(born 1984 in Sydney
) is an Australian recording artist
mostly known for her song Serial Thriller
which received good publicity
At age 12, Brielle signed with LGM Records and started work on her self–titled debut album. January 1998 saw her first single September's Sweet Child
released through Columbia Sony. Six months later, the album followed, presenting a music style far beyond her tender years.
Soon after, Brielle was nominated for New Talent of the Year
at the 1999 Australian Country Music Awards, making her the youngest nominee ever for the prestigious Golden Guitar
Brielle received extensive coverage in global media with many of her performances televised throughout the Asia-pacific region. An appearance in The Fame Game
garnered wide acclaim for both Brielle's vocal talents and acting ability.
US entertainment magazine Billboard
noted Brielle as an 'ARTIST TO WATCH'.
Since her invitation in 1999, Brielle has served as an Australia Day Ambassador and was the first performer to sing the Australian National Anthem at the Sydney Olympic Stadium.
She has performed before the likes of the NSW Premier, the Sydney Lord Mayor, Australian Prime Minister John Howard and US President Bill Clinton.
Many of Brielle's performances have assisted a variety of charities and community functions including the Starlight Foundation
, The Variety Club Children's Christmas Party
, McHappy Day
for Ronald McDonald House, Wesley Mission