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QUEEN TIDE

Mandy Siegel
Singer, Composer, Educator

Mandy has been delighting audiences with her soulful singing and performing for over 25 years.
She has performed her original music both nationally and internationally,
spending numerous years in jazz, soul, cabaret and funk styles.

Having moved to Merimbula from Melbourne 3 years ago, Mandy is enjoying playing with the myriad of amazing local musicians as well as teaching private and group singing, workshops and keynote speaking.

Di Marshall

Di has been playing drums for over 30 years. She has taught drums and percussion both privately and at various schools in Melbourne.

Di has performed in rock and funk groups as well as entertaining audiences in the comedy scene.
Having moved to Merimbula 3 years ago Di is thrilled to have joined the community, teaching at Lumen Christi Catholic College.

ALL GIRLS

Colleen Spillane Bio

Colleen Spillane studied singing at The Australian Institute of Music and UWS where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Honours). Since moving to Pambula, Colleen has become a successful jazz performer in her own right, singing with musicians at The Merimbula Jazz Festival, Down South Jazz Club and various venues throughout the south coast. Colleen draws audiences in with her rich velvety voice and stunning tone. She moves effortlessly from jazz to pop, blues and gospel.

Cindy Dibley

Cindy is an accomplished pianist who studied at the Conservatorium of Music in Sydney.

She has been a secondary school music teacher for 22 years and is currently teaching music at Lumen Christi Catholic College. Cindy also conducts the school musicals.

She was also involved in the stage performances of “The Sound Of Music” and “Cinderella”, accompanying on piano.

Stacey Mills

Stacey Mills is a vocalist whose versatility has seen her perform in a wide variety of local groups in styles that include: folk, blues, rock, jazz and a cappella.
Her sultry and bluesy tones will lift your spirits and leave you wanting more.

Robyn Martin Bio

Robyn Martin grew up in remote Ceduna (far west coast SA) and started playing music in a family band. To further her skills, Robyn studied music at Southern Cross University, majoring in Composition and Bass. Robyn toured internationally in France, Germany and the UK alongside successful artists The Waifs, Kasey Chambers and Lior.

In the Bega Valley, Robyn is well known and loved for her exquisite voice and prolific bass playing. Robyn was sought by local artists Pete Wild, Heath Cullen and Lucie Thorne to name a few. Robyn has had continued success with her sister Jodi Martin and performed at a number of local and national blues and folk festivals. Robyn is currently teaching music at Eden High School.