Multi-award winning folkster Kaurna Cronin is an internationally acclaimed songwriter and an emotive and honest storyteller. Intertwining meaningful songs with a rich musical tapestry of folk, country, rock and contemporary sounds sewn together with grand imagery and tales of yesteryear.

“Experience grows strong in the heart of the wondering traveller, as distant roads create life’s tantalising memories and moments that are transfixed into the solidity of song and melody.”

No passage is truer than in the presence of Australian singer songwriter Kaurna Cronin – with grand story-telling, folk jams and a lyrical sincerity beyond his years, Cronin’s unique folk blend and moving performances have been capturing audiences throughout Europe and Australia, establishing this young singer songwriter as an emerging international sensation.

Having notched up over 250+ national and international shows throughout 17/18, with highlights including Australia’s National Folk Festival, Woodford Folk Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival and Germany’s Breminale along with many more, the next 12 months will see Cronin come into his own.

With the attention garnered from Cronin’s four studio albums, 2018 will see Cronin further strengthen his touring show throughout Australia and Europe, cementing this young talents position at the height of Australian folk music.

Recently awarded the 2017 ‘Roots Album Of The Year’ at ARBA Awards plus the 2015 Folk Alliance Youth Award, along with the prestigious APRA-AMCOS Emily Burrows Award and Best Acoustic Act at the Fowlers Live Music Awards. This wandering storyteller is on the cusp of a new breed of Australian DIY folk artists, reimagining and redeveloping the way music is shared, written and enjoyed across the globe.

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