Music Northern Territory
SETTLE DOWN SISTERS
Caiti Baker, Serina Pech, Stevie Jean & Phoebe WearBuy Tickets
Caiti Baker, Serina Pech, Stevie Jean – three Top End favourites. Add to that stellar line-up newcomer Phoebe Wear and you have the Settle Down Sisters!
These electric artists come together on the Sunset Stage to perform original songs in a combination of solo sets and collaborations alongside stunning Darwin artists Rachel Rachel and DJ Emily Rose. Expect soulful harmonies and raw, powerful performances.
Darwin’s leading genre-defying label Settle Down Records is home to some of the Northern Territory’s most prolific female artists. This showcase of four of their top names will be an eclectic mix of sounds and styles. Don’t settle down – get hyped for a girls night out to remember!
Caiti Baker has been singing since she can remember and loves nothing more than creating and performing. She moves just as easily through the R&B, hip-hop and pop world as she does in the world of blues and country. Her recently released concept album Mary of the North is a love letter to the people and environment of her hometown.
Serina Pech is a raw and honest lyricist from Katherine, a singer songwriter who wraps her songs into a bubble of gorgeous quirkiness. Her recent EP Politics is a mixture of old and new tracks that strike a personal chord.
A fiery industry favourite, Stevie Jean’s captivating presence as a performer has earned her acclaim on festival stages around the country. Last year she was one of most played artists on Triple J Unearthed radio and we know she has a few surprises of fans in 2020.
Phoebe Wear’s journey is only just beginning but her butter-toned vocals and silky harmonies, showcased on the new pop R&B post-break up song ‘Think Twice’, have won her fans across the Top End and beyond.
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