Kylie's albums available now through this webstore & CD Baby.
Kylie's fourth single"I Can't Help it if I'm Still in Love With You"
released internationally soon through Hillcrest Music.
2017 Finalist in the Tamworth Songwriting Association Salute Awards for Gospel Song of The Year: "Waiting For Heaven to Rain."
2017 Semi-Finalist in the Tamworth Songwriters Association Salute Awards for Gospel Song of the Year:
"Waiting For Heaven to Rain & Sweet Dreams 'til Morning."
Good Morning Country Album of the week for "Sweet Dreams 'til Morning."
OZCMR feature album for "Sweet Dreams til Morning."
2 singles in the OZCMR charts with "Goodbye Dear Tamworth" & "Waiting For Heaven to Rain."
#9 on the Official Tasmanian top 30 chart with "Waiting For Heaven to Rain."
2015 Tamworth Capital Country Music Association
songwriting finalist for "Pacific Highway."
National & International airplay
Three singles in the Australian Country Tracks Top 40 with
"Goodbye Dear Tamworth"
"Waiting For Heaven to Rain"
"Sweet Dreams til Morning."
#2 single on the Australian Country Tracks Top 40 with "Waiting For Heaven to Rain."
2015 & 2016 2rrrfm My Kinda Country & AAA music linx most popular songwriter
Musicbox4friends Top 200
country music charts Belgium
2016 John P Toomey Songwriting Award finalist
for "Goodbye Dear Tamworth."
"This is a enjoyable album by Kylie who has written seven of the 12 songs she recorded. Justin Standley joins Kylie on Waiting For Heaven to Rain , making it a standout song. Goodbye Dear Tamworth is a story of being in Tamworth for the Festival that she seemed to really enjoy.
Both the title song and When Loved Ones Are Near are great tracks and shows that she can write good songs. Produced and recorded by Sydney's Gary Brown, who is well known for his traditional style of music. "
Lorriane Pfitzner review. The Balladeers Bulliten VOL 18 January 2017.
"This little pocket dynamo made us all exhausted just watching her energy and vitality on stage at Hats Off. With signature red flower in her hair, pure country voice and a mixture of folk and country flavour through her songs and stories, you can’t help but feel for the songs that she sings and rejoice in her simple candour.
I can’t help it if I’m still in love with you – Hank Williams – Every fair dinkum country music singer does a Hank song somewhere in their career, or at the very least, they know one. A good choice, one of my favourites.
When loved ones are near – Kylie Adams-Collier – Kylie is not just a bundle of energy, she seems to me to be a little spiritual, probably the Bellingen coming out in her. This song says it all, really.
Crying Time – Buck Owens – Probably one of the most sung country songs ever, and one of the most respected songwriters in Buck Owens. Most folks that love country music can sing along to this one. The guitar work in this song usually sound like they are on the verge of crying too.
I wanna live on a farm: Kylie Adams-Collier – Don’t we all? A pure country voice singing a pure country song.
Don’t Fence Me In: Cole Porter/Robert Fletcher – An oldie but a goodie. I am sure when Cole Porter wrote songs he never thought that one of the most enduring would be a country song but most people know this one, even today. It is a good one for around the campfire.
Sweet dreams ‘til morning – Kylie Adams-Collier – The title song and one full of imagery. A touch of the Judith Durham on here.
Careless Love: Spencer Williams and Martha E Koenig – A lot of people have sung this, most memorably for me, Lena Horne and Fats Domino! So many different kinds of artists and it is a beauty.
Dream a Little Dream of Me: – Wilbur Schwandt and Fabian Andre – One of my fave singers of all time, Mama Cass made this her own. If there ever was a version to compete with it, it is this one. Wonderful job, Kylie.
Come on and dance with me – Kylie Adams-Collier – This will go down well in old village halls and anywhere where they want to dance old time style. I can’t dance to save myself, but I was tempted to do a twirl in my living room.
Waiting for heaven to rain – Kylie Adams-Collier – The first strains of this song sounded like we were being transported to Mexico. I looked over my shoulder to check and see if there was a guy in a sombrero. Justin Standley features on this song and does a great job.
Goodbye Dear Tamworth – Kylie Adams-Collier – People always have me at the title if they put Tamworth in it, being an old Tamworth native. Then if they throw in all of the familiar sights and sounds – including the sign mentioned in the song, they can’t go wrong.
Goodnight dear dad goodnight – Kylie Adams-Collier – This album is dedicated to Kylie’s Dad, so it is not a surprise when she does a song salute to him. Lovely song and a great way to wind things up.
The beauty of country music is that it is full of so many different styles. Kylie touches on a few on this album but basically it is country music in its most pure and simple form.
The musicians on this album enrich its simple beauty. Bob Howe, Allan Tomkins, Tomi Graso and Andrew Clermont to name a few. Produced by Gary Brown and mastered by one of my favourites, Herm Kovak, it is a nostalgic, peaceful, tender tribute."
Kaz Johnson's Totally Biased Fan Review July 12th 2016
"From the moment the CD started I was blissfully transported back to my grandparent's verandah for a family singalong. Kylie has created an album that exudes warmth and sincerity.
From The Covers of classics such as Hank William's I Can't Help it If I'm Still in Love With You and Don't Fence Me in by Cole Porter to her originals, Kylie successfully maintains the homely, comfortable sounds of yesteryear.
The Pedal Steel playing of Tomi Graso and the sensitive guitar playing of Bob Howe, deserve a mention as they bring so much to the stylistic success of the CD.
For her original track, Waiting For Heaven to Rain, Kylie teams up with Justin Standley.
Kylie and Justin's voices blend very nicely together which helps emphasize the song's sense of longing.
Overall , Sweet Dreams 'til Morning is an enjoyable album and to be honest, it was a shame to return from my nostalgic trip to real life when the CD finished."
Reviewed by Peter Christie. Country Music Capital News. April 2016.
"Hi Kylie, I had to tell you this; I listened to your album . It is unique and you have a little something in your voice that lends itself to a distinct sound for the old songs that you have chosen. All up a lovely album that I will really enjoy playing."