Craig Lloyd

Craig Lloyd is based in County Victoria, Australia, but is originally from London.

Craig graduated in early 2020 from the Country Music Association of Australia’s Academy in the home of Australian Country Music (Tamworth).

The Academy has produced artists such as Travis Collins, The McClymonts, Lyn Bowtell and many more.

Now living in a rural part of Australia, his debut song ‘One Last Time’, reflects on the long period of drought that has had a devastating impact on many rural farmers. The song is co-written with Lachlan Bryan (The Wildes), who is well known to UK audiences, and produced by Damian Cafarella who has produced many successful Australian and International artists.

Now living in a rural part of Australia, his latest Single ‘Little Country Store’, pays homage to small rural stores across the world and the role they play in holding communities together. The song is a duet with Merelyn Carter (Carter & Carter) a Golden Guitar winning artist.

Craig’s last release “Take The Wheel” recently won the Country Ballad of the Year Award at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in Australia.

Craig’s family are in Essex. He has has many stories to tell through his music having worked in a number of emergency services including times as a Police Officer in London and is currently the CEO of a rural Council.

Craig cites his influences as people like Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, Dustin Lynch and a broad range of other storytellers.

In January 2021, Craig released his second single “They Know.