Singer Bernard Fanning Settles In at Byron
SINGER-SONGWRITER Bernard Fanning has joined other Australian celebrities in moving to Byron, giving him more to think about recently than this week’s release of his third solo album “Civil Dusk”.
The frontman of former rock band Powderfinger and his wife Andrea Moreno have also been settling into their new $2,465,000 Byron Bay home.
The two-storey house with separate living areas, a wraparound verandah and four bedrooms is privately set adjoining the Arakwal National Park with a bush track to Dolphins Beach.
The Brisbane-born Fanning and Moreno returned to Australia a year ago after living in Spain in recent years, and Fanning has been recording alongside former Powderfinger producer Nick DiDia at their custom-built La Cueva Studio in Byron since September.