All about me

I am an Aboriginal singer/songwriter who has a deep passion for Country Music. At the tender age of six, I began my illustrious career and performed for the first time at the Camden Valley Country Club. 

 My talent as Country Music singer/songwriter has been recognised all over the state resulting in numerous wins at many country music competitions. This includes wins at the NSW Country Music Regional Awards at Forbes, Illabo, South Coast and Bluebell and local winner of the Macarthur Country Music Awards. In 2015, I won the Australia Country Talent Seekers Quest in Parkers and am the youngest person to ever win this competition.

In 2015, I was selected as a promising up and coming singer/songwriter to participate in the Young, Black and Deadly Program. My debut single ‘Promise’ can be purchased from iTunes and streamed on Spotify. 

I have been lucky enough to have had the opportunity to work with Leah Flanagan, Uncle Vic Sims and Luke Peacock and perform at Yabun in 2015 and 2016. In July 2016, I graduated from the Academy of Country Music in Tamworth where I introduced the guitar into my stage performances.

I have been fortunate enough to have had a rewarding musical career to date with career highlights including; singing the Australian National Anthem in language at the American Football College game at ANZ Stadium in front of 50,000 people (August, 2016) and performing the Australian National Anthem in language and English at the opening of the NRL Indigenous Rounds (May, 2017)

Most recently I have been lucky enough to songwrite with Bill Chambers, Troy Kemp and Jeremy Barnes.

My debut album will be released shortly.