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Gympie's Dennis Sisters move on up to Tamworth

BIG CHANCE: The Dennis Sisters, Briannah (left) and Tiana, performing at Tamworth’s West Diggers Club.
BIG CHANCE: The Dennis Sisters, Briannah (left) and Tiana, performing at Tamworth’s West Diggers Club. Contributed

GYMPIE'S The Dennis Sisters, Briannah (left) and Tiana, moved through to the final of the Aristocrat's talent competition, to be held on Saturday night at Tamworth's West Diggers Club at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and Golden Guitar awards.

All acts from the Australian Institute of Country Music (AICM) Rock'skool program have made a successful start to a week of performing with gigs at Tamworth's Courthouse Hotel, Southgate Inn and "The Pub".

The young performers will spend the week playing multiple gigs at various venues each day as well as entering talent quests throughout the week.

"The AICM's annual trip to Tamworth provides an excellent insight of these young musician into one aspect of the music industry," their Gympie manager David Wight said yesterday.

Gympie Times

Topics:  australian institute of country music, golden guitars, tamworth country music festival



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