We have two tickets to Sue Ray & Robbie Miller, part of BEMAC’s 2017 series, to give away.

To enter, email editorial@queenslandmagazines.com.au with ‘SUE RAY & ROBBIE MILLER’ as the subject, and your name and address as the text.

Prizes will be drawn Monday, 3 July.

Taking place on Friday, 7 July, BEMAC’s World Music Café will feature emerging contemporary Indigenous singer-songwriters Sue Ray and Robbie Miller.

Having spent the past 12 years intricately developing his vocal prowess, Robbie Miller is proving to be a promising and exciting new force on the Australian music scene. Hailed as an insightful and “heartfelt” lyricist (The Music), Robbie launched onto the scene in 2013 as Triple J Unearthed’s National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) winner with his song “Don’t Go Walking Away”.

The track gained immediate attention at Triple J, and earned Robbie a place on a national tour alongside The Paper Kites.

Sue Ray is a multi-award-winning singer/songwriter from Toowoomba who captivates audiences with her haunting and emotionally charged lyrics. With her smoky, molasses-rich voice, deep, dark, and gorgeously emotive, Sue Ray was coining the Americana genre fifteen years ago when she first stepped onto the stage.