New Zealand born Singer/Songwriter Vanessa Delaine was born with a voice that leaves audiences breathless. She is at home telling stories and singing clever lyrics and loves to connect with her audience. Her songs encompass an original blend of Country, Blues and Roots and she gracefully moves through styles/genres. Whether solo or duo is captivating and leaves audiences wanting more.
Delaine won Best Female Performer at The American Tracks Awards, was a finalist for Female Vocalist of the Year at Gold Media Medallion Awards and has charting success in USA, Europe and for Australia. Her music videos have been awarded close to 20 awards at international film festivals.
Fourth album ‘One Girl Band 25 Years’ (released 2020) placed in five prestigious song-writing awards including; NZ Gold Guitars Song-writing Awards and Tamworth Songwriters Association Awards.
2020 saw 'One Girl Band' infiltrate the Top10 on the Top40 Country Charts in USA, Europe, Australia and Tasmania. Followed by 'How Can He Love You' with success in the Top10 in Australia and USA and Top40 in Europe and Tasmania. 'Forever and A Day' was in the Top10 in Australia and Top20 in Tasmania.
Delaine was the only female artist to chart 5 singles in the Australian Top40 Country Songs Chart and the third most played female artist across community radio stations throughout the year in 2020.
While recording her fifth album in 2021 (to be released 2022) Delaine released 'Let Me Be There' a childhood favorite which charted at #3 on the Tasmanian Top40 Country Chart and #23 on The Overall Tasmanian Country Chart for 2021. Multiple Lockdowns over the passed two years have given Delaine an opportunity to focus on songwriting, co-writing, livestreams, video production, creating exclusive content for her fan group and producing and co-hosting 'Aussie Country' Radio Show and 'The Country and Blues Show - Summer Sessions' Radio Show on 2REM 107.3FM, Albury NSW.
These days she calls Wodonga VIC home having shifted across the ditch in her teens. She has performed her original music at Music Festivals around Australia, toured extensively and been performing on both sides of the Tasman since childhood.