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Kylie Adams-Collier

 Kylie Adams-Collier 

 
 
"The first rule of writing is to write about what you know. 
Kylie certainly does that with her songwriting,with every song clearly a piece of her heart and mind."
Kaz Johnson.
Entertainment blogger.

"Congratulations on being yourself."
Dobe Newton.
The Bushwakers.

" We're proud of what you're doing."
Dianne Lindsay and Peter Simpson.

"You have earned your stripes Kylie."
Wendy Gordon.
Clarence Valley Country Muster.

Thankyou for your contribution to our Musical memories afternoon.You were wonderful. Is there a classification of country comedy?
If not you could invent it! Great voice. Let that Kylie out!
Georgina Frogley.
The Don Dorrigo and Guy Fawkes Historical Society vice president.

 

    Kylie won the prestigeous Kross Kut Records Country Music Award at the 2020 Tamworth Country Music Festival. 

She was presented with the award by producer Lindsay Waddington at the Capitol Theatre.

 

Kylie started recording her new single "Camel Up Earlston Said" in March.  


Hugh Curtis lay down the bass, rhythm guitar, mandolin and fiddle tracks with Lindsay Waddington adding drums, tremelo and lead guitar on Tuesday 10th March. On Wednesday 11th march Kylie recorded her main vocals. Michele Rose will be  adding a dobro track using John Minson's legendary dobro guitar.


"Camel Up Earlston Said" sees Kylie's songwriting develop even further as she beautifully describes a day out in the Barossa Valley.

Her colourful modern bush ballad will be be on hold for release due to the coronavirus.


The Country Music Journo Publicist Rebecca Gracie will be working with Kylie in delivering her single release.