Christie Lamb has been described as ‘the full package’, a vibrant multi-instrumental and award winning singer songwriter. Adding to her ever-growing mantle of awards, Christie was voted ‘CMC Female Artist of the Year 2018’ by Australian Country Music Fans.
The talented songstress has been the recipient of a Golden Guitar for ‘CMAA New Talent of the Year 2016’ and was also voted ‘CMC New Oz Artist of the Year 2015’ again by Country Music Fans.
Christie recently released her eagerly awaited third studio album ‘Broken Lines’ through ABC/Universal Music, which debuted at #1 on the iTunes Country Album Chart and topped the Aria Charts at #1 on the Country Album Chart.
The first single release from ‘Broken Lines’ was the fun and fresh single ‘Hot Hot Kiss’, which debuted at #1 on the iTunes Country Charts. The remix also debuted at #1 on the iTunes Dance Charts, making Christie the first Australian Artist to have #1 hits on both iTunes charts. Christie now has 13 top 5 radio releases to her name.
Touring relentlessly with her own dates across Australia and New Zealand, Christie is no stranger to being on the road. She has been a part of National tours with Lee Kernaghan for four years, opening the show and playing piano and mandolin as part of his band along with The Wolfe Brothers.
Earlier tours have included two years with Aussie Rock legend Jon English as the lead female vocalist and musician on ‘The Rock Revolution’ tour, ‘The Girls of Country’ tour with Amber Lawrence and Aleyce Simmonds, plus ‘This Crazy Life’ tour with The Wolfe Brothers, playing many sold out shows and expanding her ever growing fan base.
Constantly impressing at live performances, Christie has become quite the regular face on the festival scene. She has subsequently been booked on many of Australia’s Premier Country Festivals and events including CMC Rocks, The Big Red Bash, Deni Ute Muster, Gympie Music Festival, Groundwater Country Music Festival, Urban Country Music Festival, Mud Bulls and Music Festival, Cruising Country, Sydney Country Music Festival, Way Out West Festival Winton, Hometown Festival, Barooga Country Music Festival, Country in the Vines, Penrith Truck Show and Norfolk Island Festival to name a few.
Christie’s performance at The Deni Ute Muster caught the eye of Keith Urban, who invited her back on stage to perform a duet with him in front of thousands of Country Music fans.
'I reckon Christie Lamb is the one to watch. She is a star”. Lee Kernaghan