Big drums, bass and electric guitars playing huge riffs isn’t your typical sound for today’s contemporary country female singer, but this is where Jemma Beech is truly in her element.
Beech is a country girl in just about every way, so becoming a country singer-songwriter came naturally to the artist who’s been gigging since she was a teenager. She pursued music seriously after graduating from the CMAA Academy of Country Music senior course in 2015 and attending The DAG Songwriters’ Retreat in the same year.
Jemma has honed her craft, co-writing with industry heavyweights like Luke Austen, Lyn Bowtell, Allan Caswell, Karl Broadie, Aleyce Simmonds, and Jo Caseley and is influenced by artists including Miranda Lambert, Brooks & Dunn, Lee Kernaghan, and Sunny Cowgirls.
Combining these influences, Beech has created a style that is relevant to country audiences yet unique to herself – she’s bold, proud and real.