Aboriginal musician

Dewayne Everettsmith

Origin
Cape Barren Island (Tasmania) and Victoria, Australia
Genre/styles
Folk
About

Dewayne Everettsmith’s great-great-great grandmother, Fanny Cochrane Smith, was the singer of the first and only recorded Tasmanian Aboriginal language [1].

Discography

Introducing Dewayne Everettsmith

Released
2011-01
Tracks
  1. Milaythina
  2. I Surrender All
Notes

This is Dewayne Everettsmith’s first EP album, and contains the first commercially released song sung entirely in palawa kani (Tasmanian Aboriginal language).


It’s Like Love (Single)

Released
2014-03-14
Tracks
  1. It's Like Love

Surrender

Released
2014-03-14
Tracks
  1. Caught On Your Lips
  2. I've Got No
  3. Surrender
  4. It's Like Love
  5. O.v.e.r.d.u.e
  6. Jewellery Box
  7. Shelta
  8. Melaythina
  9. Remember
  10. Whisper
  11. Caught On Your Lips Waltz
  12. Sad Songs (Say So Much)
Notes

Includes digital booklet.


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Footnotes

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1. ^ “Song with rich linkto the past lures future visitors”, SMH 16/6/2012

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