Belle is a woman for all seasons, whether mesmerising audiences performing her own songs on guitar and lead vocals or as the perfect foil as a bassist and backing singer for others. That versatility and willingness to serve the music is what has made her into one of Western Australia’s most respected roots music players. Over the last decade, the 2016 WAM Best Country Act Nominee has performed across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and in the UK and performed at festivals including Tamworth Country Music Festival (NSW), Bungendore (NSW), Nannup Music Festival (WA), and Wignalls Blues Festival (WA). Belle’s own songs are always deeply imbued with her infectious personality, whether that is on stage or in the recording studio. The spirit of the performance sits high in the mix as she sings about affairs of the heart and the mind with a voice that fits the folk and country world perfectly. There’s just the right amount of ache and yearning to give the songs a sense of honesty, pathos and verve. In September 2015, Belle released her heartache-soaked single “Lonesome”, followed (in June 2016) by WAM nominated Best Country Song for 2016-2017 “Bridges Burn” and recently in March 2017, with video clip in tow, “Drive” a precursor to her upcoming debut solo album. The new record was produced by one of the greats of Australian country music, Bill Chambers and features, among others, Brendan Gaspari, her right hand, left hand(ed) man, collaborator and co-writer. The new album promises to be a major stepping stone in Belle’s musical life as she continues to advance her songwriting and enjoy the rich experiences of life on the road – with her solo and band shows and as an integral member of The Little Lord Street Band and Ruby Boots’ live band. Belle Harvey is due to release her album, “Something of Myself” September 2017 and will tour nationally in support of her release.