Maddi Lyn is an Aboriginal singer/songwriter hailing from Campbelltown, NSW. Singing since the age of six, her first performance of her career came at the Camden Valley Country Music Club. An avid member of the Macarthur Country Music Club, Her talent is recognised state wide for winning numerous country music competitions including NSW Country Music Regionals Awards at Forbes, Illabo, South Coast and Blue bell. She is also the local winner of the Macarthur Country Music Awards. In 2015 Maddi won the Australian Country Talent Seekers Quest, where she was the youngest and the last winner of the competition. Selected as a promising up and coming artist in 2015 she participated in the Young Black and Deadly program, this saw the release of her debut single Promise. The track enjoyed radio play nationally and internationally; it is currently available on iTunes as well as streaming on Spotify. It was through this program Maddi had the opportunity to work with Leah Flannagan, Uncle Vic Sims, and Luke Peacock and perform at Yabun in consecutive years. Maddi lyn is a graduate of the Academy of Country Music in Tamworth, It’s here she introduced the guitar into her stage performance. Maddi has since gone on to open for Casey Donovan, as well as performing at the Bleach Festivals part of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, and the EKKA show in Brisbane. 2018, saw Maddi Lyn release her E.P Scars and Memories, Maddi is excited on performing at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and introducing new audiences across the country and internationally to her music.