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Karin Page to perform at music city, Nashville, Tennessee

31 January 2016


On Tuesday, June 7, 2016, Karin Page, the 37 th winner of Star Maker, Australia’s most prestigious country music search, will perform at CMA World GlobaLive! in Nashville, Tennessee, the heart and soul of country music. CMA World GlobaLive! Is considered the gateway concert to the 44 th CMA Festival – June 9 to 12.

Karin has relocated from her home in Western Australia to Byron Bay in NSW to make the most of the year. Her first single as the Star Maker winner will be released mid June along with a music video. She will be the guest of The McClymonts as they embark on their 10 year celebration tour (see dates below) and will appear at numerous coming events and festivals.

This year’s CMA GlobaLive! will be held on an outdoor stage at Hard Rock Café in downtown Nashville. The concert is free and open to the public and will feature performances by country artists from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the UK.

“This event continues to grow along with CMA’s strategic focus on developing markets outside of the United States for Country Music,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “We are pleased to provide an annual platform for these international performers to reach and cultivate domestic fans, as well as garnering attention from the music industry.” Karin’s appearance at CMA World GlobaLive! forms a part of her Star Maker prize and also includes travel to and from Nashville thanks to the generous sponsorship by Chris Watson Travel Partners in Tamworth.

Karin shares the stage with Australian star Troy Cassar-Daley and Caitlyn Shadbolt plus Raquel Cole, Chad Brownlee and Brett Kissell from Canada, Frankie Davies and Pauper Kings from the UK and Kayla Mahon from New Zealand.

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