Most will know Sarah as the front woman for The Superjesus i.e. the award-winning Aussie rock band; I have always loved their sound esp Sarah’s vocals. So I was rapt when I found out she was the opening act on the RSO (Richie Sambora & Orianthi) Australian tour – Sept 2016. It was a pleasure watching Sarah perform at each of the four Aussie shows (I should point out here that I am a die-hard Bon Jovi/Sambora fan) especially considering some of the support bands I've had to sit through over the years… but Sarah was pure entertainment both with her music & candid banter with the audience. Special mention must be made of her rock-dog Chachi… it was instantly clear it wasn’t her stage debut when she joined Sarah at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre. With just her guitar & vocals Sarah was the perfect choice to warm up the crowd before the Aussie premiere of RSO. The track that I remember the most from these shows is the instantly catchy & sweet ‘Scouts Honour’ – months later, it’s still stuck in my head! I now own the “96% Love Songbook” EP, (which features the track) - hit up Sarah’s site for more details HERE & watch the official clip HERE  

So to whoever selected Sarah (& Chachi) for this gig… thank you! 

Find Sarah: 

Sarah & Chachi on stage at 
Sydney's Enmore Theatre, Sept 29th 2016 
Netflix! I have only recently joined but already discovered so many TV shows I had no idea existed… some of my favs include Bloodline, Stranger Things, Broadchurch, Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment 23, The Principal, The Moodys, Touch, The Ranch, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Jane The Virgin (I will blog more about this one soon!), The Fear Of 13 and of course Making Of A Murderer! The latter started it all off… I had heard about Steven Avery and this crazy real-life documentary from friends, the news, social media and I had to watch it! Wow… it didn’t disappoint, can’t wait for Season Two and I truly hope Steven and his nephew Brendan find justice and soon!

Am loving that you view at your own pace, as slow or as fast as that is but it’s entirely on your terms. You can watch an entire season in one weekend or even one day! Thinking back to the 1980s, I would never have dreamt that would one day be possible… back then you had to view your fav show at the day & time it aired and if you missed it, you missed, too bad! Gotta love technology!