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NEWS

Latest release

Released July 2021

Delaine released a childhood favourite this year. 'Let Me Be There' was written by John Roskill and made famous by Olivia Newton John in 1973.

Delaine brings her own style to this classic country song. Produced by Glenn Langford, Delaine said she is proud of the song and delighted that people are loving it.

The song has charted at #3 in Tasmanian Top40 Country Chart and at #21 on the Top40 European Country Music Chart.

One Girl Band - 25 Years

Released May 2020

Delaine did not let the lockdowns of 2020 prevent her from releasing a remastered copy of her first album.

The double album contains remastered award winning songs, previously unreleased tracks and a bonus CD called 'The 1995 Sessions'.

Fans are delighted to hear these tunes.

'One Girl Band', 'How Can He Love You' and 'Forever and a Day' charted in the Top40 in Europe, USA, Australia and Tasmania. 

Delaine became one of Top 3 female artists played on community radio in Australia in 2020.

moon blues wins

Music Video takes home 13 awards

Delaine released 'Moon Blues' in 2015 on her 'Runaway' Album. The music video was filmed in 2016 and submitted to film festivals around the world. Amazingly it won Best Song in Los Angeles, New York and at The Top Shorts Film Awards. It won an award of Merit at IndieFest, Best Director in Paris, Best Blues Music Video in the USA, Semi-finalist in Los Angeles at two film festivals, Official selection in Berlin, Silver Medal and honorable mention at the Global Music Awards.

Delaine's other music videos 'Long Gone' and 'Live For Today'  have also gone on to receive an impressive selection of awards from around the world.