Australian country music legend Kasey Chambers rocks the Kimberley

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Kasey Chambers in Wyndham.
Camera IconKasey Chambers in Wyndham. Credit: Facebook

Australian country music legend Kasey Chambers captivated audiences in Kununurra and Wyndham last week as she embarked on a tour of the picturesque Kimberley region.

Coming from recent shows in the Northern Territory, the veteran of the Australian music scene was joined by fellow country musicians Young Guns, Matty Evans, and the Whiskey ‘N’ Saddles Outlaws at the Munumburra festival held at the Wyndham Picture Garden on July 13.

The Kimberley shows were part of a series of special, intimate acoustic performances by Chambers, exclusively visiting a handful of regional towns.

Audiences were treated to a memorable night of Chambers’ chart-topping hits and her quintessential humorous storytelling.

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Reflecting on her time in the Kimberley, Chambers expressed her excitement about the trip and said it was a fantastic way to experience the region.

“What a beautiful time spent in Wyndham (and) Kununurra (in) WA this week,” she said.

“(I) became the Munumburra baby whisperer, joined the local band Rode Worx for a night, (and) parked our van at my cousin’s property and cleaned them out of toilet paper.

“(I) played a fantastic free community event and had met so many of the beautiful locals. I have so much love for this area (and) can’t wait to come back again. Next stop, Fitzroy Crossing.”

Chambers is set to grace the stage in Fitzroy Crossing as part of the highly anticipated 2023 Yajilarra Festival on July 15.

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