Sue Ray is an Australian Indigenous multi-award-winning singer/songwriter that captivates audiences with her original brand of country/blues and roots music, smoky rich voice and high energy performances. Often compared to such artists as Bonnie Raitt, Chris Stapleton and Lucinda Williams, Sue’s sound crosses genres allowing her to appeal to a wide audience demographic. Sue has released three critically acclaimed albums: "Best Beware", "Red Roses"(which she co-produced with Aria award winner Magoo) then "Live At The Junk Bar". In 2018, she released an EP titled "I Would Never Do That". Sue is currently in the process of recording her next full-length album with her band The Fire signs who recently received rave reviews at the 2019 Gympie Muster. Over the years, Sue has accrued awards and nominations, from “Most Promising New Talent” in the 2013 Deadly awards to “Female Artist Of The Year” in the QLD Music Awards. In 2012, “Red Roses” was nominated for “Country Album Of The Year” in the AIR Independent Music Awards, and later her title track “Lover Evermore” received the award for “Best Indigenous Track” in the Q Music Awards. Most recently, in 2018 Sue won the World/Folk category in the Q Music awards for her track “Junior Was His Name”