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Tasmanian Songstress, Ange Boxall, embodies the spirit of the modern Americana star, with a 1970s singer-songwriter heart.
She has lived and toured, written, and recorded in the UK, Europe, the USA, and Australia.

'She's 1 part English Rose, 1 part Tasmanian Devil, and 1 part gin-soaked Southern Belle'.

While traversing the World, Ange has performed with artists like Ron Sexsmith, JD Souther (Eagles/Linda Ronstadt), Bones Hillman (Midnight Oil), Icehouse and Tim Freedman (The Whitlams).
She has showcased at festivals such as SXSW in Austin Texas, Folk Alliance in Memphis Tennessee, the Americana Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee, London Calling, Maverick and Americana Fest in London UK and Popkomm in Germany.

“There IS a Tasmanian sound. It's Ange Boxall. Wow!” - JD Souther (USA)

“Our very fave acoustic singer by a country mile!” - MONA, Museum of Old and New Art (TAS)

Worldwide releases include the albums 'Into the Wind' (Nashville, London, and Australia 2016), ‘Writing Letters’ (Nashville 2011), and ‘Release’ (London 2004).
The forthcoming album, Skipping Stone, is due for release mid-2023.

Festival performances include: - Americana Music Festival, Nashville TN - SxSW, Austin TX - Folk Alliance, Memphis TN - Electric Picnic, Ireland - Maverick Festival, UK - Americana Fest, UK - Frankstock, UK - London Calling, UK - Popkomm, Germany - Brunswick Street Festival, Melbourne VIC - PAVE Festival, Emerald VIC - Dark Mofo’s Winter Feast, Hobart TAS - Falls Festival, Marion Bay TAS - Festivale, Launceston TAS - The Taste of Tasmania, Hobart TAS - Cygnet Folk Festival, Cygnet TAS - Derwent Valley Autumn Festival, New Norfolk TAS - Festival of Voices, Hobart - Festival of Voices Unplugged - supporting Shane Howard and Yirrmal, Dark Mofo - Hobart, Junction Arts - Launceston.

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