Australian country singer-songwriter Fanny Lumsden is set to tour her new album later this year.
Following the devastating NSW bushfires and COVID-19 lockdown, the tour has been rescheduled and will kick off at the Manildra Soldiers Memorial Hall on November 5.
Originally hailing from the Snowy Mountains village of Tooma, she will be featuring her new single Fierce which is a salute to the women surrounding her and have come before her.
"Despite that fact it wasn't until 1994 that the law allowed women to state their occupation as a farmer, they were either domestic, helpmates or farmers wives," she said.
"These women are exceptional, capable, and fierce and I am proud to know many of them."
Ms Lumsden recorded her third album fallow in a stone hut which was impacted by the bushfires.
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