Dianne LINDSAY (2014)
on December 14th
Her early years were spent
travelling along the roads and tracks of Australia
where her parents (Reg Lindsay and Heather McKean) took their
music to the people in the towns and country areas of
They travelled in cars and caravans, made countless tours
performing in halls and theatres around the country and also
followed the showground circuit for a time. Dianne has inherited
their love of country music, is an entertainer herself and has
become a well-known figure on the Australian country music
While Dianne enjoys all styles
of country music, she is performing traditional country music
with her own personal touch and this, along with her successful
song writing and natural stage presence, has made her a much
sought-after artist. Dianne travels extensively throughout
with her lead guitarist and bass player appearing at many
country music festivals and musters and also runs her own shows.
Dianne is a multi-award winning artist and is a three time
Golden Guitar finalist for Bush Ballad of the Year and also a
Female Vocalist Peoples’ Choice winner 2013,2014 and 2015.
Well known throughout
she was invited to the
to perform at a festival where she was honoured to be inducted
into the ‘Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame’.
Dianne has worked hard to
achieve a high profile in Australia’s
traditional country music and bush ballad scene and is well
recognised for her efforts in promoting traditional country
music including presenting a regular nationwide weekly radio
program which she co-hosts with her husband presenting only
Australian Bush Ballad songs and music.
The Australian Bush Ballad
Show presented by
Dianne Lindsay and
Peter Simpson will soon be
heard on UK
radio. Presenter Paul Hazell, who has been hosting a country
program in Sussex
for approximately 20 years, will play the 100th
Australian Bush Ballad Show as a special feature.
Dianne has accepted a nomination as Co-Patron of the Belrose
Country Music Club.
2014 - Dianne was inducted into
the Hands of Fame in Tamworth.