Annabelle Eve

Annabelle Priftis

Annabelle Priftis

Annabelle Eve Priftis was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1994.She began performing at festivals and shopping centres when she was 9 years old.

She is a talented performer with a long history of achievements. In 2003 she was a Red Faces Winner and soon after won the Oakleigh Idol Competition.

She was not only the youngest winner of the 2003 of Search for a Star competition but also won it the following year.

In 2005 Annabelle won the Jaanz Songwriting Award and the Elite Excellence Award.

In 2007, Annabelle was invited by the CEO of the Royal Melbourne Showgrounds after hearing her sing to perform at the Royal Melbourne Show.

Annabelle Priftis was contracted to sing the opening title song for the television series Dead Georgeous, which was produced by Screen Australia, Burberry Entertainment and Coolabi Productions in association with The Australian Broadcasting Corporation with The British Broadcasting Corporation in 2010. ABC link is here.

It is about three beautiful, strong-willed teenage sisters, Rebecca, Sophie and Hazel, who are given a second-chance at life 150 years after their death. Compelled to fit into the 21st century, the girls must fit into a society completely alien to them and they must do this without anyone discovering they are really ghosts.


Her influences

Anouk, The Beatles, Coldplay, Eva Cassidy, Imogen Heap, James Morrison, Jason Reeves, John Mayer, Kate Miller-Heidke, Katie Noonan, Matt Nathanson, Peter Bradley Adams, Angus and Julia Stone, Simon and Garfunkel.

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