Geelong born country music singer Adam Harvey has worked as a truckie and a goldminer. Since those days he’s certainly struck gold with a swag of golden guitar awards.
His amazing voice was on display for a wider audience when he took part in Channel 7’s It Takes Two in 2008.
Adam has achieved one of country music’s ultimate dreams by performing at the Grand Ole Opry, yet he’s still a very down to earth person. He even dropped in to his local primary school a couple of months back to sing Christmas carols.
He’s travelled west this week to take part in tomorrow’s Hope from Ashes Toodyay Benefit Concert and he joined me in the studio this morning as part of my programme on 98.5 Sonshine FM. It was a true delight to chat with Adam and thankfully he brought his guitar to perform standout acoustic versions of Stuck in the Middle and King of the Road.
You can listen to the interview by clicking the play button on the audio player at the bottom of this post.
In October last year Adam released an album of duets titled Both Sides Now. It features artists such as Troy Cassar-Daley, Wendy Matthews, Kasey Chambers, Shannon Noll, David Campbell, Leo Sayer, Renee Geyer, Tommy Emmanuel and Guy Sebastian.
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