Indie folk session for Tallarook

By Seymour Telegraph

THE NEW owners of the Tallarook Hotel have brought back the much loved Sunday Sessions.

All are welcome to come and enjoy live music in a family friendly environment.

The entertainment is scheduled from 1pm to 4pm, to accommodate people of all ages including families with children.

The recent upgrades to the hotel and beer garden provide a relaxed atmosphere for anyone who comes to enjoy lunch, a few drinks and a game of giant Jenga.

This Sunday, the hotel is very happy to welcome Beechworth singer/songwriter Liv Cartledge.

Ms Cartledge grew up in a musical family playing pub gigs with her father and she regularly plays a guitar hand made by her uncle.

In December 2015, she won the Telstra Road to Discovery competition. As a result, she then travelled to Canada to record four out of five tracks from her debut EP Timber in Nova Scotia.

Ms Cartledge then travelled on to Nashville, Tennessee where she recorded the title track Timber and played at the famous Bluebird Cafe as part of the Americana Music Festival.

According to triple j unearthed, ‘‘Indie folk goddess Liv Cartledge brings us her new up-tempo single Heard Your Name brandishing her trademark raspy voice and storytelling prowess.’’

‘‘Love the voice, those guitar melodies and the sense of intimacy... A beautiful tune,’’ triple J’s Dom Alessio said.

Following selling-out her EP launch in Melbourne in 2017, Ms Cartledge continues to play gigs around the state and the country and is still a regular at her beloved home town of Beechworth.

For those wishing to have lunch at the Tallarook Hotel, please call 57921 743 to make a reservation.

Ms Cartledge’s triple j unearthed profile can be found at