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Why Kate Ceberano is no longer ‘just a fart in the dark’

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Australian music icon Kate Ceberano has revealed one of her first live performances since COVID-19 struck will have a very special, sentimental significance.

On Saturday night she’ll perform at Penrith Panthers: the very same venue where her husband first saw her on stage, she told Deborah Knight.

“I looked at him and I was like – you’re that guy! You’re the one!”

 

The ARIA award-winning singer has missed performing as much as losing a limb, she said.

“I was made from Australian live music.

“You get to build a fan base that isn’t virtual. They’re real, and true, and they last with you for years and years.

“Without them, you’re just a fart in the dark!”

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