At a reception at Sydney’s Museum Of Contemporary Art this morning,  Adam Harvey was announced as a finalist in five categories of the 2015 CMAA Country Music Awards Of Australia.

Adam received the following nominations:
 – Album Of The Year – Family Life
 – Male Artist Of The Year – Family Life
 – Single Of The Year – She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful
 – APRA Song Of The Year – Family Life
 – Sanity Top Selling Australian Album Of The Year – Family Life

Adam’s deep soulful voice is one of the great voices of Australian country music and FAMILY LIFE is his most personal and enthralling album to date.

“This Album really came very naturally to me and was a lot of fun because I’m writing songs and singing about the things that I love the most…family!” said Adam.

“To be acknowledged by the judging panel for these prestigious awards is a great honour for me, my family and the great team around me.”

Adam’s Golden Guitars tally to date is eight, including three for Album Of The Year and three for Male Artist Of The Year.

His new single ‘Family Life’ is at radio now and the Family Life Tour, with special guests The Sunny Cowgirls is touring nationally from throughout 2015.

January 17 – West Tamworth Leagues Club – Tamworth
January 23 – West Tamworth Leagues Club – Tamworth
January 26 – Morreau Reserve Australia Day Celebrations – Rooty Hill
January 28 – Newcastle Entertainment Centre (With Kenny Rogers) – Newcastle
January 30 – Palais Theatre (With Kenny Rogers) – Melbourne
February 1 – Launceston Country Club (With Kenny Rogers) – Launceston
February 3 – Jupiters Theatre (With Kenny Rogers) – Gold Coast
February 4 – Jupiters Theatre (With Kenny Rogers) – Gold Coast
February 6 – Townsville Entertainment Centre (With Kenny Rogers) – Townsville
February 8 – Perth City Muster (With Kenny Rogers) – Sandalford
February 19 – Club Sapphire – Merimbula
February 20 – Southern Cross Club – Canberra
February 21 – Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre  – Nowra
February 28 – Hexham Bowling Club – Newcastle
March 15 – CMC Rocks Queensland – Brisbane
May 6 – Chaffey Theatre, Renmark – Adelaide
May 7 – Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre – Mt Gambier
May 8 – Barrossa Arts & Convention Centre – Tanunda
May 9 – Northern Festival Centre – Port Pirie
May 30 – Mullewa Rodeo – Perth
June 18 – Brolga Theatre –  Maryborough
June 19 – Pilbeam Theatre – Rockhampton
June 20 – Mackay Entertainment Centre  – Mackay
July 2 – 22 – Scandinavian Music Cruise
July 22 – Albany Entertainment Centre – Albany
July 23 – Bunbury Entertainment Centre – Bunbury
July 24 – Mandurah Performing Arts Centre – Mandurah
July 25 – Astor Theatre – Perth
October 9 – 17 – Cruisin’ Country
October 22 – Ipswich Civic Centre – Ipswich
October 23 – Kedron Wavell Services Club – Brisbane
October 24 – Nambour Civic Centre – Nambour
October 25 – Toowoomba City Golf Club – Toowoomba

Adam’s year starts with two shows at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in January before he joins Kenny Rogers for select dates on the ‘Through The Years’ tour , Kenny’s last ever tour of Australia. Adam also plays venues in NSW, QLD, SA, WA with special guests The Sunny Cowgirls. Other highlights include CMC Rocks QLD in March and Crusin Country #5 in October.

More dates to be announced soon!

January 17 – West Tamworth Leagues Club – Tamworth
January 23 – West Tamworth Leagues Club – Tamworth
January 26 – Morreau Reserve Australia Day Celebrations – Rooty Hill
January 28 – Newcastle Entertainment Centre (With Kenny Rogers) – Newcastle
January 30 – Palais Theatre (With Kenny Rogers) – Melbourne
February 1 – Launceston Country Club (With Kenny Rogers) – Launceston
February 3 – Jupiters Theatre (With Kenny Rogers) – Gold Coast
February 4 – Jupiters Theatre (With Kenny Rogers) – Gold Coast
February 6 – Townsville Entertainment Centre (With Kenny Rogers) – Townsville
February 8 – Perth City Muster (With Kenny Rogers) – Sandalford
February 19 – Club Sapphire – Merimbula
February 20 – Southern Cross Club – Canberra
February 21 – Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre  – Nowra
February 28 – Hexham Bowling Club – Newcastle
March 15 – CMC Rocks Queensland – Brisbane
May 6 – Chaffey Theatre, Renmark – Adelaide
May 7 – Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre – Mt Gambier
May 8 – Barrossa Arts & Convention Centre – Tanunda
May 9 – Northern Festival Centre – Port Pirie
May 30 – Mullewa Rodeo – Perth
June 18 – Brolga Theatre –  Maryborough
June 19 – Pilbeam Theatre – Rockhampton
June 20 – Mackay Entertainment Centre  – Mackay
July 2 – 22 – Scandinavian Music Cruise
July 22 – Albany Entertainment Centre – Albany
July 23 – Bunbury Entertainment Centre – Bunbury
July 24 – Mandurah Performing Arts Centre – Mandurah
July 25 – Astor Theatre – Perth
October 9 – 17 – Cruisin’ Country
October 22 – Ipswich Civic Centre – Ipswich
October 23 – Kedron Wavell Services Club – Brisbane
October 24 – Nambour Civic Centre – Nambour
October 25 – Toowoomba City Golf Club – Toowoomba