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Leah Flanagan – "September Song"



About Leah Flanagan:
Since the release of her 2010 acclaimed album Nirvana Nights – a tribute to a small, defiantly seedy bar in Darwin – Leah has been going from strength to strength. She’s been winning the hearts of audiences at festivals and selling out venues across the country with her honesty, charm and musical prowess.

In fact, it was Leah’s versatile musicality which lead to her being involved with the show deemed as 2010’s “collaboration of the year,” the Melbourne International Arts Festival’s Seven Songs to Leave Behind. This production saw her work with internationally famed and acclaimed heavyweights like Sinead O’Connor, Meshell Ndegeocello, Ricki Lee Jones and John Cale.

Most recently, her uke-fused tropical stylings caught the attention of Jimmy Buffett. He invited Leah to support him on his Australian tour this past January.

Perhaps it’s her intrinsic blend of Indigenous Australian, Irish and Italian descent that sets her apart from many other singer/songwriters, but one thing is definite: her beautiful voice and distinctive take on folk, soul and country has made her a favourite on the major festival circuit.

Leah Flanagan


As hometown Darwin locals will attest, this darling of the tropical north has been playing original songs to passionate acclaim since she could swing a tune.

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