Tamworth Teenager Freddie Bailey Selected For Keith Urban's Top 6 On The Voice Australia
Hailing from Australia’s Country Music Capital - Tamworth – 17 year old Freddie Bailey - has been playing guitar since he was 9, found his feet busking during the annual Tamworth Country Music Festival and has been playing live shows since he was just 14.
Just weeks ago, Freddie performed Keith Urban's "Wild Hearts" for his Blind Audition on The Voice - turning two judges' chairs - Jessica Mauboy's and Keith's. No surprise, Freddie chose to be part of Team Keith and the man himself jumped up on stage with Freddie for a jam which has already been streamed over a million times on social media. Last night Freddie was selected to be part of Keith's Top 6.
Freddie is a two-time graduate of the prestigious CMAA Junior Academy of Country Music having completed both the Singer-Songwriter and Instrumental courses. He has also opened shows for major country acts including ARIA Award winner, Fanny Lumsden and Golden Guitar Award winners Andrew Swift, Amber Lawrence and the iconic, The Bushwackers and performed to over five thousand music fans on the Toyota Main Stage as a finalist for the TCMF 2019 Busking Championships.
Freddie's new single, “Run”, was co-written and produced by fellow artist and highly sought musician and producer, Liam Kennedy-Clark. “Run”, showcases not only Freddie’s impressive talent as a writer and vocalist but also his extraordinary guitar skills. Move over Keith Urban!
Freddie Bailey is an exciting young artist who looks set to take on Country Music head on and deliver it in his own unique way.
“Run” by Freddie Bailey is out now.
Link Tree: ffm.to/runsingle