DELILAH ROSE

She’s back! Delilah Rose returns to the stage after a wintering that included growing her second child and writing her debut album but this time with a rockin’ all-star female band. Drawing from the 70s country rock she grew up on, she’s swapped the acoustic for a black tele, the hair is BIG, the stories are sassy and songs are delivered by an all-star female lineup!

She’s previously won Best Group at the WA Country Music Awards, nominated for Best Country Act (WAM Awards) and is described as “a great storyteller” by Triple J’s Nkechi Anele. She has played Miri Country Music Festival (Malaysia), supported Troy Cassar-Daley in Darwin, NT plus played Boyup Brook Country Music Festival, Fringe World Festival, York Festival and Nannup Music Festival.

Garnering significant national community radio play for her second EP Good Grief!, Delilah Rose sounds like “good honest Sunday afternoon alt twang with a sprinkle of rock n roll” (Jane Hebiton, RTRfm) and a side of flares and big hair. “Vital to the cultural tapestry of WA.” Tonks, Voice of the Avon 101.3fm

DELILAH ROSE

She’s back! Delilah Rose returns to the stage after a wintering that included growing her second child and writing her debut album but this time with a rockin’ all-star female band. Drawing from the 70s country rock she grew up on, she’s swapped the acoustic for a black tele, the hair is BIG, the stories are sassy and songs are delivered by an all-star female lineup!

She’s previously won Best Group at the WA Country Music Awards, nominated for Best Country Act (WAM Awards) and is described as “a great storyteller” by Triple J’s Nkechi Anele. She has played Miri Country Music Festival (Malaysia), supported Troy Cassar-Daley in Darwin, NT plus played Boyup Brook Country Music Festival, Fringe World Festival, York Festival and Nannup Music Festival.

Garnering significant national community radio play for her second EP Good Grief!, Delilah Rose sounds like “good honest Sunday afternoon alt twang with a sprinkle of rock n roll” (Jane Hebiton, RTRfm) and a side of flares and big hair. “Vital to the cultural tapestry of WA.” Tonks, Voice of the Avon 101.3fm