Lucy will delight the guests of Bloomhill’s ‘High Tea for a Blooming Good Cause’ with her musical talents, helping to raise awareness and generate much-needed funds for the Sunshine Coast charity.
The 23-year-old Woombye local is no stranger to the stage, having already performed at several large-scale festivals across Queensland including the Caloundra Music Festival, World Youth Day and more recently, Easterfest 2013.
Having begun her singing career only six years ago, Lucy has already produced two albums including her debut album featuring Cold Chisel’s Ian Moss.
Lucy, who recently lost an Auntie to cancer, said she wanted to use her gift of singing and song writing to help people affected by cancer.
“We all seem to know someone touched by this terrible disease and I hop I can help raise money and bring some joy to people affected by cancer,” Lucy said.
“It’s great that there’s a charity like Bloomhill on the Coast that shares a focus for supporting not only people with cancer, but their families too”.
Bloomhill General Manager, Mervat Thompson said she was thrilled to have Lucy’s support for the event.
“Her talent and optimism is certainly something every cancer charity can do with,” Ms Thompson said.
Join Lucy, WIN Weather Presenter Hannah McEwan and cancer survivor and councillor Jenny McKay at Flaxton Gardens on Sunday 19 May for an afternoon infused with good food, good wine and good company.
Tickets to the High Tea are $40 per person. To purchase, visit www.usc.edu.au and click ‘online payments’ or contact Bloomhill on (07) 5445 5794.
Both of Lucy’s albums will be available for purchase at the event, with $5 from every sale going directly to Bloomhill.