Billie-Jo Porter

For country girl Billie-Jo Porter the journey into music has been a natural one. Neighbouring the nation's country music capital Tamworth, it seems appropriate that Billie-Jo felt drawn to country music.

Billie-Jo is no stranger to song writing success. She co-wrote ‘Head Full of Honey’ with Andrew Swift, which peaked at No.7 on The Music Network’s Hot 50 airplay charts.  Prior to this, Billie-Jo cut her teeth supporting artists including Hussy Hicks, Gretta Ziller & Riley Catherall and has frequented festivals including Tamworth Country Music Festival and Bello Winter Music Festival, delighting audiences and generating a strong industry buzz. 

Her rising success captured the attention of multiple Golden Guitar and Aria Award winner Shane Nicholson, who produced ‘Feels Like Us’ at The Sound Hole studios on The Central Coast. 

Billie-Jo’s debut single ‘Feels Like Us’ an upbeat, heart-warming love song co-written with Andrew Blyth at the Dag Sheep Station Songwriters Retreat debut at No.2 on the Itunes Singer/Songwriter chart, No.1 on AMRAP Regional Chart, No.15 on The Countrytown Music Network Chart and reached the dizzy heights of No.2 on Tamworth own 2TM’s Australian Country Music Chart.  

With her sentimental and energetic song writing, Billie-Jo Porter is a fresh talent ascending new heights, sprinkling joy into the ears of her listeners, taking them on a high spirited journey of delight, music and love.