Catch live tunes by Scott Dalton and Hannah Campbell at TVM this Sunday 9th December. Bring your posse, grab a coffee, stroll the boutique market stalls and then settle in under the trees for some killer live tunes.

8:30am Scott Dalton
11am Hannah Campbell

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TVM | Sunday 9 December 2018 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

Scott Dalton

When Scott Dalton was barely seven, he had abandoned bionicles, swapping Lego for Ludwig. A natural aptitude for the keyboard created a fierce passion for music unfulfilled by just one instrument. By 13, Scott had added guitar to his repertoire of skills, alternating between electric and acoustic. It was in his senior year that Scott realised the potential in his voice, honing his vocals into something of incredible power. Never the underachiever, Scott combined passion, an intrinsic knowledge of the music industry and undeniable talent into launching his singer-songwriter career.

Influenced by a mixture of Matt Corby, John Mayer, Dire Straits and Pink Floyd, Scott's unique sound is one that does not demand attention but entices it. Both intimate and emboldening, Scott's music resonates with his listeners, irrespective of numbers, and is not just a song but an experience.

Hannah Campbell

Hannah Campbell is a warm, discerning, and joyfully vulnerable storyteller, recently moved to the Gold Coast from Melbourne, Victoria. Her style of songwriting echoes of folky roots through stories of failings and hopefullness, desire, emotional vacancy and unspoken truths.

Hannah’s trademark honest humility is the undercurrent of her shows that keeps audiences enthralled.
Her latest single Run Like Wolves received high praise from Triple J’s Roots N’ All presenter Nkechi Anele, who said “Her voice is just one of those old timey voices that could be from any generation.”

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