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Denvah is a singer/songwriter/musician from Rockhampton, Central Queensland. Since her introduction to
the Australian country music scene in 2018, Denvah has created a stir across the industry. Denvah’s beautiful
yet distinctive voice stops people in their tracks, whilst her down to earth appeal and quirky charm connects
her with the audience and leaves them feeling right at home. Denvah’s “natural effervescence is just
something you can’t extinguish” (Felicity Urquhart), making her live performances a must-see. With a voice
that was made for country music, her rich tone and pitch perfect accuracy is an absolute delight to the ears.
“it just blew us away; she’s such a talent, such a natural songwriter…” (Brad Butcher).
With a background in dance and musical theatre from the age of 4, the stage truly is Denvah’s second home.
Ever since her earliest beginnings as a performer, the joy and sparkle that she radiated from the stage has
remained with her. In 2015, at the age of 15, Denvah began to gain experience in the local music scene,
regularly performing at open mic nights. Her reputation as an outstanding live vocalist quickly grew and she
began to receive gig offers from venues around the local region.
In 2018, Denvah attended her first Tamworth Country Music Festival, the highlight of which was performing
‘Sleep on it’ with Busby Marou at their sold out Longyard Hotel show. In November 2018, Denvah won the
‘One Hot Night’ battle of the bands competition and as a result was invited to open the ‘One Hot Night’
concert which featured artists including Busby Marou, Pete Murray, Ian Moss and Tia Gostelow. In 2019
Denvah recorded her self-penned debut ep ‘Just the Beginning’, at a makeshift studio at the Shell House on
Great Keppel Island with Nathan Davis and Jeremy Marou. Additional instrumentation, mixing and
engineering was later provided by Matt Fell at Love Hz Studios.
Denvah then burst on to the Australian country music scene in 2020 with the much anticipated release of
‘Just the Beginning’. In the months following her sold out launch concert which also featured Brad Butcher
and Felicity Urquhart, Denvah’s first two singles ‘My Favourite’ and ‘Do it Again’, reach #6 and #7
respectively on the Australian Country Hottest 50 chart and both remained in the top ten for multiple weeks.

Her songs received extensive radio play on both commercial and community radio stations across the
country including Kix Country, ABC Country, Tamworth 88.9 and Triple M Country, to name a few. ‘My
Favourite’ went on to become the 8 th most played song on Tamworth’s 88.9 FM for 2020, and the 26 th most
played song on Kix Country in the same year.
Denvah has now performed at various festivals and events including TCMF, One Hot Night, Legend and the
Locals, Hats off to Country Festival, Country on Keppel, The Village Festival, Capricorn Food and Wine
Festival, Keppel Vibes and Rockhampton River Festival. Along the way, she has worked with, performed with,
and supported artists such as Busby Marou, Troy Cassar-Daley, Brad Butcher, Felicity Urquhart, Melanie
Dyer, Caitlyn Shadbolt, Fanny Lumsden and Shannon Noll, and has received widespread accolades and
support across the music industry from other performing artists and music industry professionals alike.
In January 2021, at the Rockhampton Australia Day Awards, Denvah received the Young Citizen of the Year
Award for her contributions to the arts and her volunteer work. In March of 2022, she went on to feature in
the Courier Mails’ CQ’s Most Influential 30 under 30 list. Whilst gigs and opportunities have been scarce
during the pandemic downtime of the last couple of years, Denvah has continued to work on new material
and recently recorded two new tracks at Kasey Chambers and Brandon Dodd’s Rabbit Hole Recording Studio
in NSW.
With her new works currently in production to be released in the coming months, 2023 is shaping up to be
an exciting year for Denvah and her blossoming music career.

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