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Kylie Adam​s-Col​lie​r

Songwrit​er

With influences of bluegrass, folk and traditional old school country, Kylie's original songs of love, forgiveness, grief and small-town memories are delivered in a unique yet warmly familiar sentiment.

A storyteller that delivers with honesty and truth, her latest album 'Light as a Feather' pays tribute to late mother and hometown of Bellingen where her creativity began.


Kylie's latest album 'Light as a Feather' has taken a new musical direction from her previous albums.

Going back to her Bellingen roots in northern NSW, she has drawn on her childhood and mother's love of music for inspiration.

Described as a painter of words and with influences of bluegrass, folk and traditional old school country, her songs of love, forgiveness, grief and small town memories are delivered in a unique yet warmly familiar sentiment.


Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Michael Carpenter at Love HZ Studios, Sydney.

Michael Carpenter- acoustic & electric guitars, dobro guitar, mandolin, double bass, piano, organ

& drums.

Luke Moller- fiddle.

Zane Banks-banjo & mandolin.

Kylie Adams-Collier-vocals & backing vocals.

Album photography by Michael Carpenter.

Album artwork by Kylie Adams-Collier.



All songs written by Kylie Adams-Collier in 2020/2021 and registered with the Australian Performing Rights Association and ARIA.

True Love co-written with lyrics by Lola Patricia Brinton.

The Willow Weeps for me co-written with lyrics written by John Seers.

Released through this webstore, Spotify, Apple Music and iTunes.


Kylie has recorded six albums throughout her career including two Snow Leopards albums on Waterfront Records and four solo albums: 'Bellingen Says Goodnight' produced by Brendan Gallagher, 'Sweet Dreams 'til Morning' produced by Gary Brown, 'Little Stone' produced by Lindsay Waddington on Kross Kut Records and her most recent album 'Light as a Feather' produced by Michael Carpenter.


Career highlights include singing live at the wireless on JJJfm with the Snow Leopards, recording a jingle for ABC radio 's 'This Sporting Life' with Roy & HG, performing at the Capitol Theatre during the Tamworth Country Music Festival, the 75th Montevideo Maru Anniversary Service at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra and Rabaul -Papua New Guinea, meeting the president of Ireland Dr Michael Higgins, the first Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea Sir Michael Somare and first and foremost travelling Australia and making friends while performing at regional festivals.

Light as a Feather album reviews.


Kylie and I have been friends for a while now – so much so that we are known as Thelma and Louise. (With a happier ending). I knew instinctively that this would be a great album. With the addition of my April brother, Michael Carpenter at the helm, it is a polished, instrumentally enhanced album with Kylie’s eclectic mixed of Bluegrass, Mountain Music, Folk Music, Celtic Music, Bush Ballads, Traditional Country and a bit of a rwist, nothing is beyond her reach.

An amazing band, wonderful producer and a bunch of original songs that have heart and a sense of adventure about them, with all of the ups and downs that she has been through the last few years – as we all have been through, this is a very balanced sense of joy and heartache.

Kylie always delivers, but this is something a little bit extra special. Even in the sad songs, there is hope, and in the happy songs, there is something to make you smile.

Kylie’s songs always have a sense of family and home. She paints a picture of the simple things, the memories and moments that we, of a certain age, can all relate to.

This woman has a way of capturing the past but also a way of looking ahead. I am not really sure that there is another singer/songwriter like Kylie in Australia, though she is very Australian. She is a certain type, positive but honest, looking at things as they are, as they were, as they always will be.

There are songs here that you will almost sing like a psalm. 

There are others that you will want to tap your toes to or sing a long to.

This album flows easily.

Kaz Johnson

Totally Biased Fan Review

Cowgirl Up






Hello gorgeousness! Finally got to listen to your beautiful CD during our 14hr drive yesterday through till 6am this morning! You are so sweet and gentle and graciously appreciate all the forgotten blessings in life through softly spoken unassuming lyrics… like a sweet strong crocheted doyly… that our grandmothers would have made to place under a vase of carefully cut fresh flowers. A magnificent contrast to my “ take no prisoners” approach to life’s awkward topics! You are a stunning example to the human race Kylie. I am mortified that you have not yet been fully acknowledged for your version of Australiana literature…. Kylie Collier Adams… I present to you this gorgeouslygold embossed guitar, straight from my heart! 

❤️ Wanita Australia’s Queen of Honkytonk.