Jayne Denham - Cass Hopetoun - Natalie Henry - Vixens of Fall
21 Apr 2022 - Capitol Theatre
Presented by Laing Entertainment
THE SISTER HOOD
Four acts |Three new albums |Three Golden Guitar nominations |One Big Show
When the decision was made to postpone the Tamworth CM Festival from its regular January date to April the search for available venues was on and when the offer to do a show at the Capitol Theatre came up, Jayne Denham knew straight away who she wanted on the bill with her. A few phone calls later and three of Australian Country Music’s sassiest female acts were on board. Cass Hopetoun, Natalie Henry and Vixens of Fall all jumped at the opportunity.
Even with the turmoil and difficulties of the past year all four acts have enjoyed success with Jayne’s highly acclaimed album WANTED debuting at #1 on the ARIA charts as well as garnering two Golden Guitar finalist nominations - Female Artist of the Year & Contemporary Album and Cass’ single Who Needs Hawaii - one of the year’s most played songs on the KIX Radio network – scoring her a Golden Guitar New Talent finalist nomination. If that wasn’t enough Say The Word, her duet with Andrew Swift, was KIX Country's #1 song of 2021 and her debut album is due to be released prior to the festival.
“This is going to be one hell of a show; It’s the sisterhood taking on the world and we can’t wait,” Jayne Denham
Not to be outdone, Natalie’s stunning new album White Heat was released to critical acclaim, debuting on the ARIA chart at #2 and celebrated as Apple Music’s Artist of the Month while siblings Nina, Wren and Lulu who are Vixens of Fall are nominated for a People’s Choice Award, were QMusic Awards finalists in 2021 and released no less than three singles last year with their newest release If You Don’t Want My Love out 28th January.