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Felicity URQUHART (2001)

Felicity Urquhart

1976 – Born on the 4th of May in Tamworth.

1987 – At age 11 Felicity started busking during the Tamworth Festival.

1992 – Released her first debut self-titled album on Hadley Records.

1995 – Her second album “Follow Me” released on Radio Friendly Music.

1996 - Mo Awards –Country Female Performer.

1998 – Mo Awards – The Jim Bean Country Female Performer. ACE Award for Country Female Performer.

1999 - ACE Award for Country Female Performer.

2000 - ACE Award for Country Female Performer.

2001 - Golden Guitar winner for Vocal Collaboration (with Darren Coggan, Beccy Cole and Adam Harvey) with Do I Ever Cross Your Mind”. Inducted into the Hands of Fame. Government of Australia Centenary medal “For service to Australian Society through country music”.

2002 – Travelled to Nashville.

2004 - APRA/AMCOS Australian Independent Female Vocalist of the Year with “Turn Out the Light”.

2005 - People’s Choice Award for Best Female Vocal. With Glen Hannah won Victorian & National Country Music Awards – Best Country Duo of the Year with “Dear Someone”. Australian Country Music Listener's (ACML) People's Choice Awards – Best Female Vocalist with “Turn Out the Light”. CMAA Australian CM Achiever Awards Winner – Independent Entertainer of the Year

2006 - APRA/AMCOS Australian Independent Country Music Single of the. CMAA Australian Country Music Achiever Awards – Independent Entertainer of the Year. Musicoz Awards – Best Country Artist.  With Glen Hannah Australian Songwriters' Association – Country Songwriter of the Year “The Flood”.

2007 – Golden Guitar for Video Clip of the Year with “Big Black Cloud”. APRA/AMCOS Australian Independent Country Music Single of the Year with “Big Black Cloud”. People’s Choice Award for Best Female Vocal. CMAA Australian Country Music Achiever Awards – Independent Entertainer of the Year.

2008 - CMAA Country Music Awards – Video Clip of the Year with “Big Black Cloud”. CMAA Australian CM Achiever Awards Winner – Independent Entertainer of the Year.

2009 - CMAA Country Music Awards – Female Vocalist of the Year with “Roller Coaster”

2013 – Golden Guitar for Vocal Collaboration of the Year with Tamara Stewart and Sara Storer for “Women In Song”.