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Jade Holland

For country artist Jade Holland, her second album has been two years coming. During this time Jade has moved from Townsville to Newcastle to pursue her country music career. Sharpening her song writing and performance skills she has delivered the goods here on second album Dream Wild. Taking charge to release the vibrant, sexy, soul-bearing artist within, Jade’s flight is now complete and the outcome is bright.

Containing 10 transfixing tracks and co-produced by Phil Barton and Brad Winters in Nashville, Dream Wild is the album Jade has always wanted to make and is clearly built to fit between some of the best modern country releases. The songs are finely shaped and are infused with her own unique sound.  “I feel like I’ve completely uncovered myself,” Jade says, “I’m a stronger singer and I’m an improved songwriter. I’m a changed artist, and I’ve never felt this good about my music before.”

Littered with a strong theme of strong confident independent young woman realising her worth, Jade wanted the album to be in your face with real substance and thoughts that are blunt and to the point. Jade says, “the album has a new sound that is true to me as an artist.”

Grooving, different, and expressing emotions, it’s easy to hear what Jade means. Dream Wild shines a torch on her talent – from her snappish, alluring vocals to her strong ear for a great song. The album is 100 percent “Jade Holland,” and echoes the growth and hard work in the past two years.

Dream Wild was produced by Nashville based producer and song-writer Australian Phil Barton. Jade say’s “working with Phil and Brad was an absolute dream come true! I was so lucky to be able to walk into the studio and just know that everything I was hearing and feeling during the recording process they both automatically knew and we were on the same wave length for the entire thing!”

Phil Barton also co-wrote the explosive first single ‘Drive Thru’, with Jade, Sinead Burgess and Bruce Wallace. Jade says, I wrote this song in Nashville with Phil Barton, Sinead Burgess and Bruce Wallace. I had come up with a chorus when I was upset and running up Castle Hill after a breakup with the guy I had been seeing for over a year. I had felt like I had been this guy’s muse for quite some time and the line ‘this ain’t no drive thru’ just came to me so naturally as it was so relevant. This song was my letting go and acknowledgment song. I think it’s a song that many will relate to.

JADE HOLLAND HIGHLIGHTS

2014 Jade performed in Afghanistan for the Aust, defense forces.

2015 performed In Jerusalem on Anzac Day, then toured Israel for 9 days culminating in a performance at The United nations head office in Jerusalem.

2016 while driving Home after her performance at Tamworth country Music Fest. She received a call advising her song “leather &Les Paul had debuted at no 25 on the Aust. Country Music Airplay Charts. The song peaked at no 12.

Nov 2016 Jade & band embarked on a 10 Tour of China as Ambassador of her home town of Townsville, which included a feature slot on the “Foshan Autumn Fest. to crowd of over 800 000 people & broadcast to over 7 million viewers throughout the region.

2018 Jade has released her second Album, containing 10 transfixing tracks and co-produced by Phil Barton and Brad Winters in Nashville, Dream Wild is the album Jade has always wanted to make and is clearly built to fit between some of the best modern country releases. The songs are finely shaped and are infused with her own unique sound.  She is currently touring Nationally, The Length & breath Of Aust, including regional shows In Mt ISA, Winton, Karratha, Broome scheduled, in support of the Album & working & touring with an array of Feature Iconic artists, Like Uncanny X men , GANGgajang in Feature Australian venues & events