Lior became a household name in 2005 with his groundbreaking debut album – ‘Autumn Flow’. Independently recorded and released, the album is a truly successful independent album and a strong debut for the singer.

Following the success of his debut album, Lior earned nominations: three ARIA nominations including ‘Best Male Artist’, as well as a nomination for Triple J’s Australian Album of the Year.

He has established a successful career as a singer songwriter. To date, Lior has released five albums, has won two ARIA awards, and has gone on tour both in Australia and abroad.

To commemorate the release of his album, Between You and Me, Lior will perform his debut shows in Germany as well as returning to the Netherlands, before embarking on a nationwide Australian tour. He’ll be singing songs from his newest album as well as old fan favourites.

Aside from having a successful singing career, Lior is also a prolific songwriter and composer. Some of his notable works include the critically acclaimed orchestral song cycle ‘Compassion’ with Nigel Westlake, which won an ARIA award. Lior also won an APRA award for ‘Best Song Composed for the Screen’ for his song ‘Hey Hootabelle’ which he composed for the ABC Kids show ‘Giggle and Hoot’. He has also scored ‘The Wider Earth’ for which he won a Matilda Award for ‘Best Original Theatre Score’.

Don’t miss Lior – Between You and Me at The J Noosa on November 16. Our Noosa Holiday Apartments are just a few minutes away from The J Noosa.

We have one bedroom apartments that are perfect for couples or corporate guests. Our one bedroom apartment features air conditioning in the living room, ceiling fans, Austar, and flat screen television sets in the living area and the master bedroom.

Suitable for four guests, our two bedroom holiday apartments features an ensuite off the main bedroom and additional bathroom to service the second bedroom. The private balcony boasts of gorgeous views.

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