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Freshly crowned the ‘Best Female Vocal’ at the 2023 Australian Country Music People’s Choice Awards, Courtney Keil has hit the ground running since. Her debut album ‘The Good Kind’, released in February of this year, debuted as the #1 Australian album on the iTunes Country Australia chart which included four of her #1 iTunes country singles. It is a collection of songs written during 2020 - 2022 that have cheerful, feel-good vibes, a mix of love and heartbreak with some superb classic sounds of 90’s country music. The album is packed with brilliantly talented musicians and has been produced once again by award winning producer and multi-instrumentalist Rod McCormack, the Music Cellar. 


The past 12 months have been packed, performing with notable artists including Gina Jeffreys, Tania Kernaghan, Karise Eden, Max Jackson, Andrew Swift and The Whitlams. Courtney Keil continues to shine as June Carter in the ‘Johnny Cash - The Concert’ tour alongside Daniel Thompson with performances around Australia and on ‘Cruisin Country’ aboard the Royal Caribbean Ovation of the Seas.


With performances on Channel 7 ‘Good Friday Appeal’ and Kids Day Out 2023 Courtney is no stranger to this arena as previously seen on 7 Network / Fox Sports 2021 Supercars Championship live from Bathurst performing the National Anthem and likewise at the 2022 NBL Grand Final Re-Match Channel aired 10 Play / Foxtel. 

Courtney Keil brings us superb vocal depth, passion and authenticity in each of her releases and continues to collaborate with eminent Nashville songsmiths including Sally Barris (Trisha Yearwood /  Keith Urban), Sam Gay (Deric Ruttan / Little Texas) and Templeton Thompson (Reba McEntire / Jo Dee Messina) to build her collection of standout pieces that speak of endurance, sentiment and courage.

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