She is one of the bigger stars to regularly venture out to the north west, but with COVID-19 hitting hard, singer song writer Jade Holland hasn't been able to do her profession.
The artist who has over one million plays on Spotify says she misses live performance in the bush.
"I miss playing at the Overlander Hotel," Ms Holland said.
"I don't think I have been coping as well as others, but I've been at home with my family so we have been getting creative and keeping each other entertained so it's been really nice to spend the time with them instead of being on the road 24/7.
"Since COVID hit I have only done one show and I think my next one is next month. I think regular performances will be a while away yet."
Ms Holland said she thinks there will be changes to the way gigs are performed once everything begins again.
"I think there will be heaps of changes as far as venues are concerned and how many people they can have in their venues, but for music I think we will still do our normal show but maybe the crowd will be changing every 1.5 hours," she said.
Ms Holland said she has been using the extra time to work on new music.
"My family and I created a huge vegetable garden so we have been tending to that and I have been writing new music everyday, It's actually been a wonderful therapy session," she said.
"During lockdown I have learnt patience and I guess living back at home with my family it can be a little tough being up in each other's grill but genuinely spending time with them has been a blessing.
"I also learnt that exercise is super important and it's easy to get lazy at home so creating a home gym was a nice outlook to blow off steam. And I learnt how to cook bread."
Although the country star hasn't confirmed her return to Isa, she hoped it wasn't too far away.
"Fingers crossed I can get back on the road soon and return to doing what I love."
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