jazzkaban.
Sophie Edwards on Facebook
Lucy Sugerman at TEDxCanberra Conference...
THE STREET PRESENTS
AMBER NICHOLLS and SOPHIE EDWARDS
SUNDAY 3RD DECEMBER, 6PM
SOPHIE EDWARDS 6PM
AMBER NICHOLS 6:30PM
LUCY SUGERMAN 7:35PM
STREET ONE | RESERVED SEATING | 160 MINUTES INCLUDING INTERVAL