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.


Beth returned to the industry in late 2021 with a new alt-country sound and has been busy carving her path within the country space, with no signs of slowing down. She recently took first place in The Ekka’s Country Music Showdown, where she was a finalist for the second year in a row, impressing industry judges with her stage presence, song craft and vulnerability. 


Beth 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 invitation with Kevin Bennett & The Flood and being named in the Top 5 for the inaugural Radio 2TM “Discovered” talent competition. 


Post-TCMF, Beth kicked off 2023 opening for Adam Brand, Taylor Moss and Matt Cornell at the first ever “Country on Kings” event. February saw 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).


Mid-year, Beth was a Top 4 finalist in the Green Brothers Peter Blundell Memorial Country on Keppel Talent Search. She returned to Tamworth for the 2023 Hats Off to Country Festival, as well as a Top End tour in July, with a showcase at Darwin Fringe Festival and other iconic venues. 


July saw Beth release her highly anticipated follow-up single, Home Town, filmed at her childhood property and throughout Yandina, shot by multi-award winning videographer and director, Jazmyn Smith (Jazmyn Produces). Home Town debuted at #7 on the AMRAP charts and is continuing to climb various community radio charts.


From headline shows in her capital city to co-writing with Allan Caswell, Ben Walker & Stephen Dobson interstate, Beth is certainly one to watch.