Today we are celebrating Kasey Chambers’ birthday by remembering her top four performing songs on the chart. Kasey Chambers is an Australian country singer and the daughter of Bill Chambers. She began her career as a musician in 1993 with her band Dead Ringer. Dead Ringer was a band comprised of Kasey and her family. However, the band went their separate way when Kasey’s parents got divorced. Therefore, Kasey started her solo career as an artist.
Kasey Chambers’ Solo Career
She is a talented singer and songwriter, thus leading her to receive her first ARIA award for Best Country Album and Best Female Artist in 1999 and 2000 respectively. The first album Kasey released was The Captain in 1999. After the release of her first album, Kasey continuously produces top performing albums in Australia until today. In addition, her latest album is entitled Campfire which was released last April this year.
Top Performing Songs
Four of Kasey Chambers’ top performing songs on the Australian charts were “Not Pretty Enough” in 2002, “True Colors” in 2003, “Pony” in 2005 and “Nothing at All” in 2006.
“Not Pretty Enough” is Kasey’s first number 1 single in 2002. Moreover, the song was a track from her second album Barricades and Brickwalls. It’s a sweet song about a woman who questions her man if she’s enough for him to love her. She thinks that she is not pretty enough for her man. This song is heartbreaking.
Next is Kasey’s second top-performing song “True Colors.” The song was originally recorded by Cyndi Lauper in 1986. It peaked at No. 4 on the Australian ARIA charts. Kasey’s version was used as the theme song for the Rugby World Cup in 2003.
In 2005, “Pony” was Kasey’s third song to enter the top 10 of the charts. Moreover, this song was from her album Wayward Angel.
And finally in 2006, a heartbreaking song “Nothing at All” was her last song to enter the top 10 of the Australian charts.
Hoped you enjoyed Kasey Chambers’ beautiful and heartfelt songs. Let us wish Kasey Chambers a Happy birthday.
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