Songwriting tour

Angela is currently interstate travelling Queensland and New South Wales cowriting with fellow musicians and songwriters including Jeremy Barnes and CMC Australian Male Artist of The Year nominee Troy Kemp, just to name a few.

This songwriting tour, will then follow with a national tour planned this year in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria with some exciting plans for how YOU can have Angela play a concert at your own home. Details will be coming through very, very soon, so jump over to and make sure you subscribe to her mailing list


Cheers to The Girls!

Book this one in your diaries!

Next month, Angela will be heading to Sydney to focus on songwriting and performing alongside Hayley Jensen and Natalie Henry for a “Cheers To The Girls” performance at Rooty Hill RSL.

Rooty Hill RSL and Total Country celebrates the young women of country music with the Cheers to the Girls Sunday Sessions. Each month featuring 3 different but amazing up and coming artists. Sunday April 2nd presents Angela Easson, Natalie Henry and Hayley Jensen. An afternoon of fun, great music and great girls….join us and lets all Cheers to the Girls!

Tamworth 2017 Announcement

The 2017 Tamworth Country Music Festival is happening next month and once again, Angela will be performing at next year’s festival.

So here is next year’s festival performances! Put these dates in your diary to see Angela perform live:

  • Saturday 21/1: 12.30pm-1.10pm  Post Office Hotel + 8pm West Leagues (Gina Timm’s Birthday Bash)
  • Sunday 22/1: 6pm-8pm Tamworth City Bowling Club (TSA All Kinds of Country Concert
  • Tuesday 24/1: 8pm North Tamworth Bowling Club (Girls Night)
  • Thursday 26/1: 2.40pm Peel St Stage + 5pm ABC Stage

“Little Girl Dreams” Video Clip

It’s finally here!! Check out the latest video clip produced by award winning director Duncan Toombs from Filmery.


‘Little Girl Dreams’ is the third single release from singer-songwriter Angela Easson’s debut album “Wanted”. Written from a child’s perspective, the Adelaide-based artist wanted the song to represent creation and imagination, like playing in a child’s world, where everything is seen through rose coloured glasses. Angela wanted to capture the innocence and oblivion from all the bad stuff that can happen in this world, essentially how children should live.

“She’s having little girl dreams, oh little girl dreams of flowers and horses with wings, when she wakes up, things aren’t what they seem, take me back to little girl dreams”, Angela Easson Little Girl Dreams, 2015

Angela’s own little girl dreams started off when she would sing along to the radio complete with plastic microphone. The little voice you hear at the end of the song is her daughter Chloe, both her and son Lachie appear in the soon-to-be-released video clip created by The Filmery.

The 2010 CMAA Country Music Academy graduate began singing at the age of 10 when she fell in love with country music after attending her first country music event in Mount Gambier, SA. Moving to Adelaide in 1997, she has worked with many South Australian musicians, branching into different genres including pop, jazz and blues. Angela is an active member in the community, including the lead vocalist for the Onkaparinga Big Band.

Angela’s natural song-writing abilities were celebrated in 2010 after winning the South Australian APRA Modern Country Song Of The Year and the South Australian APRA Overall Country Song of The Year with her song ‘Forget To Forget You’. The accolades keep coming as Angela is nominated in the “Most Popular Country Artist” category of the 2016 South Australian Music Awards, with the Top 5 finalists being announced in early October.

Recently returning to perform as part of ‘Country Gold’ at Adelaide’s Her Majesty’s Theatre alongside Amber Joy Poulton & Dave Prior, Angela is now gearing up for the Mildura Country Music Festival. And after a whopping 17 shows at the 2016 Tamworth Country Music Festival, she will return in 2017.


New single “Little Girl Dreams”

‘Little Girl Dreams’ is the third single release from singer-songwriter Angela Easson’s debut album “Wanted”.

Request it at your local country music radio station now!
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2016 South Australian Music Awards

Angela Easson has been nominated as “Most Popular Country Artist” in the 2016 South Australian Music Awards.

Angela has had a stellar year with the release of her debut album “Wanted” and her first single release from the album ,”Once Upon A Time”, reaching number #13 on the national Country Tracks Charts.

She has also travelled throughout Australia featuring on some of Australia’s biggest country music stages including Tamworth Country Music Festival and Sydney Country Music Festival, and will head to Mildura in Spetember for the Mildura Independent Country Music Festival.

Voting is now open at so make sure you jump over and vote for Angela!


The top 5 finalist per category will be announced early October.




Request “Bad News” on CMC

My new single “Bad News” has been added to the CMC Australia play list and is available for request.

Produced by the award winning director Duncan Toombs, “Bad News” was filmed at Sydney’s iconic Marble Bar.


Want to see it played on Foxtel’s CMC? Then request it here



Festivals announced for 2016

What a busy year it is going to be!

After performing a whopping 17 shows at Tamworth Country Music Festival, Angela continues to adds a list of festivals to this year’s gig guide including:

  • Swan Reach Country Music Festival
  • Lameroo Country Music Festival
  • Mildura Country Music Festival


Not forgetting COUNTRY GOLD is back! Performing at Her Majesty’s Theatre this 3 hour concert spectacular is hitting the stage on Saturday 27th August and tickets are on sale now.

Don’t forget to subscribe to Angela’s fanmail to ensure you keep up to date with the latest news and gig dates.

New single currently sitting at #14

“Once Upon A Time” the first single from Angela’s new album “WANTED” has jumped 3 spots to be sitting at #14 on the Official Australian Country Tracks Charts!

A huge thank you to Australian radio and everyone who has been requesting the new single. Keep the requests coming!