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Troy Cassar-Daley drops new album Between the Fires and tour dates

Rhiannon Clarke -

Accomplished musician and Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung man, Troy Cassar-Daley, has dedicated more than thirty years to his career, upholding a rich tradition of storytelling.

Over the course of his career, he has consistently received recognition and accolades, including 40 Golden Guitars, five ARIA Awards, three APRA Song of the Year awards, nine Deadlys (Australian Indigenous Artist Awards), and four CMAA Entertainer of the Year awards.

This year he is set to release his highly anticipated 12th studio album, "Between the Fires." This album marks a significant milestone as it will be his first tour since 2019.

As he embarked on a tour across Australia, Mr Cassar-Daley expressed his excitement about hitting the road with his band. He said he cherishes the opportunity to visit not only big cities but also smaller towns during his countrywide tour.

The album holds a lot of memories as Mr Cassar-Daley recorded his latest work at his late mother's house in NSW, which he used to create a powerful collection of songs and stories in a unique setting.

One notable aspect of the "Between the Fires'' tour is Mr Cassar-Daley's commitment to showcasing the next generation of music makers.

Each show will feature talented young artists who will open for him on his journey including special guest Carla Geneve.

Throughout his career, Mr Cassar-Daley has been supported by numerous champions who have played a crucial role in his success.

He deeply appreciates their support and remains grateful for their contributions.

"The experience that I was given in my early years was so important to my touring career, life lessons I still carry with me," he said.

Mr Cassar-Daley's expertise lies in creating stories that beautifully depict the Australian landscape, which has played a significant role in his extraordinary achievements.

His songs serve as a melodic backdrop, capturing the victories, challenges, and festivities of Australians, resonating from quaint villages to vibrant metropolises throughout the country.

With each performance, Mr Cassar-Daley skillfully continues to intertwine his musical masterpiece, forging a deep connection with his listeners through the enduring craft of storytelling.

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