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Abbie Cardwell

Abbie Cardwell was born to be on the road.
A young Australian girl raised in Singapore and England, gypsy blood would carry her back across the far corners of her native country, before countless musical odysseys through the wild deserts of Mexico and back.
Daughter to a revered ‘60s country music icon, granddaughter of ‘Gypsy,’ a cherished local songstress, Cardwell is a master acoustic roots and alt-country performer: Australia’s ‘Belle of Roots-Americana-Twang.’ 
Marrying resplendent vocals with guitar, banjo, ukulele and harp, Cardwell is joined on occasion by a backing band – in Australia, the ‘Texicans’, in Mexico city, the ‘Twin Tones’ – adding hints of Spaghetti Western and vintage Mariachi rock to an otherwise sultry solo repertoire.
Touring Australia in an old van named ‘Lady Luck,’ Abbie’s stage show carries us to another place in another time: one of wanderlust, longing, dusking horizons on a lone desert highway across 1950s southwest America, the Tijuana state line and beyond.