Anita Spring was destined to become an entertainer and she has been performing  internationally and nationally since the age of 9. By the age of 15, Spring was performing 8 shows a week in Elvis-The Musical at the Footbridge Theatre in Sydney, Australia. Many other roles in musicals followed including a lead in the Revolution Will Not Be Televised at the Seymour Theatre and Bad Boy Johnny at the Enmore Theatre, it was this show where she worked alongside Doc Neason, Chris Bailey and Christine Anu. 

Spring starting writing music at the age of 18 and it was a one off performance with Powderfinger at the ARIA awards that lead to Spring being signed to Universal Music, a combination of good timing and good luck. In 2003 Spring's first single, Blink - Stay A Little Longer, reached number 7 on the ARIA Australian singles chart.
Spring continues to write and record music, tour internationally and nationally at festivals and clubs and she has also performed on many Australia variety shows including: Molly's Melodrum/ Sunrise/ The Today Show/ Good Morning Australia/ Midday Show/ The Panel and Hey Hey It's Saturday, just to name a few. Spring is not shy of the camera and has also had small acting roles in a string of major films and telemovies including. 

A recent trip to Nashville, has reinvigorated Spring's passion for country music and she is currently in the studio recording a new album. 

Anita Spring/ Blink - stay a little longer/ 2003 Universal Music release