Burgoyne has been living in Nashville for a few years now and hasn't been able to take part in Tamworth country music events, but COVID-19 has changed all of that.
More than 40 country artists will take to the virtual stage to bring the festival to life in an online format from July 9-12.
"I've pre-recorded my set of 4 songs in our living room here in Nashville and edited it up and submitted," Burgyone said.
"Hats off to Country festival is something I've always gone to since I was about 14 years old, from singing at the talent quest to performing my own shows or jumping on stage with other artists."
Fans of the Gunnedah songstress may notice some changes in her performance.
"I'm noticing my sound is being a little more influenced by Nashville and a lot of my songs for my upcoming release tell my story of moving here," Burgoyne said.
"25 Cents in the Ashtray is about being down to my last dollar, not having much but being grateful to be following my dreams. The Next Big Thing was inspired after walking out of a bar on music row and having a guy tell me he is the next big thing in this town.
"I think my Australian perspective hasn't change. I say things as I see them in my songs, that's for sure."
Burgoyne will release a new single, It All Falls Down, on American airwaves on July 13.
"I'm very excited to feature the song and tell everyone about it," she said.
- Catch the songstress on Spotify, Facebook and at www.katrinaburgoyne.com