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Sonny Rolfe - Little Bit of Blues     Blues/Roots, Country, Roots 24/08/2015
Sonny is a mature songwriter, influenced by war, rock'n'roll, folk from the '60s/70s - Woodstock era - he has won many awards & nominations over the years.
This track features the expressive saxophone playing of Lindsay Gould - the perfect song for a blues trio telling the story of human nature.

Other tracks by Sonny Rolfe:  Too Bloody Hard  -  Somebody Listens
Sonny Rolfe - Ceduna     Country, Blues 17/12/2014
Sonny is a songwriter who uses the guitar, harmonica and as many other artists as he can to create his music.
Temptation on the road home . .

Other tracks by Sonny Rolfe:  Big Mack  -  Travel Speak
Sonny Rolfe - Adelaide SA     Country, Folk 19/02/2016
Sonny is a senior songwriter with many Awards/nominations to his name. He plays the Harmonica, Guitar and Button Accordion, loves boating, nature (is a conservationist). He writes, records and produces.
A foot-loose, fancy free traveller, a man with a soft spot for the ladies . .

Other tracks by Sonny Rolfe:  Don't You Dare  -  Waltzing The Moon
Sonny Keeler - Wayward Son     Rock, Australian Indigenous 17/05/2014
Exciting guitarist and gifted songwriter living in Adelaide, SA.
About growing up on the wrong side of the law, and what it is like for many Indigenous young men in community. Rolling with the punches and coming out the other side wiser and stronger.

Other tracks by Sonny Keeler:  Graces  -  Early Warning
Somerset Barnard - Girls and Ganja, No Cocaine     Country, Blues, Roots, Alternative Country 27/11/2012
Somerset Barnard remembers going through his father's record collection "I remember listening to Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash and thinking that's what I want to do!"
Girls and Ganja, No Cocaine is about living life plaing music and enjoying chilling out with the finer things in life!

Smith and Jones - Small Town Woman     Country, Alternative Country, Blues 28/07/2017
Smith & Jones are a duo hailing from Bathurst and Tamworth respectively. Made up of keyboard player and vocalist Abby Smith and guitarist, harmonica player and vocalist Sophie Jones.
Small Town Woman is a subtle and intimate peek into the dreams and desires, as well as the pain, of a woman living and working in the country. Raw and quietly elegant, this single is a contrast to their lively debut, Baby Blue, but holds the listener with its honesty.

Smith and Jones - Baby Blue     Country, Alternative Country, Roots 19/04/2017
Smith & Jones are a duo hailing from Bathurst and Tamworth respectively. Made up of keyboard player and vocalist Abby Smith, with guitarist, harmonica player and vocalist Sophie Jones
‘Baby Blue,’ the first single from the debut album, is a banjo-led, harmony-filled track which explores the mind-set of a woman on the run. The accompanying film-clip (also produced by Michael Carpenter) was filmed at Mt Victoria Manor and features Xenia Pridmore as the lead actress.

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Smith & Jones - Your Achin' Heart     Country 15/02/2018
Fresh off the back of a hugely successful 2017 for alt-country duo Smith & Jones comes the third single from their debut album: the piano driven ‘Your Achin Heart.’
Featuring lead guitarist Matt Ferry, Your Achin’ Heart is a song about a broken-hearted man, suddenly alone in a world he no longer understands. Adrift and disconnected, entirely taken up by memory and long-forgotten joy, he grapples to grasp on to any small token of reality.

Smith & Jones - Secondhand Heart     Country 12/02/2019
Smith & Jones are an Australian Duo, comprised of Abby Smith & Sophie Jones.
Secondhand Heart ​deals with the everyday frustrations: the endless search for love and emotional fulfilment, and wanting to escape the everyday but being tied to a form of unsatisfying, mundane contentment. But never does Secondhand Heart ​wallow in sorrow, and it’s this refusal to be taken in by sadness that gives ​Secondhand Heart its intensity, and ultimately its beauty.

Smith & Jones - Running From Something     Country, Alternative, Folk 24/10/2019
Smith & Jones are one of the most exciting DUOS in the Australian Country / Americana scene.
Running From Something lets the girls' unique call-and-response style of arrangement and the sweetness of their vocal harmonies take centre stage. Running From Something both pokes fun at, as well as deeply questions the desire for love and companionship, and in the end serves as a reminder that there is joy and strength to be found in remaining solitary.

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Smiley Martin - 8.03 to 8.30 (Eight o three to eight three o)     Country, Folk, Easy Listening, Roots 25/08/2017
Sydney singer/songwriter Smiley Martin captures the emotion of life with stories of change, contrasting the beautiful NSW coastal east with scenes from the big city in his folk/contemporary songs.
8.03 to 8.30 harks back to the good old times when life was much simpler. No TV, but the enjoyment of hard work and leisure time enjoying music on the radio. Shared moments with family, tuning the wireless to your favourite show and singing along with the big artists broadcast.

