Aleyce Simmonds

Aleyce Simmonds (born December 6, 1986 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales) is an Australian country music recording artist and singer/songwriter. Simmonds's accolades include Telstra Road to Tamworth Winner 2004, Australian and National Duet of the year winner with Paul Costa for 'The Way you make me feel' in 2007.Simmonds released her debut album in 2011 and 4 subsequent radio singles and music videos for 'The Keeper', 'When I Say Too Much', 'The Healing Hands of Time' and 'Bondwood Boat'. All singles except 'Bondwood Boat' achieved chart positions inside top 20. Simmonds was nominated for 3 Golden Guitar awards at the Country Music awards of Australia, The Healing Hands of Time, written with the album's producer Rod McCormack (Beccy Cole, Adam Harvey, Amber Lawrence, Paul Kelly) being nominated for Female Artist of the Year and New Talent of the Year and Bondwood Boat written with Graeme Connors being nominated for Heritage Song of the year. She performed the song with Connors at the Golden Guitars. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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