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Tenielle - Better Than Leaving     Country, Pop, Acoustic 19/01/2011
Tenielle Neda Musulin started singing from the cradle, played church hymns on her mum’s organ at 6, wrote her first song at 9, first picked up a guitar at 14.
The emerging country talent sings sweet and soulful melodies with honest, emotional lyrics, inspired from love, life, and everyday experiences.

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Ted Sutherland - For Now and Forever     Country 31/10/2018
Oldest songwriter around, having Aboriginal background (Wiradjuri) but a very anglo upbringing. A love song, humorous song and one about my background. I am not a pro singer.
This is a country love song that contains a pledge of unending love. The song is sub-titled "our wedding song" and was written to be sung as a wedding song for anyone who feels the lyrics capture their feelings and devotion to the one they love.

Other tracks by Ted Sutherland:  One Big Mob - Wiradjuri  -  Hair, Yeah!, Yeah!
Team Love - Limelight     Country, Folk 05/04/2019
Alt-country heartbreakers hailing from Melbourne and the Wombat State Forest. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll love, Team Love.
Sad country ballad about trying to make it work but not getting there.

Heartbreaking lyrics, haunting vocals, soaring violin, raw guitar, potent piano

Other tracks by Team Love:  Mean  -  Sad Little Life
Taylor Pfeiffer The Banjo Girl - You Were The Stranger     Country 21/06/2014
14 year old Taylor is a 5-String Banjo player, Yodeller and Singer/Songwriter. Taylor, a country and bluegrass musician has performed on National TV Shows, Spicks & Specks and Sunrise.
You Were The Stranger is a Country Bluegrass Song written by Taylor Pfeiffer and has entered the Top 30 Country Radio Singles Chart. Features Taylor on Banjo and vocals, Bill Chambers on Guitar, Dobro and Bass. Michael Muchow on Mandolin. It's a song about friendship.

Other tracks by Taylor Pfeiffer The Banjo Girl:  This Country  -  Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Taylor Pfeiffer - Take Her     Country, Folk 13/10/2017
Taylor Pfeiffer 'The Banjo Girl' is the sweetheart of country music. She is both lovely and accomplished and both highly popular on radio and in person.
With a unique blend of instruments, banjo and brass, ‘Take Her’ playfully ridicules a relationship going nowhere. 'Take Her', written by Taylor Pfeiffer, produced by Simon Johnson and recorded in NSW and USA, lends itself to the genre of alternative country, whilst reminiscing a vaudeville style.

Taylor Pfeiffer - Not This Time Around     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 18/06/2016
16yo Taylor Pfeiffer is a singer, songwriter, banjo player and yodeller from Adelaide. Her first album, Five Strings Attached showcases her ability as a professional banjo player and musician.
Composed by Taylor Pfeiffer, Not This Time Around was inspired by the feeling of not fitting in when an adjudicator turned to the audience and laughed at Taylor’s performance, failing to accept country music as a genre. 16yo Taylor plays banjo, drums and sings all vocals on this track.

Other tracks by Taylor Pfeiffer:  Whoa Mule  -  Dixie Medley
Taylor Pfeiffer & Matt Scullion - Make Today Count     Country, Folk 05/04/2018
Taylor continues to show growth as an artist, with a strong emphasis on catchy hooks and memorable arrangements, whilst defying genre boundaries.
A duet between Taylor Pfeiffer and Golden Guitar winner, Matt Scullion, 'Make Today Count' delivers the powerful endeavor to fulfill and cherish every moment. Building from solo banjo into a string section and recorded in the USA, Make Today Count is from Taylor’s EP, 'Take Her', produced by Simon Johnson.

Taylor Moss - Take It From Me     Country, Pop 15/04/2019
Taylor Moss has come a long way in a short time, but this exciting young artist has found her stride in the Country arena.
Take It From Me is the latest release from Queensland pop-country starlet Taylor Moss, penned by Moss with Aussie ex-pat Katrina Burgoyne and Nashville local Mary Cutter. A super-catchy, modern country styled track, produced by Golden Guitar winner Matt Fell, it’s based on actual events in Taylor’s life.

Taya Lazare - Near the Sea     Indigenous 16/09/2016
Taya Lazare is a solo artist from NSW.This track is featured on the Young, Black and Deadly - Rising Stars compilation, produced by the Gadigal Music.
This track features Taya Lazare on vocals, with Leah Flanagan on guitar, Liz Stringer on keys and Dave Marsalis on percussion.

Taryn La Fauci - All of Me     Folk, Alternative Country 21/02/2015
Alt-Folk/Americana inspired singer-song writer Taryn La Fauci, originally from Townsville, is a 25 year-old artist whose music exudes a poetic, almost old-soul beauty similar to Natalie Merchant and Joni Mitchell.
The first Single off the Debut EP, "All of Me" revels in the concept of being present in all moments of your life.

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Other tracks by Taryn La Fauci:  Map of the World  -  Oceans Between Us
Tarlo Mack - Hipster Country     Country, Pop, Roots 19/10/2017
Alt Country from the Southern Tablelands of NSW - Vocally rich five piece outfit.
A light hearted, upbeat poke at "trendy" pop country culture.


Other tracks by Tarlo Mack:  Best out of me  -  Wyangala Dangler
Tara Favell - Happy Ending     Country, Pop 15/01/2016
Tara Favell is bringing her country-pop cross over style to the Australian musical landscape: writing, singing & telling stories about her life through her songs.
Tara's first release of 2016 is an upbeat country pop track called Happy Ending. The song revolves around the feeling of falling in love and the fear of it not working out - but then it does.

Other tracks by Tara Favell:  All I Need
Tara Favell - Fast     Country, Pop 02/03/2018
Tara Favell is bringing her country-pop cross over style to the Australian musical landscape: writing, singing & telling stories about her life through her songs.
Track 1 on Tara Favell's new EP 'Wild Heart' - Fast is a song about falling for someone too quickly, being reckless in love and not thinking of the consequences when you're falling for that person.

Other tracks by Tara Favell:  Nothing Like You  -  Starting Over ft. Josh Setterfield
Tanya-Lee Davies - I've Just Seen a Face     Country, Roots, Pop, Folk 10/12/2018
Fourteen men, one girl, an album of duets traversing highways and heartache, thrills and epic spills. Duetting partners include Stephen Cummings, Rob Snarski, Matt Walker, Dom Mariani and Steve Lucas.
This version of The Beatles beautiful country flavoured ode to new love finds Steve Lucas from X duetting with Tanya-Lee Davies. Sweet, light and full of jangle this will lift your spirit in under two minutes.

Other tracks by Tanya-Lee Davies:  Before The Next Teardrop Falls  -  I'm Satisfied With You
Tanya Self - The Jacaranda     Country 25/04/2014
Golden Guitar and Star Maker winner Tanya Self is back with "Random" Truths". With flawless musicianship, produced by Nashville-based Australian Mike Flanders, this release is heart-warming, wise and all country.
A catchy, uplifting narrative likened to the Australian pioneering days, this is a 21st Century Aussie love story. These days a lot of men (mostly) have contract work in north & west QLD, the NT and WA - their return home can coincide with the stunning bloom of the Jacaranda.

Tanya Self - Mischief (Your Backside’s Gonna Pay)     Country 27/10/2014
Tanya Self is back with a stunning album, Random Truths after walking away from the spotlight 10 years ago to marry and answer the call of motherhood.
A heart-warming, self-penned upbeat story of childhood antics and consequences – “everyone got up to a little mischief!” The song humorously reels you in with a refreshing twist at the end. Already earmarked as a favourite from country radio, this is the 3rd offering from Tanya’s ARIA ChartingAlbum, RANDOM TRUTHS.

Tanya Self - Listening In     Country 23/07/2014
May 2014 marked the Random Truths album release, a first for ten years. Fans are shouting out their support with its 9 week ARIA Country Album Chart success.
Tanya Self’s Listening In from her Random Truths album highlights the incidence of domestic violence. The depth of this track and the message is very powerful. Tanya will perform Listening In for White Ribbon at QLD Parliament House, Thursday, 24 July for a “Take the Pledge” ceremony.

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Tanya Self - Dressed To Kill     Country 10/09/2015
Tanya Self is a Golden Guitar & Star Maker winner. "Random Truths" debuted at No.4 on the ARIA Australian Country Albums Chart, remaining in the Top 10 for 9 weeks.
'Dressed to Kill' is a loud and proud, classic girl anthem. Co-written with Sarah Godden (Delta Goodrem, Anthony Callea, Vanessa Amorosi), 'Dressed to Kill' ignites a crowd with a strong, earthy and positive message – the relationship is done and dusted; take control of your destiny and move on.

Tania Kernaghan - That's A Tradie     Country 06/01/2017
Tania Kernaghan is one of Australian country music's big stars with four Golden Guitars, 15 number one singles and numerous platinum and gold records to her credit.
'That’s A Tradie' rocks and swings like it’s knock off time after a hard day on the job and is sure to make you want to break open the esky, take the top of a stubby and relax with the one you love.

Tania Kernaghan - Onto Something     Country, Easy Listening 15/09/2017
Tania Kernaghan is one of Australian country music's big stars with four Golden Guitars, 15 number one singles and numerous platinum and gold records to her credit.
"Onto Something" is the third radio single taken from Tania Kernaghan's acclaimed album, "All Australian Girl".

It's a happy song co-written by Tania along with Fiona Kernaghan & Matt Scullion. "Onto Something is up there as one of my favourites. It's about finding 'the one'", says Tania.

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