A flamin' haired country-rocker who's Southern in spirit but not yet in zip code, Lucie Tiger dubs her unique brand of music as Country Rock with a Southern twang and a dash of Crossroads Blues. She’s been described as the “new darling of Australian country music” (The Music), "the embodiment of a Southern-infused country rock singer-songwriter" (CountryTown) and a performer who "puts the fun in country rock" (Scenstr).
Lucie Tiger’s upcoming single ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ will strike a chord with anyone who’s dreamed of home while they’re on the road. Sparked by a life-changing journey through the States where Lucie witnessed firsthand the majesty of the Grand Canyon and the Wild West, the awe-inspiring Hoover Dam and sequoias, this is Lucie’s heartfelt love letter to the South and to her soon-to-be adopted home of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Never shy about her songwriting influences, Lucie knows her love of a special small town will resonate with many who feel the same about their hometown.
The last two years have been packed full of achievements and firsts for Lucie Tiger. She was the only independent Australian artist to successfully chart on the MusicRow Country Breakout Chart with all four singles she sent to USA radio in that time - ‘Found My Home’, ‘Midnight Goodbye’, ‘Right Next To You’ and ‘Burn It Down’. Never one to shy away from making her mark in multiple countries, Lucie had four singles chart on the CountryTown Australian Radio Top 50 chart in the same time period. To cap off a remarkable two years of releases, Lucie’s album Alabama Highway debuted at #14 on the ARIA Country Albums chart (Australia’s equivalent to Billboard) and #10 on the AIR (Australian Independent Record Label) Albums Chart, plus The Memphis Tapes debuted at #7 on the AIR Albums Chart.
A respected songwriter, Lucie Tiger was the only Australian artist selected as a Top 30 Writers On The Rise at the Muscle Shoals Songwriters Festival (USA) in 2022, as well as winning Best Country Blues Song of the Year 2021 at the Tamworth Songwriters Festival for her song ‘Gasoline’. Lucie’s first-ever holiday single ‘Christmas In The South’ was listed as one of the 10 Best Australian Christmas Songs in 2022 along with songs by Sia, Paul Kelly, and Amy Shark, and two of her songs reached the Top 10 of the Australian Songwriter Awards 2022. She’s been industry-nominated twice for the Rudy Brandsma Award for Songwriting Excellence by the Australian Songwriting Association, and she’s been featured in Americana Rhythm magazine (USA), Today's Country magazine, The Music Network, Rhythms Magazine (AUS), CMT, and the television program Songwriters Across Australia.