Everything falls into place

Adam Harvey, one of Australia’s most accomplished country music performers, reaches a new pinnacle of achievement with his seventh studio album Falling Into Place.
With a career that spans 10 years, three Gold albums, total sales upwards of 300,000 albums and seven Golden Guitar Awards; including two for Album of The Year and two more for Male Vocalist of The Year, Harvey is already at the forefront of Australia’s most acclaimed country music entertainers and has the runs on the board to show for it.
Falling Into Place brings to life the friends, family and people who share Adam’s idyllic life around Bateau Bay on the NSW Central Coast. Adam has shown that home is an inspiring place for his heart by using its sanctuary and surroundings to write and record the new album, with longtime producer Rod McCormack at the helm.
Falling Into Place is Harvey’s most personal album. He sings about the things that have genuine meaning in his life; his wife and family, the mates he drinks with at the local pub, the characters he’s met and his love of fishing. “I think people will recognise the characters I sing about and relate to them amongst their own friends and relatives,’’ he says.
On the eve of the release of Adam’s new album this Friday, July 8, the Armidale Independent caught up with Adam Harvey for a quick chat about the album and, of course, tonight’s State of Origin!