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Carter & Carter's Barn Concert with special guests Darren Coggan and Tim Farren
Sunday, December 10th, 2017
Book Now 0416 075 638 Carter & Carter's Last Barn Concert of 2017 is being held on Sun 10th of December at 2pm at their Kinglake Farm with two very special guests Golden Guitar Winner Darren Coggan & Multi-Award Winner Tim Farren There will also be homemade treats to sample and a chance to meet and feed the farm animals all on Merelyn & David's Hilltop Farm Property in Kinglake Tickets are strictly limited and bookings are essential Book yours now by calling 0416 075 638 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Adults - $60 * U15 - $30 * U4/Free For more information on the guest artists please read on below DARREN COGGAN Darren’s professional career kicked off in 1995 when he won the inaugural Trans-Tasman Entertainer Of The Year on Norfolk Island. He then went on to take out the prestigious Toyota Star Maker Quest in 1996, charting a course as a successful recording artist within the Australian Country Music Industry. In January 2001 Darren was awarded his first Golden Guitar at the Toyota Country Music Awards of Australia. In recognition of his outstanding achievements, Darren was awarded the Centenary Medal – “For Services to Australian Society” in 2003. This same year, he released his second album, Balancing Act, for which he was awarded Australian Independent Male Vocalist of the Year. 2008 saw Darren release his fourth album, War Stories, a moving salute to the ANZACS for which he was awarded his second Golden Guitar. Darren has been equally as comfortable in musicals and on screen having toured Australia extensively playing roles including Richie Cunningham in Happy Days the Arena Mega Musical 1999, Teen Angel and Vince Fontaine in Grease – The Mega Musical 2001-2002, Col Joye in Shout – the musical of the Wild One 2003, understudied John Farnham as Teen Angel in Grease – The Arena Spectacular 2005 and the lead role of Dad in the world premiere production of John Williamson’s musical Quambatook, 2008. Darren’s on screen credits include hosting Foxtel’s Out & About – The Great Aussie Pub Tour, the award winning Channel 7 drama All Saints2001/2004/2005 and currently as a presenter on Sydney Weekender for Network 7. Darren kicked off 2010 by performing to a sold-out concert hall at The Sydney Opera House in his highly acclaimed production Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story. Peace Train continued to inspire, playing to standing ovations and critical acclaim as it lapped the country throughout 2012, 2013 & 2014, playing every major theatre in Australia. 2015 saw a very special Valentine’s Day performance at the State Theatre in Sydney and his first foray ‘across the ditch’ playing the Auckland Town Hall, New Zealand. In May 2015, Darren continued his close association with The Sydney Opera House as he presented ‘Country Kids’ for the highly successful Babies Proms series for Christine Dunstan Productions. In 2016 Darren was awarded ‘Male Artist Of The Year’ at the Australian Celtic Music Awards and has most recently released his long awaited new album ‘The Wide Horizon’. TIM FARREN What makes Tim Farren stand out from the new wave of talent in Australian country music is the way he captures a live audience and leaves a lasting impression with a song. It’s a magic quality that audiences remember and keep coming back for. Tim has worked at all aspects of his craft over recent years, after attending the 2006 CMAA Australian College of Country Music, and achieved a 2006 and 2007, Toyota Star Maker grand finalist position. Tim and his band were awarded the 2007 – 2008 and more recently, the 2011 – 2012 and 2013 – 2014 Most Popular Band award at the Country Music Guild of Australasia. Tim was also awarded Most Popular Vocalist Award in 2009, 2012 and 2013 by the CMGA. These successes have only inspired Tim to work even harder and he is now collaborating with some of the country’s best songwriters to find some fresh new songs as he works towards his new album.