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Find Troy Cassar Daley’s Guitar… At Vinnies!

November 1, 2023 11:28 pm in by

If you walk into a Vinnies somewhere in Queensland and spot Troy Cassar-Daley’s trusted acoustic guitar, don’t panic: the Aussie country music star has partnered with Vinnies QLD for a very cool initiative.

Partnering with Vinnies for Finderfest 2023 – a treasure hunt where you can find your favourite celebrity’s items for sale, Cassar-Daley is sure to bring joy and anticipation to fans across the state. You’re in with a chance to find his guitar from Thursday, 9 November, until Saturday, 11 November.

“I've partnered up with Vinnies QLD for Finderfest 2023 - a celebrity item treasure hunt where you can find pre-loved items from some of your favourite Aussie sporting, music and fashion icons,” Cassar-Daley wrote on Facebook yesterday (1 November). “Vinnies has always had a special place in my heart, that’s why I am so excited and privileged to donate an acoustic guitar that I have hand-painted”.

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He continued, “From Thursday 9 November to Saturday 11 November, stop by your local Vinnies QLD store for a chance to find my guitar and other surprises!”

Happy treasure hunting to Troy Cassar-Daley fans in Queensland!

Troy Cassar-Daley performed at Groundwater Country Music Festival in August, appearing on the same day as Morgan Evans, Adam Brand, Gina Jeffreys and many more.

In December 2022, Cassar-Daley joined an extensive list of Indigenous performers who took part in the live broadcast from Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park at the foot of Uluru itself to celebrate National Indigenous Television (NITV)’s tenth anniversary.

“Being at the launch of NITV ten years ago was very special for me,” Cassar-Daley said in a press release. “However, being a part of their 10th anniversary out at Uluru again will be amazing.”

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He continued, “My late mum was always watching NITV when I’d visit her down home. We agreed that the channel was a lifeline to our culture, a constant reminder of who we are and how we are all so similar. It’s also an open door to learning for all Australians.”

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