Beth Lucas is an independent artist hailing from the quiet town of Yandina on Queensland's Sunshine Coast and is now based on the Redcliffe Peninsula within the Moreton Bay region.

Since returning to the industry in late 2021 with a new alt-country sound, Beth has had an exceptional year. She has recently graduated from the CMAA The Academy of Country Music Australia’s senior course (Academy) as the recipient of the coveted Keith Urban Scholarship, which took place ahead of Tamworth Country Music Festival (TCMF) 2023. Beth had multiple appearances throughout the festival, including a guest appearance with Kevin Bennett & The Flood and being named a finalist in the inaugural Radio 2TM “Discovered” talent competition. 

Post-TCMF, Beth kicks off 2023 opening for Adam Brand, Taylor Moss and Matt Cornell at the first ever “Country on Kings” event. February sees Beth release her debut ​alt-​country single, Life of the Party (Song for Erin), which was recorded and produced by the acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and engineer, Michael Moko (Melody Moko, Hayley Marsten, Catherine Britt).

2022 saw Beth go from strength to strength within the country music community. Fresh off the back of a songwriting camp hosted by the Academy, Beth made her first appearance and long-awaited return to the stage at the 50th TCMF in April. From headline shows in her capital city to co-writing with Allan Caswell, Ben Walker & Stephen Dobson interstate, it is evident that her star is on the rise. Mid-year, Beth was named a finalist in The Ekka’s Country Music Showdown where she performed two (2) original songs on the famous Stocky’s stage in front of a welcoming crowd and a panel of industry expert judges.

Beth rounded out last year with multiple appearances at the Gold Coast’s biggest country event, Groundwater Country Music Festival. She joined an incredible lineup of Fanny Lumsden, Seaforth, Andrew Swift, Max Jackson, Gina Jeffreys, Lachlan Bryan, Travis Collins and many more.

Further to playing locally and interstate, Beth has also played shows in West Hollywood, Orange County, Tennessee, New York, and New Jersey.