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Caravan unhooked, suitcases unpacked and maps put away, local country 

artist Mikayla J is home from her 2019 Australian Tour.  After a huge 10.5 months on the road, Mikayla J has returned to the Gladstone region after completing the big lap of Australia that seen her cross state lines and time zones to deliver shows to small towns, cities and everywhere in between. 


A tour that consisted of 108 shows, 5 states, and 36800 kilometres, all in the space of 312 days, has made for a massive 2019 for the local country entertainer. Playing her way through Queensland, New South Wales, the Northern Territory, Western Australia, and South Australia, saw Mikayla play everywhere from pubs to caravan parks. Travelling full time in a 13 foot vintage Millard caravan, tour life may seem a far cry from the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyles of the rich and famous, but Mikayla J “wouldn’t want it any other way.''


When asked if the tour was all smooth sailing, Mikayla remarked “we left washing behind, forgot about time zone changes, and ran out of fuel, but it’s all part of the story and the fun!” 


Highlight gigs of the tour included 12 shows at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in January, and a 28 show residency at Kings Canyon Resort in the North Territory in June. 


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Clancy Dolliver



  • 2019 National Tour - 5 States, 108 Shows, 312 Days.

  • 12 Shows/ 9 Days at Tamworth Country Music Festival, 2019.

  • 28 Show Residency at Kings Canyon Resort, Northern Territoryy.

  • Sang at the 2018 Golden Guitar Awards with O'Shea.

  • 2018 Graduate of the CMAA Senior Academy of Country Music.

  • Shared the Stage with: The Bushwackers, Warren H Williams and Ganggajang.

  • Support Act: Classic Country Concert (Graeme Connors/Melinda Schneider/Catherine Britt/Adam Harvey) and Neil Murray.

  • Release of Debut Single "Can't Tame Me" in November 2015.

  • Release of Debut EP "When Lightning Strikes" May 2016.

  • Sponsored Writing and Recording Trip to Los Angeles and Nashville 2015.

  • Featured on the Griffith University 2016 SEED compilation CD. 

  • Graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Bachelor of Popular Music.

  • Worked with The Jimmy Little Foundation / Uncle Jimmy Thumbs Up 2015, helping to teach indigenous kids about healthy living through the use of music, songwriting and performance:

  • Playing the Desert Harmony Festival 2014, Tennant Creek, Northern Territory.

  • Playing in Warren H Williams' band as his rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist.

  • Live Broadcasted set at Yulara Resort at Uluru, to 640,000 people via CAAMA Radio.

  • Awarded Junior Australia Day Cultural Award (Gladstone Region) 2013.




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