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Tamara Stewart - Women In Song     Country 02/10/2012
Tamara Stewart is one of Australian country music's brightest stars. Tamara's numerous Golden Guitar nominations are a testament to her powerful voice and beautiful songs about fun, life and truth.
“Women In Song” is Tamara Stewart's gorgeous vocal collaboration with two of Australia’s leading country singers, Sara Storer and Felicity Urquhart. Written by Tamara and Colin Buchannan it's a tribute to Australian country music's pioneer women including Joy McKean, the beloved wife of Slim Dusty, Thel Carey and Shirley Toms.

Tamara Stewart - Sisterhood (Of Feeling Good)     Country 26/07/2012
Tamara Stewart is one of Australian country music's brightest stars. Tamara's numerous Golden Guitar nominations are a testament to her powerful voice and beautiful songs about fun, life and truth.
As the title suggests, Sisterhood (Of Feeling Good) is a feel-good song from beginning to end. With its contagious upbeat melody and girl-power chorus, Sisterhood is a song of celebration that really captures the fun and freedom that can go along with being a woman.

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Other tracks by Tamara Stewart:  Sisterhood (Of Feeling Good)
Tailgate Drive - Lost     Country, Pop 25/10/2019
Tailgate Drive is the merging together of well known, local Australian country artists, Troy Kemp and Damien Baguley (of the Viper Creek Band).
'Lost' is the brand new single from CMC New Talent Of The Year award winners Tailgate Drive. With an upbeat, modern pop country sound 'Lost' tells that cliche’d story, through popular song title references, of a young man falling for a girl in a bar. He makes his move, they chat, they dance and then she disappears, lost into the night.

Taasha Coates - This House Is Gonna Burn     Country, Alternative Country 09/09/2016
As part of the ARIA Award winning folk-rock darlings The Audreys, singer/ songwriter Taasha Coates has now released her first solo album ‘Taasha Coates and Her Melancholy Sweethearts’
With elements of sauciness and sadness, in a more personal and direct style; the album sees Taasha display her incredible, enchanting vocals as she flirts with the Alt-Country/ Americana genre.

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T.K. Bollinger - Offside Landing     Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Folk 25/10/2017
The literate and plaintive songs of t.k. bollinger are a sweetly tortured fusion of Doom Blues, Gothic Country and post apocalyptic Gregorian Chant.
If you have ever been in a relationship that was 10% wonderful and 90% horrrible you will enjoy singing along to the epic refrain at the end of this sad and stirring alt-pop inspired builder. Built around 3 chords it moves from acoustic to string laden glory over 4 minutes.

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Other tracks by T.K. Bollinger:  A Life of Fear  -  The Mess I've Made
Swoop Swoop - In The Pines     Folk, Acoustic, Alternative Country, Ambience 20/11/2012
Swoop Swoop is a singer songwriter from Perth Western Australia
A Cover of Leadbelly's In The Pines. Also covered by the likes of The Triffids, Kurt Cobain and many others

Sweet Jelly Rolls - I Guess Those Country Songs Are Finally Getting To Me     Country 09/11/2018
Sweet Jelly Rolls - A dynamic DUO of two old souls.
I Guess Those Country Songs Are Finally Getting To Me is a sad country song written in a pit of despair, that follows the journey the mind takes when a relationship is on its last legs.

Swampfish - Thinking Small     Blues/Roots, Alternative Country, Folk, Country 03/12/2015
Hillbilly, alt-country, blues and roots. Originals, old-time and gospel with a jugband feel. Guitar, banjo and autoharp - with vocal harmonies - supplemented with piano accordion, standup bass and drums.
'Thinking Small' - a light-hearted riff on downsizing and appreciating the simple things in life.

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Other tracks by Swampfish:  Going Nowhere Fast  -  'All On My Own'
Swamp Fat Jangles - You Only Say I Love You When You're Drunk     Folk, Alternative Country, Rock 30/09/2017
Watery scapes of guitar pedals and bowed banjo, driving drums, articulate bass and the three-part harmonies of whisky drinking ladies.
Who brings you a pair of sunnies at sunrise? Or rolls down a hill with you, howling and laughing at the drunken moon? Its not your bloody grandma but i’m sure you tell her you love her more than you tell your mates. And thats what this song is about.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Amelia Jenner, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)

Swamp Dawkins - Hell it's Hot Down Here     Country, Rock, Comedy 01/02/2020
Swamp Dawkins is an Australian country rock & bush band with a difference and is a creation of Michael Buining of The Roadhouse Regulars.
"Hell it's Hot Down Here" is a track with a good country feel and a very entertaining set of lyrics that'll put a smile on your dial. It's a story about a man who meets his maker only to find himself being turned away from the Pearly Gates and realises "Hell it's hot down here and it's goddam crowded tonight!"

