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Melbourne born Singer/Songwriter, Kaye Harrison, has been singing her whole life.  Classically trained by her father from the tender age of four, Kaye spent much of her early years in singing competitions of various kinds. These were in Kaye’s own words dark and difficult days, as she struggled to earn her fathers love and acceptance through her voice. 
Born into Mormonism, she found it a constant struggle to be good enough, which consequently resulted in deep bouts of depression and feelings of despair. Through it all, God never forsook her and in 1993 Kaye came to faith in Christ alone through the reading and studying of the Scriptures, resulting in a dramatic conversion from Mormonism to Christ.
At the age of twelve, Kaye was chosen to record two songs on an Australian children’s music series program called Sounds Fun, which was a weekly broadcast in all Victorian schools. This was her first experience with recording in a professional studio. She was handsomely paid in as many donuts and milkshakes as she could consume.
In 1980 Kaye was nominated Best Youngest Talent of the year on The Greater 3UZ weekly radio program with the late John McMahon. In that same year, she appeared on two Australian television talent shows: New Faces and Search for a Star and won a two week contract as the nightly floorshow artist at Melbourne’s Hotel Australia. In 1982 Kaye was the resident vocalist with the Band Backstage at the Galaxy Nightclub in Exhibition St Melbourne. The nightly floorshows by national and sometimes international artists gave her the opportunity to hone her skills as a backing vocalist.
The 80’s found Kaye performing in many piano bars around Melbourne with various musicians and singers. In 1987 she was chosen to support John Farnham in the Geelong leg of his” Whispering Jack Tour” at the Geelong Performing Arts Centre. Throughout the 80’s and 90’s Kaye’s voice could be heard on various radio and television commercials including many sessions as backing vocalist for other artists.
Although Kaye had been writing songs since her teens, it wasn’t until her conversion in 1993 that she felt she really had something to write about. In 1997 she wrote two songs for Neighbours (a popular Australian soapie which has been on air since the 80’s), and with Royalties she earned, recorded her first album Out Of Egypt with the extremely gifted Melbourne Producer Adrian Hannan in 2000.  The album comprises an eclectic compilation of songs which are intensely personal and deeply rooted in God’s Word. 
In recent years, Kaye has been the resident female backing vocalist for the Steve Romig band. Her vocals are also prominently featured on all three of Steve’s albums. In 2007, Kaye, Steve and Mike Kelly (Kaye’s husband) joined forces with other Melbourne session players to form the band that would launch John Swan’s (AKA Swanee) new album “Have a little Faith.”
Kaye has formed her own Trio with Mike Kelly (Keyboards, Drums, Guitar) and Melbourne based Keyboard/Pianist Robert Field to perform songs of faith, hope, love and inspiration.
Kaye has a deep love and commitment to the Persecuted Church where in at least 52 countries around the world, Christians suffer deprivation, torture, and in many cases, death for their faith in Christ.  She is currently recording her second album, Church Under Fire with Adrian Hannan at The Song Store Studio. Kaye has consecrated the CD and its proceeds to the Suffering Church where she hopes to help lift the banner for all those brother’s and sister’s whose lives are marked by daily sacrifice for the one who gave Himself as a living sacrifice.