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The Woodpickers - Georgeous     Country, Blues 01/11/2011
The Woodpickers and the recording project of Australian musician/songwriter John Murphy. The Woodpickers make acoustic music blending country/roots/blues/folk and bluegrass.
For my wife. A love song. One word: georgeous.

Other tracks by The Woodpickers:  The Devil and Jesus  -  The Book Of Wonder
The Woodpickers - Bakelite Babies     Country, Alternative Country, Roots, Easy Listening 18/02/2017
The Woodpickers is a recording project of John Murphy. Over the past 20 years three CD's have been released. Turning Blue is the forth, featuring performers from the Blue Mountains.
A look at the baby boomers through abakelite radio, both yesterday and today. Vocals by Mark O'Connor.

Other tracks by The Woodpickers:  The Wish  -  Turning Blue
The Woodland Hunters - Meteor To My Heart     Country, Alternative Country, Psychedelic, Rock 15/09/2017
Melbourne-based alt-country, psychedelic-tinged four-piece band. Let's Fall Apart is their debut album, produced by Shane O'Mara. Nine original songs that critic Bernard Zuel suggests are more Rolling Stones than Beatles.
A slice of jangle pop with nods to the The Byrds and Big Star. Singer Andrew Tanner says the track is ‘either about the first flush of new love – or the stoic acceptance that happiness is an often random event beyond our control. I can’t work out which one’.

The Wolfe Brothers - You Got To Me     Country 25/10/2014
Hot off their #2 ARIA country and Top 15 ARIA main album chart, ‘Nothin’ But Trouble’; The Wolfe Brothers release their latest single “You Got To Me”.
The video for “You Got To Me” is set to premier in just a few weeks and was filmed in Leichardt. In the interim, The Wolfe Brothers continue to tour the country with shows as far flung as Alice Springs and as close as their hometown of Hobart.

The Wolfe Brothers - That Kinda Night     Country 05/09/2014
Australia’s favourite rockers The Wolfe Brothers return with their sophomore album ‘Nothin’ But Trouble’, to be released on September 5, 2014, through ABC Music/Universal.
The band recorded ‘Nothin’ But Trouble’ over two weeks at Studio 301 in Byron Bay, where they were joined by US producer-extraordinaire Luke Wooten (Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley & Kellie Pickler).

The Wolfe Brothers - Lovin' in the Summertime     Country 15/10/2013
The Wolfe Brothers are without doubt Australian Country Music’s hottest new act!
‘Lovin’ In The Summertime’ is a bulls-eye Wolfe Brothers Country-Rock Hit and is the Summer Party Anthem for 2014!

It is mixed and co-produced by Nashville hit-maker Luke Wooten, who produced the latest CMA Award-nominated album Home from US superstar Dierks Bentley and albums for US star Kellie Pickler.

Other tracks by The Wolfe Brothers:  The Girl, The Bottle, The Memory  -  It's On
The Wolfe Brothers - Ain't Seen It Yet     Country, Rock, Alternative Country 14/02/2018
The Wolfe Brothers - one of the most exciting country rock bands to emerge out of Australia
The video for Ain’t Seen It Yet was filmed in the band’s hometown of Tasmania on the ‘Wolfe Brothers Berry Farm’ – the family farm of over 120 years – and is available to view now.

2018 ARIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Country Album

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The Wilson Pickers - Pulled Apart By Horses     Blues/Roots, Folk, Country 09/09/2016
Ben Salter, Sime Nugent, Andrew Morris, Danny Widdicombe and John Bedggood, form The Wilson Pickers, five of Australia’s finest singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalists.
Back from a five year hiatus after beloved member Danny Widdicombe undertook treatment for Leukemia. The Wilson Pickers return with a stellar third album ‘You Can’t Catch Fish from a Train’ .

NOMINEE 2017 AIR AWARDS - Best Independent Blues & Roots Album

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The Wildes - Ballad of a Young Married Man     Country, Rock, Folk 12/10/2009
The Wildes and a dark and dirty Alt-Country band from Melbourne.
A medium paced alt-country tune. Think murder ballads, revenge etc.

The Whiskey Drop - Running Wild     Country, Alternative Country, Folk, Rock 13/11/2015
With a great fondness for Honky Tonk’s lyrical imagery and straightforward approach The Whiskey Drop bring some new method to an old recipe.
Story of a lost soul.

Other tracks by The Whiskey Drop:  Seven Days  -  Ship In a Bottle
The Weeping Willows - Travellin' Man     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 13/10/2017
4 Time Golden Guitar Finalists and CMC Music Award Finalists, The Weeping Willows.
Travellin' Man, Co-written with Golden Guitar Winner, Lachlan Bryan, speaks of the realities of an itinerant musician and the pressures placed on those in these positions, in love. Realities that Andy and Laura manage to avoid in real life.