Suzette Herft - No More Cinderella     Folk 29/09/2015
Throw together a mix of Joan Baez, Emmylou Harris and Patty Griffin, and you've got a taste of the voice and the music of Suzette Herft….Soulful, Sublime and Shining….
A woman claiming her own self back... No more Cinderella again.

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Other tracks by Suzette Herft:  Only Love  -  A Piece of Sky
Suze DeMarchi - The Letter (feat Tex Perkins)     Blues/Roots, Country, Rock, Cover Version 24/08/2015
Front-lady for the Baby Animals, Suze DeMarchi has enjoyed unrivalled international success, but the lure of her homeland ultimately proved too strong. She's back with a solo album called "Home".
The Letter by Suze DeMarchi feat. Tex Perkins (originally penned by the late Wayne Carson Thompson and performed by The Box Tops) is the second single lifted from Suze DeMarchi's solo album, Home, which was released on Friday, 24 July, via Social Family Records.

Other tracks by Suze DeMarchi:  Our House (feat Russell Morris)
Suzannah Espie - I'm Sorry     Folk, Country 11/06/2015
An intoxicating mix of country, folk, blues, and soul. A gentle, sweet trill that can move grown men to tears, or an Aretha-esque hellcat belt that can raise the roof...
‘I’m Sorry’ is about a private moment where a woman finally admits to her feelings of being a complete failure in their role as mother, the veil of pretense finally falling. Lyrically, it's inspired by a talk given by award winning author Clare Wright, along with Rachel Power’s book ‘The Divided Heart’.

Suzannah Espie - Bluebird Boots     Folk, Alternative Country 22/10/2012
"Suzannah Espie must be one of this country’s finest singers. Her voice is versatile – and respectful of the various styles she embraces" – Stack Magazine.
Taken from Suzannah Espie's brand new album 'Sea Of Lights' out now through Vitamin Records.

Suz Dorahy - The One     Country, Folk 10/08/2017
Multi-Instrumentalist and singer/songwriter, Suz Dorahy.
"’The One" is the story of me since I was too young to really remember,” Dorahy explains. “But the one thing I will always remember is, my next door neighbour was a little bit older than me and we were just the ultimate best friends from such a young age.

Suz Dorahy - Margharita     Country 09/11/2018
Newcastle based Alt. Country Sweetheart, Suz Dorahy.
The new single from Suz Dorahy was inspired by the hardships of the Post World War 2 Generations.
Men were exposed to the traumas of war and women were exposed to the hardships of life and survival during times of recession.

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Susie Scurry - The Elvis Hour     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 06/04/2018
In the spirit of golden-old classic standards, Susie Scurry's songwriting is clear and precise, original and familiar, honest and romantic.
Telling the story of an hourly program on the dusty end of the AM dial, 'The Elvis Hour' is a homage to the legend and lonely existence of ‘The King of Rock n' Roll’. Susie's voice croons over an old-school, toe-tapping score of lap steel sighs, bass, percussion and strings.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Cameron Dunsford, 3PBS, Melbourne (VIC)

Susan Lily and Darren Scott - Fly In, Fly Out     Country, Alternative Country, Blues, Roots 23/10/2015
With multiple award winning releases to her name, Susan Lily joins forces with critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Darren Scott to deliver a powerful piece of Australian country music.
With a diverse catalogue of country releases to his credit, Darren Scott has yet again forged a path into unique sounding musical terrain. Joined by award winning and chart topping singer-songwriter Susan Lily, Darren lays bare the reality of the ‘FIFO’ lifestyle in his self-penned song ‘Fly In, Fly Out’.

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Susan Lily - Here On The Road     Country, Rock, Alternative Country 11/07/2015
Let Susan Lily charm you with her genuine voice and love of music. With catchy melodies this gal can have you dancing and smiling afore you know it!
Though based on a true story, sometimes we aren't sure where we are going in life but know we need to keep moving. Adventure, freedom and simply being able to move on are things we all want in life. This song takes the listener on a journey, literally

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Other tracks by Susan Lily:  Daisy Jane  -  So Right, So Wrong
Sunny Cowgirls - Cowboy     Country 09/09/2016
Sunny Cowgirls have always sung about the places and people they know best celebrating the unique rhythms of bush life.
Irresistible lead single ‘Cowboy’ is a warm slab of country fun – and a sly wink to country bachelorettes everywhere. As the lyrics herald, 'A Hemsworth kinda cowboy, that’s who I’m gonna meet, I’ll keep lookin’ through those paddocks till I wind up on my feet.'

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