Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

Desert in Song at Art Gallery

Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

Desert in Song at Art Gallery

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Byline: NADINE FISHER nadine.fisher@tweednews.com.au

TWO free spirits of the Australian music scene a William Barton and Anthony Garcia, unite to launch their new album Desert Stars Dancing in a sell-out performance at the Tweed River Art Gallery this Sunday.

Due to popular demand another concert will be sched- uled, but be quick to secure a chance to experience the ethereal sounds of these talented musicians.

William Barton, one of Australia's most celebrated didgeridoo players, is a powerful advocate of the virtuosic potential of his instrument and the richness of his Australian culture.

Anthony Garcia fuses together a wide range of styles from the ancient to the contemporary, from the experimental music scene in New York to early music with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, even a support gig for Powderfinger. Garcia continues to explore the diversity of his instrument.

Garcia said the album Desert Stars Dancing was simply an extension of what they do as individual musicians. …

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