Delta is one of the highest selling female recording artists of all time in Australia. Delta has released three multi-platinum #1 albums and as of early 2010 holds the record for the highest selling album of the last decade. Her story is fascinating. Her chart statistics are impressive. Her music's even better.
Delta's 2003 debut 'Innocent Eyes' sold over a million copies in Australia. The album spent 29 weeks at 1 in Australia, won the Highest Selling Album award at the Australian equivalent of the Grammy’s two years running and has clocked up 4 million sales worldwide - including reaching 2 in the UK. Each of the album's five singles made 1 in Australia - breaking a record held by Kylie Minogue and the Beatles - and 'Innocent Eyes' spawned three Top 10 singles in the UK.
A pianist since the age of seven, Goodrem harks back to a bygone era where pop stars wrote their own songs and sang them live. 'Innocent Eyes' established Goodrem as not just a musician but a songwriter.
In 2006, Goodrem performed a self-penned song, 'Together We Are One,' at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. Another song penned by Goodrem, 'Days Go By,' was a No.1 hit by Norwegian Idol Glenn Lyse, while she also just collaborated on a song with hero Olivia Newton-John for her new cancer charity.
Her resume not only includes TV and a lead role in a movie, but a duet with Tony Bennett for the Australian version of his hit album, 'An American Dream'.
With three number one albums already to her credit, countless number one and top 10 singles, multi-ARIA Awards, so many classic songs and over 6 million units sold worldwide - more than any other Australian artist in the past decade - Delta Goodrem's phenomenal career so far speaks for itself.
Between 2007's album “Delta” and now “Child of the Universe”, her fourth studio album, Delta has grown from a 23-year-old young singer-songwriter, to an artist and woman with the life experience to sculpt a defining musical work.