"Bring It On" is a classic country album, combining the timeless melodies of the 40's & 50's by Jimmie Rogers, Hank Williams and Bob Wills, through to contemporary country by John Prine, kd lang, Tom Waits, George Strait & Lloyd Price. This CD launched Clelia's International career,with 4 songs from this CD reaching the ECMA (European Country Music Association) radio airplay charts since 2002. "Cowgirl Rides Away" stayed on the charts for 6 months in 2004, and Clelia was ranked No. 48 "Most Played Artist" in Europe for that year.
Employing the finest western swing played in Australia, Stuart French (guitars & co-producer), Michel Rose (dobro, pedal steel, mandolin) and Doug Gallagher (drums, percussion), all members of The Feral Swing Katz, Gary Steele on piano and accoridan, James Gillard on bass (from The Flood) and Clelia's daughter Jessie on backing vocals,
this album has recieved rave reviews from all over the globe.
Clelia started her career as a music journalist, Product and Marketing for WEA Records, in Australia and London, before settling in Tamworth (Australia's Country Music Capital)in the l970's, where Clelia became the most sought after session singer and performance artist, having sung on literally hundreds of CM albums recorded in the city's studios for a 25 yr period.
With her pure roots country style, and an exciting captivating voice that can sing anything, her credentials as "the real deal" country singer is undisputed.
"Clelia does a first class job interpreting classic country songs. This lady has sass and class in equal measure". Pete Smith, The Advertiser (UK) 12 July 2002
"I love your album...but the best thing is your voice quality - you have the rare qualities these days of being both distinctive and utterly attractive....can't mistake you for anyone else!" Eddie O'Strange, CM presenter, NZ
See full reviews: www.cleliaadams.com (reviews page)