Belonging to the Sunshine Coast, singer/songwriter Sahara Beck divulged plans for a national headline run this May, following the release of her new album, Panacea, on 22 April.

The album, built upon a week long session at 301 Byron Bay studios, just days before it closed it’s doors for good, displays the simple formula of songs delivered with genuine passion and connected by honesty and identity.

Working alongside the experienced collaborator and engineer Jeff Lovejoy, Sahara and her band had the recording experience that many artists can only dream of.

As well as her national tour, Sahara Beck is scheduled to play twice at Gold Coasts famous ‘Bluesfest’. At the end of her headline tour she will also play at Queenslands Big Pineapple Festival, on 28 May.

Sahara Becks album tour is set to begin on the 12 May in Collingwood, 13 May in Belgrave, 14 May in Melbourne, 19 May in Sydney, 20 May in Wollongong, 21 May in Lambton, 22 May in Sydney, 27 May in Brisbane and 10 June in Ipswich.

Millicent Marryat is 21 years old and a fourth year Communications student at Griffith University, Gold Coast. She moved to the Coast from Adelaide six years ago and since then has gained a desire to travel. Aside from travels around Japan and Australia, she has cruised the Whitsundays, North of Queensland, and the Pacific Islands. Her most cherished travel destination thus far was two weeks travelling around Japan. Milli looks forward to the chance to explore the Greek Islands, relax in Fiji, ski in Canada, attend Coachella in California and experience Arizona’s Grand Canyon.

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