Stunning, heartfelt vocals, beautifully-crafted songs and world-class performances, there are few female voices in Australia to rival the class and style of Lyn Bowtell.
An innovative songwriter, Lyn defies easy classification. With influences reaching from pure country to blues, jazz and pop, Lyn has her own distinctive voice and musical identity.
Lyn’s musical journey began in the Country Music Clubs of the Darling Downs and has led her to stages all over Australia and around the world.
Lyn first came to prominence as songwriter and singer for multi-award-winning country pop trio Bella. Since then she has released critically acclaimed albums ‘Secret Songs’ in 2012, ‘Heart Of Sorrow’ in 2014 and EP ‘Calling You’ in 2017, all brimming with the singer’s soulful vocals, highlighting the sublime voice that turned heads and four red chairs on national television in Channel Nine’s Season 6 of The Voice Australia.
Lyn’s latest ARIA #1 Album ‘Wiser’, produced by Shane Nicholson, was released on May 13th 2022 and won Contemporary Country Album of the Year at the 2023 CMAA Golden Guitar Awards.
Lyn is a ten-time Golden Guitar winner, Toyota Star Maker winner, MO award winner, 2022 Hands of Fame inductee and is the Artistic Director of the CMAA Academy of Country Music.
“She has one of the most amazing voices in this country, I love this beautiful woman and her talent” – Kasey Chambers
“The voice of an angel, the words of a poet and the string skills of a master. I am so much better for the time I have spent touring, writing and laughing with Lyn Bowtell.” – Beccy Cole
“Maryanne the optimist, she pours me tea
She knows to make it better
There’s something magical when she speaks to me
Even if it’s just about the weather”
Lyn Bowtell’s latest musical masterpiece, ‘Wiser’, has raced straight to #1 on the ARIA Australian Country Albums Top 20 Chart and #6 on the ARIA Country Albums Top 40 Chart. Released on Friday, May 13, it was no Black Friday for the nine-time Golden Guitar winner and...
Lyn Bowtell has a growing list of accolades to her name, but she was forever cemented in Australian country music history during the 50th Tamworth Country Music Festival held earlier this month. The nine-time Golden Guitar winner was one of only six Artists to be...