Adam HARVEY (2003)

1974 – Born on December 21 in Geelong, Victoria.

Adam Harvey got his start musically learning country classics on the guitar as a small boy. His first gig came at the age of ten, and by his school years he was performing rock covers at a club when he was discovered and went off on tour as support for Tania Kernaghan.

1994 – Recorded his first album “Sugar Town”.

1996 – Recorded second album “Second Time Around”.

1997 – Toured Australia with US artist Don Williams, then headed to perform at the “Hodag Festival” in America.

1998 – Vocal Collaboration with Tanya Self with “Drive Away”.

1999 – Recorded a duet with Brian Cadd “Rockin’ the Country”.

2001 – Golden Guitar for Vocal Collaboration (with Darren Coggan, Felicity Urquhart and Beccy Cole) with “Do I Ever Cross Your Mind”. Invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

Male Vocalist award at the Victorian Country Music Awards.

2002 – Golden Guitars for Male Vocalist of the Year with “Shake of a Hand” and Album of the Year with “Working Overtime”.

2005 – Golden Guitar for Male Vocalist of the Year with “That’s What You Call a Friend”.

2008 – Golden Guitar for Album of the Year with “I’m Doing Alright”. People’s Choice Awards – Best Male Vocal.

2009 - He sang the Australian national anthem before the Australia vs New Zealand rugby league test match. He made ARIA Charts history with the country album Both Sides Now debuting inside the top 20 on the ARIA Top 100 Albums Chart. The album also debuted at No. 1 on the Top 20 Australian Artists Country Chart. Harvey's duets album features some of Australia's finest talents

2011 – Golden Guitar for Album of the Year with “Falling into Place”.

2013 – Released the “Great Country Songbook” with Troy Cassar-Daley and toured with him.

2014 – Released “Family Life”