19-year-old Juliet Oliver is a singer/songwriter from the wine region of McLaren Vale, South Australia. Inspired by the great women of country such as Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton and Taylor Swift, since her first performance in October 2013, Juliet has developed a unique country/pop sound, and along with it achieved a vast number of awards and recognition for her musical abilities.
During the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Juliet can be found performing regularly at a variety of events and venues including Country Music Clubs, Festivals, Markets, Pubs, Wineries and Community Events. She was recently the opening act for Ben Ransom, Amber Joy Poulton and Amber Lawrence, as well as a guest artist in The Bushwackers Crazy Beach Party - a popular Tamworth favourite among festival goers. Juliet was also an artist in the celebrated stage production by Mario Maiolo Promotions, Country Gold at Adelaide's prestigious Her Majesty's Theatre.
Amber Joy Poulton, a prevalent South Australian singer/songwriter passed on her recommendation for Juliet as an up and coming artist, expressing that “It's clear to me it's a dream of yours to be part of this thriving county music industry. It's obvious by the way you have committed yourself to not only your singing technique, … but also your stage presence and rapport with the audience.”
Having co-written alongside the likes of Allan Caswell and Matt Scullion, and having been mentored by some of the industry’s most significant names including Roger Corbett, Lyn Bowtell, Lachlan Bryan, Carter and Carter, Catherine Britt and Kevin Bennett, Juliet continues to write, record and perform her own songs, as she strives towards establishing a successful career as an original artist, as well as becoming “a force [within] the Australian country music industry” (Amber Joy Poulton).
AWARDS + ACHIEVEMENTS
Trans Tasman Entertainer of the Year Finalist, Norfolk Island 2017
Aristocrat Entertainer of The Year, Tamworth 2017 - Senior, 2nd Place
Juliet Oliver Music 0404 801 969 email@example.com
A pdf of her 2017 bio is here
Details of her Tamworth 2007 experience are here