Two decades ago acclaimed Australian singer Kasey Chambers released her ground-breaking debut album that launched her into the music world.
Now 20 years on, the 43-year-old is celebrating the pivotal record that still remains a cornerstone of her country music career.
The multi-award winning artist has recently gathered her old band together for a “special” 20th anniversary tour of her first album The Captain, including a one-night-only concert scheduled for Geelong this weekend.
Chambers and her original band will perform hits such as Cry Like A Baby and These Pines along with a selection of other favourites spanning the past 20 years that made her a household name.
The Captain shot Chambers to international attention, peaking at number 49 on the US Billboard Charts and landing a track in an episode of The Sopranos.
It also went double-platinum in Australia and handed Chambers her first ever ARIA Award.
Chambers has since recorded 11 more albums, each one cementing her place on the global country artist stage and earning her an array of awards.
Last year Chambers became the youngest female ever to be inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame, reinforcing her place as one of Australia’s most accomplished performers.
Support act Charlie Collins will join Chambers on stage when the anniversary concert lands at Geelong’s Costa Hall, 1 Gheringhap St, Geelong, tomorrow night.