“Our bundle of joy is due the first week of April! We are excited for the new adventure and the inspiration!”
Australian-born, USA-based country artist Katrina Burgoyne has revealed that she’s preparing to share her “greatest release yet”: having a baby! She and her husband, audio engineer and producer Steve Kinney, expect their bundle of joy to arrive in April 2024.
As the singer gets ready to unveil her new single, Hubby In A Honky Tonk, on Friday (3 November), she detailed another bit of news for fans.
“My Hubby and I are currently in Gulf Shores Alabama at PHIP'S Meeting of the Minds and we realised that I am past the point of hiding my little bump! We are having a baby! Our greatest release yet,” Burgoyne wrote on Facebook on Sunday (29 October).
“Almost half way our bundle of joy is due the first week of April! We are excited for the new adventure and the inspiration!”
Praising her husband, she continued, “Steve Kinney has been an incredible roadie this week caring my heavy guitar, filming, photography and selling merch. I am so blessed to have found a best friend, partner in business and life! I really won the jackpot!
“If you would like to add to our baby fund grab yourself a KB t-shirt for the website.”
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You can purchase merchandise and support Burgoyne via her website. We wish for a smooth and easy pregnancy, and congratulations to the growing Burgoyne family.
In June, Burgoyne revealed her intention to return home to Australia. “I can't contain my joy knowing that I'll soon be reunited with my beloved family and friends, basking in the incredible Australian summer Down Under,” she wrote.
Burgoyne moved to Nashville five years ago with $15,000 and a dream. Her journey was the inspiration behind her song 25 Cents In The Ashtray. Restricted by her visa to making an income solely from playing music, she hit the ground running in the most competitive music city in the world.
Burgoyne will release her new single, Hubby In A Honky Tonk, this Friday. You can pre-save the track here.