Anybody who caught Packed to the Rafters this month, East of Everything or the Bondi Rescue series’ will already be familiar with Sara’s music, which combines the emotional honesty and storytelling of country music with the unadorned melodies and musicality of Australian roots and folk.
“I love Mothers Day” said Sara. “It’s such a deep, intense and kind of comical gig being a Mum. There is true joy in watching and guiding your children through all their stages. It’s the toughest and most beautiful job of all. Mothers’ Day at The Byron at Byron is a real treat. To eat delicious food in a relaxed setting, glass of bubbly in hand, listing to live music is a lovely way to honour the hard and often undervalued work Mums do”.
Of Sara’s most recent album Time, The Australian’s Iain Shedden said “A beautifully stripped-down affair, with subtle instrumentation leaving the intoxicating, melancholy tone of the songwriter to shine through. That voice sits somewhere between Lucinda Wiliams brighter moods, and the sweeter, fragile beauty of Natalie Merchant.”
Sara has performed at major festivals including Blues Fest, Splendour in the Grass, Gympie Muster and Tamworth.
Mothers’ Day lunch with Sara Tindley in The Byron at Byron’s stunning rainforest restaurant.
12.30pm Sunday 13th May.
$65 per person including entree and main course from Head Chef Gavin Hughes, a flower for mum on arrival and a glass of sparkling wine.
Children (up to 12 years) may dine from the childrens’ menu.
Bookings are essential, please contact 6639 2111 or email@example.com