Other tracks by Smiley Martin:  Turn Me Around  -  Jacaranda
Small Town Romance - Timber & Stone     Country, Alternative Country 10/08/2016
Fronted by Jim Arneman and Flora Smith Small Town Romance have been steadily garnering a fan base of true country music lovers everywhere they play.
The driving melancholic duet combines the flawless vocal blend of Jim and Flora. The haunting song is intimate and regretful, nostalgic and foreboding. There is an uneasiness to the track that will stay with you long after your first listen.

2017 AGE MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Country Album 'Small Town Romance'

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Small Town Romance - How It Goes     Country, Folk, Alternative Country 03/05/2018
Featuring water-tight harmonies and poetic lyricism, country outfit Small Town Romance present home-grown honky tonk that will stop you in your tracks one minute and have you dancing the next.
How It Goes is the new single form Small Town Romance. Situated firmly in the tradition of miserable, country duets, How It Goes tells of a mundane yet devastating break up. No fights, no public scenes, just the quiet tragedy of two people realising they no longer love each other.

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Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats - Oil City One-Step     Blues/Roots, Retro, Jazz 30/04/2013
Southern gothic, country blues and New Orleans meet in the filthy laneways of Melbourne City. Tenacious guitar, dramatic horns and clever lyricism. It's Troubadour rock 'n' roll.
An uptempo, layered tune about being in one place and wanting to be in another. Written when Stan was stuck in Canada trying to get back to New Orleans.

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Other tracks by Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats:  Moses  -  Fools and Handsome Men
Skyscraper Stan - This is your Captain Speaking     Country, Folk, Alternative Country, Live Performance 17/06/2016
Skyscraper Stan Woodhouse is a baritone voiced songwriter of impressive lyrical ability working across Australia in the troubadour tradition. He fronts Melbourne band Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats.
A song about being drunk and morose on a flight over the desert. Written while drunk and morose on a flight over the desert.

Skyscraper Stan - Tarcutta Shade     Country, Rock, Alternative Country 23/10/2018
Skyscraper" Stan Woodhouse lopes around the stage, 6’6” and stick thin, delivering characters and narratives in a powerful baritone flanked by his long time band.
Tarcutta Shade' is the latest single from rock n' roll troubadour Skyscraper Stan and his band The Commission Flats. Recorded at Woodstock Studios in Balaclava by Richard Stolz (Husky, Paul Kelly, Joe Camilleri) 'Tarcutta Shade' is a sonic depiction of one long, hot and sweaty day at a Riverina truckstop - where it's "40 degrees in the Tarcutta shade".

Skyscraper Stan - On Your Corner     Country, Folk, Alternative Country 07/02/2019
"Skyscraper" Stan Woodhouse lopes around the stage, 6’6” and stick thin, delivering characters and narratives in a powerful baritone flanked by his long time band.
Written in a Darwin hotel room halfway through a gruelling solo tour and recorded at Woodstock studios in Melbourne it is typical of Stan’s work - rich in imagery, honest, heart wrenching and at times a little tongue in cheek. Marlon Williams-esque in tone and instrumentation, Stan's echoey voice drifts across a moody score of percussion, guitar and backing vocals.

Skyscraper Stan - A Man Misunderstood     Country, Folk, Live Performance, Alternative Country 17/06/2016
Skyscraper Stan Woodhouse is a baritone voiced songwriter of impressive lyrical ability working across Australia in the troubadour tradition. He fronts Melbourne band Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats.
Some of Stan's most impressive lyrical work appears in this track. A rambling tale of seeking fortune with an unknown partner in a strange city.

SixFeet - My Mother Said     Rock, Alternative Country, Garage, Retro 06/10/2016
In a suburban Melbourne bedroom, childhood friends Ike and Charlie blended a smorgasbord of classic sounds and feelings into their fresh, garage-y debut album SixFeet.
A melancholy tale of love and marriage set against a bouncy country skip, featuring lush vocal harmonies with just a hint of surf all held together by Ike's raspy croon.

Other tracks by SixFeet:  Gospel Song  -  Private Lives
Sinead Burgess - Reno     Country, Pop, Rock, Roots 20/09/2019
Currently based in Nashville TN, Brissy singer/ songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Sinead Burgess is set to return to Oz in September for the first C2C Music Festival in Sydney & Brisbane.
Co-written with McKay Stevens & Chad Wolf of LA Indie pop/ folk band "The Federal Empire", Burgess has returned with "Reno", reflecting tones of an Americana-laced Sheryl Crow. Burgess' lyrics have a feeling of dreamy hope & laid back sass, instantly placing you in an old 70s Thunderbird convertible chasing down dreams on Route 66.