Nation singer whose Australian Platinum and Platinum albums are the Fire and Somebody’s Child. She received Tamworth Nation Music Awards for a number of tunes, including “Two Celebrities Fell” and “Dancin’ with Elvis.” She released her debut recording, The Fire, in 1994. Her second recording, Up Close, adopted two years later on. Between 1995 and 2007, four of her nation albums had been nominated for Australian Documenting Market Association (ARIA) honours. She was raised in Queensland, Australia. She elevated one young child with her spouse Pole McCormack. She and Troy Cassar-Daley both experienced acclaimed professions as Australian nation music singers.
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