Louise Egan presents a fresh, contemporary style of comedy music.

 

Louise began performing as a teen and after many years within the country music industry, decided to branch into the big, wide world of comedy music. Louise writes and performs for MA15+ crowds at various venues and festivals, encouraging a laugh-out-loud response from audiences across the country.

 

Louise's humour sprouts from highly relatable topics with plenty of the typical Aussie attitude that we all love!
 

Here are some fun facts......

 
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Louise's hit "Bar Flies" was awarded 3rd place in the Australian Hotels Association Best Pub Song Competition for 2012.
 
Louise has received national acclaim for her songwriting and performing.
Her comical take on the typical musician's encore:
The “One More” Song was named
'Best Music Video (Regional)' in the Australian Independent Music Video Awards 2011;
a Top 5 Finalist for 'Best Comedy Song' in the Blue Shoe Awards 2010;
a semi-finalist in the TSA National Country Songwriting Contest 2010.

 

 

In 2009, Louise recorded her debut album, a contemporary country album titled Chasing Sound, with help from some of Australia’s most renowned country musicians. The album was recorded and produced by one of Australia’s top record industry professionals, Simon Johnson of Hillbilly Hut in NSW.
Simon also produced Louise's brand new comedy album, "Start Ya Bastard!" and will continue to work with her on releasing new comedy music in 2015 and beyond! Watch this space!

 

 

 

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In December 2009, Louise played to a crowd of thousands when she supported Jimmy Barnes and Adam Brand at the Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Albury. In December 2010, she supported the infamous rocker yet again, as well as Vanessa Amorosi, in yet another packed event. In 2011, Louise shared the stage with Beccy Cole, Adam Harvey and Jetty Road  and she also toured with The Sunny Cowgirls. Touring with such well-known and seasoned artists saw Louise begin to build her own following of fans and to cement her niche within the industry.

 

 

 

Louise’s fun country music videos air regularly on the Country Music Channel (CMC) and she was also selected to perform as part of David Ireland's 3D Wildlife Man series - an internationally viewed and hugely popular Australian television program.

 

 

 

Crowds throughout rural and regional Australia, as well as country music festival crowds, are enjoying the ride with Louise, as she climbs her way up the music industry ladder, delivering her unique self upon every stage she adorns.

Her live show is certainly not one you'll forget!!