2019 WA Country Music Award Winner for Best Group
2019 International Songwriting Comp Semi-Finalist
2018 WAM Award Nominee for the Best Country Act
“Delilah Rose is a great storyteller." Big Moon is "a total bop-a-long tune with so much spunk! Thanks for putting a smile on this lil lady's face." Nkechi Anele, Roots and All, Triple J
“Good honest Sunday afternoon alt twang with a sprinkle of rock n roll. Music to cut up the rug to or just casually lean into the bar and your beverage. Upbeat rhythms, minor chords and lyrics that will tease a smile out of your sceptical heart.” Jane Hebiton; RTRfm Presenter
"Delilah Rose writes fun, catchy little foot stomping numbers that'll make you wiggle your hips!"
Natasha Shanks, The Little Lord Street Band,
2018 WAM Best Country Act, 2018 WAM Song of the Year
"Written during a period of reflection and set to a toe-tapping rhythm. Big Moon is a must-have, tantalising, first look at the forthcoming Good Grief! EP."
Tonks, Voice of the Avon 101.3fm
THIS IS ME
2019 Winner of Best Group at the WA Country Music Awards, semi-finalist for the 2018 International Songwriting Competition and nominated for 2018 Best Country Act at the West Australian Music (WAM) Awards, altcountry singer/songwriter Delilah Rose plays songs from the heart and is described as “a great storyteller” by Triple J’s Nkechi Anele.
Drawing from the 70s country rock she grew up on, her lyrics explore life, love, death and our own Wild West whilst her stories are delivered with vulnerability and a glint in her eye.
Oftentimes she’s backed by a dynamic band, whose live set has seen her play festival stages including Boyup Brook Country Music Festival, Fringe World, Nannup Music Festival, Miri Country Music Festival (Malaysia) and play support in Darwin for Troy Cassar-Daley.
In 2018, Delilah Rose released her second EP Good Grief, was nominated for a WAM Country music award and won Country Music Group of the Year at the Boyup Brook Country Music Awards. Garnering significant national community radio play, 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.
“Music to cut up the rug to or just casually lean into the bar and your beverage. Upbeat rhythms, minor chords and lyrics that will tease a smile out of your sceptical heart.” Jane Hebiton, RTRfm.
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