1195 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97202

Fri Dec 15 09:00 pm (Doors: 08:00 pm )
21 and up

Olivia Harms was born Western Music royalty, but the rhinestone cowgirl has stepped out on her own to craft a sound that is equal parts Texas, Bakersfield, and Nashville country. 

The daughter of Western Music Hall of Fame member Joni Harms, Olivia grew up on a 150-year-old ranch in Canby, OR, and made her first appearance on stage when she was two days old. Her mother had labor induced so she wouldn’t miss her show. Twenty-seven years later, Olivia is following in her mothers creative bootsteps and basing herself out of Granbury, TX.

Olivia has found her niche genre, playing music for western lifestyle and honky-tonk lovers. She has been recognized for her hard work and perseverance to stay true to herself and play music that is authentic to her. In March of 2022 Olivia was honored to be in COWGIRL Magazines third class of "30 Under 30", a gala hosted at The Drover Hotel in the Fort Worth Stockyards highlighting 30 western women under 30 years old that are making a difference in the western industry. Olivia was honored again in June of 2022 to be announced as "Singer of The Year" at the First Annual Women of The West Gala at the Cowgirl Hall of Fame Museum in Fort Worth, TX.

These days, Olivia spends the majority of her time touring Texas and the surrounding areas, returning to the northwest for tours in the summer and winter. Regardless of where she hangs her hat, she’s well in touch with her western roots.