Australian country music star Amber Lawrence couldn’t perform on stage for two years due to Covid restrictions.
But she is now determined to make up for lost time, with the 44-year-old ARIA Award nominee recently scoring a regular gig performing on cruise ships.
‘Every weekend of this year I have done shows in closed environments. The protocols are more than you could hope,’ she told The Daily Telegraph.
Australian country music star Amber Lawrence (pictured) couldn’t perform on stage for two years due to Covid restrictions and is now determined to make up for lost time
‘We are always in crowds as musicians now, and we want the crowds back and that’s the risk we take,’ she added.
Amber said she loved performing on cruise ships because it had a unique vibe compared to other music concerts.
‘It’s magic. It’s seven days of music fans and pure music lovers … If you’ve been to Tamworth Music Festival that’s what is happening here but on a cruise ship.’
The 44-year-old ARIA Award nominee has scored a regular gig performing on cruise ships and is thrilled to be getting back to doing what she does best
While Amber may not have been able to perform to packed crowds during Covid that didn’t stop her from reaching out to fans.
The country music star broadcast a live concert straight from a picnic bench at Grant Reserve in Coogee, NSW in 2020.
She was set up with an acoustic guitar, computer and a microphone as she belted out tunes for fans watching at home.
‘Every weekend of this year I have done shows in closed environments. The protocols are more than you could hope,’ she said
The Sydney-born singer looked delighted with the outcome and appeared to be genuinely enjoying the performance on what was a sunny Sydney day.
Amber and her husband Martin Newman, whom she met on Tinder in 2016, wed in a stunning ceremony in Port Douglas, in tropical far north Queensland, in May 2018.
The couple are proud parents to four-year-old son Ike.
Amber said it was a ‘magic’ moment when her music touched fans
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk