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Vanessa Lea & Road Train recorded at the 2010 National Country Music Muster in Gympie by Brisbane Country Music station, 98.9fm.
“The little girl with the big voice”, adds to this her skill on harmonica, bass and mandolin. Growing up in the town of Gunnedah in rural NSW gives Vanessa her true grounding in Country Music. Multi-instrumentalist, Roger Faynes, plays Martinez banjo and resonator, slide guitar, kick drum and percussion. Mark Wells makes up the band with his dexterity on bass, snare and guitar.
The National Music Muster, situated under the majestic gums of Amamoor Creek State Forest Park near Gympie in Queensland, celebrates of the true spirit of country Australia. Held every August over six magical days and unforgettable nights, this iconic award-winning event boasts a medley of diverse programs rich with our country’s finest musicians and entertainers.
About this track...
She’s got ‘the voice of an angel’ according to big music executives, and now you can hear it on this Live Recording of her band's performance at the National Country Music Muster in Gympie, thanks to Brisbane Country Music station, 98.9fm
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