WWOWF Adam Harvey

Ali S hails from Boulia in North West QLD, a town which is proud to call him their official ambassador. His debut album “Couldn’t Do This On My Own”, reached Number 2 on the Australian iTunes Country Charts, with his first single, ‘I Need A Beer’, reaching number 3 on the Australian iTunes Country Charts and his second single, “Talking Bout Brooks and Dunn”, receiving recognition from Kix Brooks who publicly announced his love of Ali’s tribute song to the great duo. 
Ali S is known too many Australia’s as the bloke who has an appreciation for the Channel Country not seen since the likes of Slim, with a voice that is likened to Buck Owens and Brooks and Dunn.  Ali has performed at Tamworth Country Music Festival, Winton’s Way Out West Festival, Warwick Rodeo, Brisbane Ekka, Doomben Country Music Race Day and the Gympie Music Muster, with accolades including-  Semi-Finalist at Gympie Music Muster Talent search- 2 years running, 5 People’s Choice Awards, 3 Australian Songwriter Awards as well as being named My Country Australia’s Album of the Year.  

 Ali’s third single ‘Girls, Beer, Utes & Rodeo’ has been recognized internationally reaching over 500,000 streams on Spotify, with an audience of over 80000 listeners in 70 countries. Ali S is looking forward to heading home and performing for the 3rd time at Winton’s Way Out West Festival in 2021.