A story of hope
A story of hope

A story of hope

Hot off the heels of a European Tour, Felicity Burdett is just starting to make her name heard again in the folk circles after going through a huge lifechange last year when she lost both her daughters aged 8 & 10,and her ex-husband in a car crash just outside of Braidwood,NSW. "If my path can change just one person's outlook to life and help them to realise, to follow their dreams and to appreciate every moment of life," say's Felicity,"Then I'm doing what I am mean't to be doing."

If you are looking for courage,inspiration or just a chance to see raw talent ast it's best, then look no further. Solo artist Felicity Burdett naturally sweeps people away to happy ukelele land,with cleverly crafted melodies and positive,healing messages. She sings so sweet, she'll charm you with her smile and she'll leave you feeling like you have been a part of something special.On stage, she embraces folk guitar with ease too and much to the delight of the crowds, she loves to accompany it with her harmonica and do the Bob Dylan thing.

Felicity Burdett has been composing and playing music since the age of eight.Her singing style has been likened to Missy Higgins,Sarah Blasko,Casey Chambers and Norah Jones.She has played major festivals around Australia including Splendor In the Grass,The Woodford Folk festival and The East Coast Blues Festival.She has a list of achievements under her belt which includes, Album Of The Year at the North Coast Entertainment Awards. Also one of her songs (Free your Mind), was used in a national television advertising campaign for Tetley green tea,which she co-produced with Phil Ceberano down in Melbourne.

Felicity currently resides on the coast of Australia in a beachy town called Broulee.Where as a surfer, she draws her inspiration from her love of the ocean and the natural landscapes that surround her.

You can find out more of her story and listen to her music at www.felicityburdett.com.

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