Former Kalkarindji teacher and today's 21-Golden Guitar Guitar winner Sara Storer will perform in Katherine next month.
Sara will also be returning to Kalkarindji for their Freedom Day Festival on Friday, August 23.
The country music star has a huge following in the Northern Territory and is on the road as part of her Raindance Tour.
Sara will be performing at Tom Curtain's Katherine Outback Experience during her tour on Saturday, August 24.
Tom also has a couple of Golden Guitars on the mantelpiece.
Sara will finish her NT visit with a performance at the PINT Club in Darwin on August 25.
"It takes me a couple of years to write a new album," she said.
"It's a bit of a waiting game because stories come by chance or at times a want about an issue or situation that I feel has a good message.
"The exciting part is when you get to sing them for the first time. Whether it's the early stages of sharing them with family, management, your producer or record label or when it's complete and the song is heard by an audience. You then get a sense of whether it has done its job. The more songs that weigh in, the heavier the album."
Born in the Mallee in country Victoria, Sara has studied in Melbourne, wrote her first song in western Queensland, worked as a teacher in the NT and now lives on a rural property outside of Albury, NSW with her husband Dave and their four sons.
The land, family and an innate and empathetic understanding of what it is to live in Australia are themes that run strongly through the songs on Raindance, the title track in particular continuing a tradition of songs about rain that feature on many of her albums.
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