VIDEO - Lydia Fairhall acoustic performance - WOW Global 24
28 June 2020 - Lydia Fairhall performed acoustic versions of Somebody's Daughter and Hi Lady Dry as part of WOW Global 24
With the overarching theme of “Women and Girls in a Time of Crisis”, WOW Global 24 analysed the issues, explored solutions, spotlighted what is already being done, and heard from women, girls and people of all genders who are working towards a better, post Covid-19 world.
Enjoy these workshops from the Australian and Pacific content broadcast as part of WOW Global 24.
“This week in our lunchtime Conversation Series, we chatted with singer-songwriter, storyteller and cover star of Dumbo Feather Issue 60, Lydia Fairhall about who’s really in the driver’s seat: body or spirit?”
After spending the last few years producing music and a 2015 EP under the moniker “Tigerlily”, the formidable Lydia Fairhall is stepping into the light with her new outfit The She Oaks with the upcoming release of their debut album “True North”.
“Somebody’s Daughter” the first single from the album shows an incredible breadth of expertise and is a fine example of an artist comfortable in their skin...
PODCAST - Radio 2RDJ-FM's Neil Lithgow Interview with Lydia Fairhall
23 June 2020 - Radio 2RDJ A Local Voice For Sydney's Inner West
Lydia Fairhall is a woman of many talents! She speaks with us about her new single "Somebody's Daughter", as well as the creative process behind it, her new business model for how to release an album, and "disruption as the great awakener".
Lydia Fairhall (Worimi/British/Punjabi/Swiss) is a festival curator, theatre and film producer, freelance writer and singer/songwriter with over twenty years of experience across remote and urban communities
“Lydia’s vocal work is smooth like melted chocolate, incredibly inviting, and not at all overpowering. All of it is aided by a wonderfully mixed band and vocals. The Black She Oaks themselves played with vigour and expertise that helped carry Fairhall’s words with strong spiritual and personal undertones. Their guitars drenched perfectly in a tight reverb that gave the set an earthy, dream-like atmosphere.”