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Olive leaves the Kimberley to star with Hugh

hugh jackmanGospel singer, Olive Knight has swapped the dusty plains of the Kimberley for the bright lights of Broadway after being invited to perform in Hugh Jackman's one-man show.

Olive Knight, from the Wangkatjungka community, is part of the Nomad Two Worlds group, which sings several songs in Jackman's Back on Broadway show. The show opened in New York recently.

Her husband, Warren Knight, said Olive had...

 

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