Young Bargara singer Phoebe Jay is delighted with the community support for her 2018 single Free Air with Tommy Emmanuel which raises awareness about rural suicide prevention.
Phoebe Jay is a 17-year-old country music singer songwriter.
This wonderfully talented young Australian singer’s melodic tones and harmonies mix traditional, classic country with a twist, creating a new and vibrant sound.
Free Air has been viewed nearly 65,000 times on YouTube.
Phoebe told Bundaberg Now she's grateful for the support.
“I'm so happy that my song is charting number one on Australia Country Track Play charts and also number one in Tasmania, and now the video is doing so well after release,” she said.
“Free Air for Rural Aid's suicide prevention campaign is all about awareness that there are people out there helping.”
It's a lullaby sung to a person who through economic and emotional stress has come to the point where they believe there is only one choice to their problems, taking their own life.
Rural Aid provides help with counsellors who visit families, talk through issues and give help and support.
Learn more at https://www.phoebejay.com.au/free-air/
Funds raised from the sale of Free Air go to Rural Aid.