About Me

Award winning artist Christine Clifford  is known for her soulful country sound.

Christine Clifford is a seasoned artist in the realm of country music, with a career that spans decades and a repertoire that reflects her diverse influences. She embarked on her musical journey in South Australia, captivating audiences in talent quests and earning recognition for her vocal prowess early on.

Her accolades include victories at the South Australian Country Music Awards, where she triumphed in categories such as Female Vocal, Duet, and Gospel performances. Christine’s talent has taken her to numerous festivals, Country Music Clubs, and prestigious showcases, solidifying her presence in the industry.

In 1996, Christine released her debut album “All through the Night,” showcasing her burgeoning songwriting skills. This was followed by her sophomore effort, “Times Were Different Then,” in 2004, with recent digital releases bringing her music to wider audiences.

Christine’s performances have graced stages alongside notable artists like Gina Jeffries and Beccy Cole, and she has entertained crowds at diverse venues, from the Adelaide Town Hall to the Santos gas fields. Despite a hiatus, Christine has returned to the music scene with renewed passion, captivating audiences once again with her own brand of country music.

Her latest album, “She’s Playing with Fire,” marks a culmination of her musical journey, blending influences from artists like The Seekers and Linda Ronstadt to contemporary figures like Chris Stapleton. The title track, co-written with David Carter of the renowned Carter and Carter duo, showcases Christine’s songwriting prowess and musical versatility.

With nominations for international awards, Christine Clifford continues to make waves in the country music scene, demonstrating her enduring talent and passion for storytelling through song.

Christine Clifford’s solo career has flourished in recent years, marked by numerous captivating performances at festivals, clubs, pubs, and cafes. Her return to the stage has been met with enthusiasm from audiences, drawn to her authentic storytelling and soulful melodies.

Now, Christine’s musical journey is set to reach even greater heights as she prepares to travel to Atlanta in August as a finalist in the International Singer-Songwriter Awards. This prestigious recognition underscores her talent and dedication to her craft, positioning her among the finest songwriters on the global stage.


As she continues to refine her artistry and share her music with audiences worldwide, Christine Clifford remains a shining example of perseverance, creativity, and passion in the realm of country music. Her upcoming journey to Atlanta promises to be a milestone moment in her career, further solidifying her place as a respected and celebrated artist in the industry.




  • Keith CMF – 1st place female Vocal,
  • Barmera CMF – Gospel 2nd Place
  • Port Pirie CMF – Gospel 1st Place
  • Gawler CMF – 1st Female Vocal, 2nd Gospel
  • Mount Gambier CMF – Crystal Waters Band – 1st Place, Gospel 1st place, Duet 2nd place, Female Vocal 2nd place 
  • Port Augusta CMF – 2nd Female Vocal, 2nd Gospel, 2nd Song writing,
  • Whyalla CMF – 1st Gospel, 2nd Female Vocal, 2nd Duet,
  • Barmera CMF – 1st Duet with Alison Hams, 1st Female Vocal, 2nd Gospel,
  • Sunraysia CMF – 2nd Female Vocal, 1st Gospel, 3rd Country Rock, 2nd Song writing
  • Search for a Star 1st Place Murray Bridge
  • Gawler CMF – 1st Duet with Lisa Janda, 1st and 3rd Song Writing,
  • Semi Finalist Tamworth Songwriters Association with After You, The Windmill.
  • Country Arts Grant to record Original Music
  • Released new Album “She’s Playing with Fire”
  • ISSA International – Finalist 2024 in 7 categories,
  • Entertainer of the year
  • female vocalist of the year
  • Album, Single of the year
  • Emerging Artist of the year
  • Songwriter of the year
  • Rising star of the year
  • Single of the year
  • LDM Radio 8th awards Finalist – Country section for “Walking on the Blind side of Life”
  • Finalist World Songwriting awards for “She’s Playing with Fire” – co write with David Carter
  • re-Released “The Windmill” for International airplay