27 October 1972 |
Glenelg, South Australia
She performed for the Australian Army soldiers in Iraq. A single titled "Poster Girl (Wrong Side of the World)" expresses her support for the troops. This song won the 2007 Song of the year at CMAA awards and its video clip was voted No.1 on Australia's Country Music Channel.
- Beccy Cole (1997)
- Wild at Heart (2001)
- Little Victories (2003) No. 29 AUS
- Feel This Free (2005)
- Live @ Lizotte's (2007)
- Preloved (2010) No. 32 AUS
- Songs & Pictures (2011) No. 24 AUS
- Beccy's Big Hits (2013)
In 2007, she won three Golden Guitars at the 35th Country Music Awards of Australia: Female Artist of the Year, Single of the Year (for "Poster Girl (Wrong Side of the World)"), and APRA Song of the Year (also for "Poster Girl").
Cole was married to Mick Albeck with whom she had a son named Ricky. Her song "Lazy Bones" was written with Mick as a tongue-in-cheek tribute to their short marriage. In 2012, Cole revealed she is gay. She lives in Copacabana, New South Wales.