With a combination of lyrical honesty and charming melodies, Brisbane based musician Lizzie Flynn writes songs that blend a little satirical storytelling with a lot of joyful emotion.
She will be on the road in support of her newly released album, You and The Open Sky, a collection of original songs which weave audiences through toe-tapping country to tender ballads with songs of lessons learnt and love lost.
Together with her band, Lizzie Flynn & The Reckoning, the singer-songwriter and guitarist will have the added acoustic sounds of violin, mandolin, banjo and double bass, as well as an array of special musical guests in support slots.
She has been a vocalist and songwriter in for a variety of bands and theatrical productions, and has toured throughout Australia. She recently performed at the 2016 Folk by the Sea (Kiama, NSW), Bellingen Turtle Festival (NSW), Coast Acoustic Music Festival (QLD), Cygnet Folk Festival (Tasmania) and Illawarra Folk Festivals (NSW) with her band, Lizzie Flynn & The Reckoning.
Lizzie has produced several independent albums, including Hush, which received an Arts Queensland Grant, with the title track being called ‘stunning’ by Noel Mengel of The Courier Mail.
‘Her angelic vocals and heartfelt matter leave no dry eye in the house…’ ausmusic.org
YOU AND THE OPEN SKY TOUR
This September, Lizzie will embark on a two month national tour playing at various venues and festivals in towns across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.
She will be on the road in support of her newly released album, You and The Open Sky, a collection of original songs which weave audiences through toe-tapping country to tender ballads with songs of lessons learnt and love lost. 'Prisoner in my own Town', from the album, was shortlisted in the 2016 Vanda and Young Songwriter Awards, alongside songwriters such as Josh Pyke, Tash Sultana and Gretta Ray.
Supports for the upcoming tour include Zumpa, Julie Hayes, Lisa Lazuli, Out Of Abingdon, Rusty & The Saint, Wingsong Choir, The Wayfaring Strangers, Terry Serio, The Shanty Club, Liam Gerner, Heath Skerman, The Royal High Jinx, Salvatore Rossano, Hayley Egan and Kavisha Mazzella.