Kasey Chambers was born in 1976 in Mount Gambier, South Australia to Diane and Bill Chambers.  In February 2002 it was released in the US, which peaked at No. It had to rub off _and it did _ just as in later years, living on the Nullarbor Plain and travelling all over Australia with her family, the young Kasey got an education like no other. 2. In November 2018 she was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame and has won an additional fourteen ARIA Music Awards with nine for Best Country Album. “Everyone sing ‘round the campfire… where the song of the Curlew awaits…. Kasey’s father, renowned musician Bill Chambers, packed up his little family (his then wife, Kasey and her brother Nash) and drove them into the middle of the Nullarbor Plain.  Besides duetting on a track with Kelly, she also sings on a track each with Ed Sheeran, Keith Urban and Foy Vance.
They were to start a new life that centred upon a new career for Bill as a fox hunter. 104 on the Billboard 200, topping the related Heatseeker Chart and reaching the top 20 of their country music chart. ", On 23 April 2013, it was announced that Nicholson and Kasey Chambers had separated, with the collision of work and family life said to have forced their split.  She was joined on the track by Bill and explained, "My dad called me up one day and told me about the project... We recorded it at my dad's house, sitting around jamming around a mike.
, During 2009 Chambers collaborated with Bill, Nash and family members to release a children's music album, Kasey Chambers, Poppa Bill and the Little Hillbillies (November 2009).
Chambers started putting her feelings into songs, and over a few weeks during July and August 1998, she recorded her first solo album, The Captain, on Norfolk Island. Family Life.  At the ARIA Music Awards of 2002 she won three categories, Album of the Year, Best Female Artist and Best Country Album, for Barricades & Brickwalls. The album was a multi-platinum success in Australia and significantly raised her profile in the United States, earning her enthusiastic reviews and much better sales than The Captain.  It reached the top 50 of the Billboard Top Country Albums in 2001. , In April 2008 Chambers issued her first collaboration album, Rattlin' Bones, with her then-husband, Shane Nicholson, which was co-produced by Nash and Nicholson.  As part of that project she also co-wrote a children's story, Little Kasey Chambers and the Lost Music (2009), with Bernadette Werchon. ", Chambers recorded a cover version of Cyndi Lauper's "True Colours" (April 2003), which peaked at No. In the '90s, the Dead Ringer Band became one of Australia's leading country acts, but Kasey had an individual spirit and ideas of her own.  In 2010 it won the Australian Independent Record (AIR) Award for Best Independent Country Album. It's the economy of [her] songwriting that has been the source of the comparisons between her work and that of [Lucinda] Williams, and Chambers's deep understanding of song structure allows her to create real emotional complexity from just a few turns of phrase. Except that it's Australian.  Chambers was recorded on vocals for two albums released under Bill's name, Sea Eagle (1987) and Kindred Spirit (1991). Associated With.  It was accredited triple platinum for shipment of 210,000 copies by the end of the following year. , At the age of 30 Chambers was diagnosed with an eating disorder, a combination of bulimia and anorexia nervosa.
", Chambers and Nicholson were joined by fellow country musician, Troy Cassar-Daley, to perform at Sound Relief, in March 2009, which was a benefit concert in support of survivors of the February 2009 Victorian bushfires.  It was produced by Nick DiDia – her first album which was not produced by her brother, Nash. " Nimmervoll cited Chambers' observation, "The last album showed my life story. The Captain was certified double platinum for shipment of 140,000 copies by Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) in 2001.  Her rendition reached No. " The title track is a duet with Bernard Fanning (ex-Powderfinger), which Familton found, "sways with a Neil Young looseness that works surprisingly well. Kasey Chambers is part of the Baby boomers generation.  At the ARIA Music Awards of 1999 she won Best Country Album and in the following year she won Best Female Artist for its title track, which was issued in 2000.. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart and remained at the top position for five weeks.
And dance with me under the moonlight until the morning breaks”. It was in the family’s revered Dead Ringer Band with dad Bill, mum Di and older brother Nash that 10-year-old Kasey got her first real taste of being on stage. Born on June 4, 1976 in Mount Gambier in South Australia, Kasey Chambers was the daughter of two musicians, Bill and Diane Chambers, who put their careers on hold that year to move to the Nullarbor Plain, a sparsely vegetated and generally flat plateau measuring 100,000 square miles.
In 1986, the family returned to "civilization" so that Bill and Diane could return to their music careers.  It debuted at No. The family spent the rest of the year at Southend, a small South Australian fishing village.  At the Australian Country Music Awards of 2019, Campfire won Traditional Country Album of the Year. It was a really special thing.
In 2012, Chambers released Wreck & Ruin, her second album with Nicholson, as well as Storybook, a collection of covers in which she interpreted the songs of Steve Earle, John Prine, Gram Parsons, Lucinda Williams, and James McMurtry, among others. Music is part of her DNA. , Chambers's fourth studio album, Carnival (August 2006), also debuted at No. " At the ARIA Music Awards of 2017 she won her eighth Best Country Album trophy, for Dragonfly. Other guests on the album included Keith Urban, Foy Vance, and Harry Hookey (the latter was romantically linked with Chambers at the time). Kasey was the face of a new generation in Australian country, sporting a nose ring, and posing nude for a country music magazine (walking down the streets of a deserted country town with brother Nash). " She cited Emmylou Harris as one of her primary influences, recalling that Harris' music was frequently played by her parents, ever since she was a child. Kasey Chambers returned to the music scene in 2017 with an almighty bang, hitting number one on the ARIA album chart with her 11th studio album, Dragonfly, three years after her last big release.  In the following year their parents added first Chambers and then Nash to their act, which became the Dead Ringer Band – named for the children looking like their parents. ... Kasey Chambers (born 4 June 1976) is an Australian country singer-songwriter. " Her autobiography, A Little Bird Told Me..., was co-authored with music journalist, Jeff Apter, and was issued later that year. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, Barricades & Brickwalls (September 2001), Wayward Angel (May 2004), Carnival (August 2006) Rattlin' Bones (with her then-husband, Shane Nicholson) (April 2008) and Dragonfly (January 2017).  It is a double album with Nash producing one session at his Foggy Mountain studio and Australian singer-songwriter, Paul Kelly, producing another session at Sing Sing Studios, Melbourne.