Thelma Plum

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Thelma Plum
Thelma Plum (June, 2016).jpg
June, 2016
Background information
Genres Folk[1]
Instruments Vocals, Guitar
Labels Footstomp

Thelma Plum is an Indigenous Australian singer/songwriter from Delungra, New South Wales.[2] Now based in Melbourne, she is a graduate of the Music Industry College in Brisbane.[3] She released her debut EP, Rosie, in March 2013[4] and followed it up with a second, Monster, in 2014.[5][6]

Plum won Triple J's National Indigenous Music Awards competition in 2012[2] and nominated for a Deadly in Most Promising New Talent in Music and for a Unearthed J Award.[7] She has toured around Australia[5] and has been on rotation nationally on Triple J.[4][8][9]

Discography[edit]

Singles
  • Father Said (2012)
  • How Much Does Your Love Cost? (2014)
EP's
  • Rosie (2013) - Footstomp[10]
  • Monsters (2014) - Footstomp[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thelma Plum:On a Roll", The Weekly Review Eastern, 14 February 2013 
  2. ^ a b Shedden, Iain (27 July 2012), "Singer wants her indigenous culture to shine", The Australian 
  3. ^ "Six of best in rosy debut", Gold Coast Sun - Central, 17 July 2013 
  4. ^ a b "Music Plum Sound", The Cairns Post, 30 May 2013 
  5. ^ a b Fedele, Robert (16 June 2014), "Unearthed and on the road to stardom", The Age 
  6. ^ NOEL MENGEL (25 September 2012). "Teen singer Thelma Plum in tune with her culture at the Deadlys". The Courier-Mail. Retrieved 4 October 2016. 
  7. ^ "Landing a Plum Role", Hobart Mercury, 2 May 2013 
  8. ^ MEL EVANS (15 November 2014). "Singer Thelma Plum loving life on the road during her national tour". The Daily Telegraph (Sydney). Retrieved 4 October 2016. 
  9. ^ Robert Fedele (13 June 2014). "Singer-songwriter Thelma Plum branches out". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 4 October 2016. 
  10. ^ McBride, Paul (4 April 2013), "Spinning Around", MX (Brisbane) 
  11. ^ Justine McNamara (19 August 2014). "Thelma Plum Monsters EP". Music Feeds. Retrieved 4 October 2016. 

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