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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Folk :: Rayella - What Am I doing Wrong

Rayella - What Am I doing Wrong

Rayella - What Am I doing Wrong
Hidden away in one of the most remote locations in Australia, in the Marlinja Community, NT, is RAYELLA. They are an Indigenous father and daughter music duo, Raymond and Eleanor Dixon who sing in English and Mudburra.

Despite their isolation from mainstream Australia, Rayella come from a long line of musical history. Raymond Dixon was a guitarist with the Kulimindini Band who released three successful albums throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s. Ray’s daughter and lead singer, Eleanor Dixon, was raised during this era and as a result of a rich musical upbringing has been singing for most of her life.

Eleanor has assumed an important role as a strong Indigenous female leader sharing her messages and stories to empower other females of all ages to feel confident and proud to step-up and chase whatever their dreams and goals in life may be.

Rayella’s list of achievements in the short time they have been performing together is testament to their ability to enthral, engage and delight audiences. Their lyrics, all written around the campfire in Marlinja, have taken them from their local stage in Tennant Creek performing to family and friends to capturing the attention of Brian Ritchie (Violent Femmes).

About this track...

Eleanor wrote this song to empower other Indigenous females, particularly to encourage young mothers. The songs reminds them to keep strong despite the negativity that can come from people in community and beyond. Eleanor wrote this song from experience and wanted to share it to help other women.

Other tracks by Rayella: Warlu Ka  -  Goodbye Song
Number Of People In Act 2 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In NT
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Marlinja
Taken From The Release Titled Rayella + Opera Australia Chamber Orchestra
Copyright Holder's Name Barkly Regional Arts
Media Servicing Date 2017-03-06
Main Genre Folk
Genre 2 Classical
Genre 3 Country
Genre 4 World
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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Tour Start Month 2017-03-19
Content Provider Amrap Unsigned