Leylah Harvey, the daughter of Australian country music legend Adam Harvey, is embarking on a solo music career herself in stunning fashion.
Covering You Raise Me Up in the style of the most renowned rendition, Josh Groban’s, Leylah Harvey displays a phenomenal talent for classical singing.
It’s unexpected for anyone who thought Leylah would follow in her father’s footsteps, but now that we’ve seen her true musical passion, we can’t wait to see where she goes next. You can watch the music video below.
“I am so excited to share that I have just posted the full music video of my cover of ‘You Raise Me Up,’ to YouTube,” Harvey wrote on Facebook last week.
“I would be honored [sic] if you would like to watch and maybe even share.”
She continued, “Thank you always for your support on my wonderful journey! I feel so grateful to be able to do what I love and share it with you all.
“Thank you so much Duncan Toombs for the wonderful video.”
Since the cover was shared on Facebook on 2 August, Leylah Harvey’s video has received more than 2,300 views. After getting past one thousand views, the singer wrote on Facebook, “Oh my goodness! Over 1,000 views already!
“Thank you all so much for the love and support on my first music video.
“I’ll be posting more to my YouTube channel, so stay tuned for many more exciting things coming soon!”
This September, Adam Harvey and Beccy Cole lead an all-Australian line-up for the 2023 Deni Ute Muster. The event falls on the falls AFL Grand Final weekend, with a public holiday in Victoria on Friday, 29 September.
Deni Ute Muster General Manager, Vicky Lowry, said in a statement, “Going back to our roots, we are proud to announce an all-Australian line-up with many of the Muster’s favourites returning, including Lee Kernaghan, who was with us for our first Deni Ute Muster.
“We welcome to our main stage for the very first time Missy Higgins, James Johnston, Casey Barnes, The Whitlams and Deniliquin’s very own Zara Lindeman.”
Deni Ute Muster
Conargo Road, Deniliquin
Friday, 29 September and Saturday, 30 September 2023
ADAM HARVEY & BECCY COLE
ANDREW SWIFT CASEY BARNES CATHERINE BRITT
JAMES JOHNSTON JAYNE DENHAM JESSICA MAUBOY
JOHN WILLIAMSON LEE KERNAGHAN MISSY HIGGINS
THE WHITLAMS BLACK STUMP BAND TRAVIS COLLINS
Amber Lawrence’s “Kids Gone Country Show” | Anagram Riot
2022 Gympie Music Muster Talent Search winner Brittany Elise
Brittany Maggs | Carp Factory | Duncan Toombs | Gretta Ziller
Jade Gibson | Jamie Preston | 2023 Toyota Starmaker winner Loren Ryan
Pete Denahy | Rhys Crimmin | The Bush Poets
Ticketing information is available on the Deni Ute Muster website.