Victorian born and Queensland based, Kiara Rodrigues is the very essence of diversity. Her compelling tones and vibrant personality leave her audiences mesmerised. At just 21 years of age, her performances emulate a sense of maturity well beyond her years. This comes as no surprise as in 2015, she celebrated a decade long career in country music.
With TV appearances on “Young Talent Time” and a Top 28 finalist in the Under 25 girls category of “X Factor” 2014, Kiara Rodrigues is certainly no stranger to the stage. Her achievements include being crowned Triple World Champion(Country, Gospel, Rock) at the “World Championships of performing Arts’ 2010, 2011 Aristocrat Entertainer of The Year, and the 2013 “Voice of Urban”.
Additional highlights of her career include singing at the world famous “Tootsie’s” bar in Nashville at 14, singing the national anthem at NR Lgames and finally, being the youngest ever graduate of Tamworth Camerata (Now the Academy) at age 10. The release of Kiara’s EP “I’m Gonna Be Fine” was received with abundant success as the title
track soared to #5 on the Australian Country Itunes Chart. The first single ‘Dear Daddy’ from her new Country Gospel Album ‘He Carries Me’ has been released to country radio, debuting at #4 on the Itunes Charts.
Her fresh and contemporary sound is equally matched by her ability to deliver the timeless classics, making her an ideal ambassador for country music.