Phoebe Jay wows crowds at Gympie Muster
TEENAGE country singer Phoebe Jay Foster-Griffith has wowed the crowds at this year's Gympie Muster.
The 14-year-old singing sensation had a range of performances across the four-day event including a gig on the main stage.
After winning last year's junior talent search Phoebe Jay was guaranteed the main stage performance, and impressing event organisers with her talents. She also earned herself an invite to perform in the Muster Club, twice.
The Bundaberg star was backed by Barlight - husband and and wife duo Kane and Paula Gray - and drummer Brad Zylstra.
Phoebe Jay said her third year at the Gympie Muster was a success.
"It's been awesome," she said.
"This place is fantastic. I feel like I am on a mini holiday.
"We are in the forest in the middle of Queensland with music, great camp food and family. I could just stay here forever."
Phoebe Jay performed her debut single 14 Cents at the Gate on the main stage yesterday in front of huge crowds.
The song tells the story of a 14-year-old girl trying to understand why farmers are paid well under the production cost of producing milk.
Phoebe Jay has also signed up to become a young ambassador for organisation Buy A Bale and hopes that her efforts will result in something good for Aussie farmers doing it tough.
Phoebe Jay's father Ian Foster Griffith said he couldn't be more proud of what his daughter has achieved in such a short amount of time.
"We have had it confirmed that she is number 37 on the Australian Country Music Charts," he said.
"In Tasmania, she is number eight.
"For a 14-year-old to be on the charts, well she is doing pretty well."