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The Weeping Willows - The Pale Rider     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 05/05/2017
Four time Golden Guitar Nominated Country-Folk Duo, The Weeping Willows.
The Appalachian-inspired banjo heard in the Pale Rider, intrudes into the surrounding mix like the footfalls of the unflagging, pursuing horseman, unspoken dread lurking behind Laura and Andy’s hushed vocal as they lead us toward an inevitable outcome: the pale rider has found me…

ON TOUR
MAY
ACT/VIC/NSW/QLD/TAS/WA

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Other tracks by The Weeping Willows:  Fallen Ring  -  River of Gold
The Weeping Willows - Down Below     Country, Folk, Alternative Country, Acoustic 26/03/2013
The Weeping Willows are an acoustic, folk-laced, country-tinged duo. Andrew Wrigglesworth and Laura Coates are a couple of old souls, steeped in bluegrass tradition and draped in gothic Americana imagery.
Down Below is a lament for lost salvation with nods to Johnny Cash and Doc Watson, driven by steel-string guitar picking and 50's style, male and female duet harmonies.

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Other tracks by The Weeping Willows:  Hold On  -  North Wind
The Weeping Willows - Devil's Road     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 25/06/2019
5 x Golden Guitar Nominated and 4 x CMC Awards Finalists, The Weeping Willows hit the road in support of their new single, ‘Devil’s Road’
'Devil's Road' is the fifth and final single from The Weeping Willows' sophomore album, Before Darkness Comes A-Callin’.

Appropriately, Lachlan Bryan – that most restless of Australian Alt-Country wanderers – co-wrote ‘Devil’s Road’, a tale of a treacherous, infernal highway scored by portentous fiddle and brooding blues guitar…

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The Weeping Willows & Allan Caswell - The Roses Fall     Country, Alternative Country 10/04/2018
Golden Guitar and CMC Finalists, The Weeping Willows & Golden Guitar Winner, Allan Caswell have teamed up to write and record the poignant, The Roses Fall.
At its heart “The Roses Fall” is a love song and a story song. The couple in the song was created to tell story of the effect that the War had on ordinary Australian people. Damian Cafarella produced “The Roses Fall” at his End Of The Road studio in Melbourne.

The Wedded Bliss - Floodwater     Country, Rockabilly, Blues 28/07/2011
‘The Wedded Bliss are just plain wonderful, a rose scented brew of beer-tap poetry and narrative country with a side plate of 50s rock melody. Cheerful, melancholy, funny…’ BMA Magazine.
A hard-drivin' acoustic blues/rockabilly number. 'Floodwater' is a euphemism for getting drunk. The character in the song - in typical hard country fashion - has lost his girl..and decides to go and get blotto...with the typical consequences. Gene meets Hank with a little nod to the Louvin Bros.

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Other tracks by The Wedded Bliss:  Teenage Soap Star
The Wedded Bliss - Close enough for Rock 'n Roll     Rock, Blues, Roots, Rockabilly 02/10/2009
The Wedded Bliss places its faith in the blues, country, jazz & gospel. The songs weave honest tales of love, drunkenness, poverty, desire, faith & hope.
60s/70s style toe tapping roots boogie a-la The Rolling Stones, T-Rex etc. A song dedicated to anyone who has ever wanted to quit their job for the rock n' roll lifestyle.

Other tracks by The Wedded Bliss:  Saturday Evening Sinner, Sunday Morning Saint  -  Save you're Bitching for the Old Folks Home
The Wayward Henrys - Tears Are Grey     Country 16/09/2016
TWH have rolled down a rocky road and turned their journey into song. Music is the grease in their engine. Songwriting is the soldering iron that’s kept their chassis together.
‘Tears are Grey’, I wrote about a friend who was fairly unlucky in love,” explains Natalie, “and then Brock came home and said, ‘Yeah I like it, what about 'this ain’t just our break up song, this can be sung by anyone' and I loved it.

The Wayward Henrys - Early Grave     Country, Alternative Country 04/03/2016
The Wayward Henrys are a husband and wife, Newcastle based duo in the alt country vein, heavily influenced by their travels and vagabond spirit.  
The concept has been taken from a story that Natalie (one half of The Wayward Henrys) read about murderer, Israel Keyes.  This track is not only a tale of a deranged man but the helplessness of a beautiful young girl.

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The Water Runners - The Braidwood Mail     Country, Alternative 18/09/2019
The Water Runners hail from Kiama NSW and have become a popular act at pubs, clubs, festivals playing a high energy blend of folk with bluegrass, country and rockabilly influences.
The Braidwood Mail is written from the point of view of a man who decided to join the notorious Clarke Brothers who robbed and killed people across the south coast. Danita Harris, the young fiddle player, wrote the instrumental to this piece.

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Other tracks by The Water Runners:  Point of No Return  -  perceptive Man