|Giles Smith, a graduate from the Sydney Conservatorium
of Music, has played and toured with Dragon, John Williamson,
Lee Kernaghan, Rick Price, The Drifters, Little Patty, June Bronhill,
Doug Parkinson, Normie Rowe, Ricky May, Phil & Tom Emmanuel,
Blood Sweat & Tears, The Commodores and Seaman Dan as well
as 3 ARIA nods. With appearances at Woodford, Port Fairie, Tamworth,
Gympie Muster, Australia Day, Wesley Mission Xmas Pageant Darling
Harbour.Co-producer of "Perfect Pearl", Seaman Dan
winning 1998 ARIA for Best World Music/Indigenous Music.
Far North Queensland born Belinda Butler has recorded in New
Orleans, Canada and Sydney; winner of ABCs fresh air initiative;
her music featured in an award winning film and her self penned
track "Neverland" was recorded by Anne Kirkpatrick
on her Award winning album "Showman's Daughter" Belinda
has performed in showcases in Australia and USA, including
the Tommy Emmanuel Gibson Showcase in Nashville, and the Sorrento
Sydney born Shari Williams is a graduate from the Sydney Vocal
Arts Academy and has performed at the Sydney Opera House and
the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Gympie muster, Yungaburra
Folk festival, and Tanks Art Centre Centre Cairns.She has supported
Jenny Morris, Dragon,James Blundell, Adam Brand,Vika and Linda
Bull, Catherine Britt, and a guest appearance with Doug Parkinson.
She is also the winner of the APRA sponsored Qmusic award for
best song 2008 with national and international airplay of her
solo album and a video clip on National television.
Rachel Bradley is a graduate from the Victorian college of
performing Arts and owner of Silver Star Entertainment. She
has been the stage director of the world renowned Dracula's
theatre restaurant as well as director of the "Magic,
Music, Makeup" troupe currently touring Indigenous communities.
3 unique women from different genres coming together in one
A little wit, sass and glorious harmonies.
"SunBird are a World Class, International Act"....
Tony Hillier, National Music Journalist (The Australian)
"Wonderful Harmonies" Sheree Scott, Cairns Post