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Johnny Shilo - Never Make You Cry     Country, Easy Listening, Indie, Alternative 20/12/2019
Johnny Shilo is a special kind of talent showing in his performance continually by the way he surprises audiences being a small guy with a big man's deep versatile voice.
This track *Never Make You Cry* came about as he was working on a project (being his latest album) *All things New* collaborating with Marion-Juanita Shilo writing four of the songs and so her first time having her song's recorded and Johnny's first time composing the music. Marion and Johnny have been complimented as to be a great songwriting team.

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Marty Boff - Who I Am     Country, Alternative 20/12/2019
Marty Boff, an acrobatic musician who can build his own robots, is shoehorning his way into music while also producing and starring in the YouTube series Skateboarding Rockstar Ninja Cowboy.
"Who I Am" describes the ruthless and persistent character of "The Cowboy" from Skateboarding Rockstar Ninja Cowboy on YouTube. The song comes from the album "Ballad of the Ninja Cowboy Vol I", which is dedicated to this character.

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Other tracks by Marty Boff:  Make the Devil Cry  -  That Black Crow
Spike Flynn - Invisible Things (take up the most space)     Country, Roots, Folk 20/12/2019
Singer-songwriter, Australian themes predominate. From Central West NSW originally. Country style. Narrative songs to be 'listened to'.
This track, from an unreleased album, is based on the idea of 'invisible things' and how they are the most important things in life. It's an affirming song, saying that the 'small' things in life are ultimately the most valuable.

Ben Mitchell - Falling Down To Earth     Country, Folk, Roots 17/12/2019
Ben Mitchell's latest album is “His fourth and finest album...the sound is intimate and warm. This is a gentle record but it leaves a lasting impression.” The Music (Jeff Jenkins)
Slapback electric guitar courtesy of co-producer Matt Walker who also does a sweet little solo later in the piece. Acoustic track that feels like it was recorded on the back of a horse. It wasn't. We had a studio and everything.

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Craig Brumby - Singing Angel     Country, Pop, Rock, Folk 17/12/2019
A solo act writing from the heart about things that matter and life experiences. A mix of country pop and folk rock.
Singing Angel was written about a good friend and singer/songwriter leaving the country. They were an inspiration and great help with songwriting. It is about wanting good people to stay close by.

Ingrid Mae - An Angel Said Hello     Country, Easy Listening 17/12/2019
Ingrid Mae is an artist known for her bold country sound. Inspired by performers who pioneered rock yet with the swag and sensibilities of blues/soul, her music's heartfelt and raw.
Ingrid Mae’s new track An Angel Said Hello leaves many listeners in tears. Evoking such vulnerable emotion, Ingrid was reluctant to record the track. It’s only on the insistence of her partner that she put her doubts aside; and the result is sublime. Long-time guitarist Bradley-Bergen delivers a touching acoustic melody and Ingrid’s vocal weaves a poignant journey for listeners.

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THE FLOYD BLACK BAND - Ironstone Ironbark and The Old Campaspe River     Country, Alternative, Experimental, Folk 17/12/2019
The Floyd Black Band hail from Campaspe River country in Central Victoria. Band members are Floyd Black, Sweet Sunshine Sue and Dusty Mann.
Ironstone Ironbark and The Old Campaspe River is about the history of this river in central Victoria which starts in the Macedon Ranges Shire and flows into the mighty Murray River.

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The Western Suntones - Selena     Country, Rock, Blues, Folk 17/12/2019
The Western Suntones are from Perth, W.A. and their sound is reminiscent of 70's country rock. Their music blends country, folk and blues creating a modern Country/Americana sound.
Selena is about a girl who loves to party and drink tequila which she never buys. Her hapless companion who is besotted by her is drawn into her partying world and is suffering because of it. It's an uptempo dance number which draws on Honky Tonk country and Rockabilly. It's a favourite at gigs and is a fun tune.

Other tracks by The Western Suntones:  Long Way Home  -  Down The Line
theBlueShamrocks - Blowin' In The Wind     Country, Easy Listening 15/12/2019
Professional fun upbeat country music band, delivering good vibes and beats to dance to, to appeal to all ages across communities
Blowin' In The Wind is a jive based country version remake of Bob Dylans hit Blowin in the Wind, offers a new dynamic direction upbeat version of a classic tune.

Wendy Ford - Hippy Cowgirl     Country, Rock 15/12/2019
Wendy Ford is set to launch her album, Good Medicine, on 15 December to all digital platforms and CD. These are some tracks that are already getting some radio love.
Hippy Cowgirl is a fun, tongue-in-cheek romp very pertinent to the times as it promotes sustainable farming techniques.

Other tracks by Wendy Ford:  Clean House  -  Out There on the Plains
Chris Matthews feat. Brad Butcher & Jen Mize - Table of Knowledge     Country, Rock, Roots 14/12/2019
Australian story teller; a unique guitarist of extraordinary ability; a man whose touring exploits almost redefine the word “troubadour”; a remarkable songwriter.....Chris Matthews is one of a kind.
With one of the catchiest hooks than this side of a fishing line, and with the sublime vocals of Brad Butcher and Jen Mize along for the ride, Chris Matthews has released the 2nd single from the forthcoming album "Little Bit Long Way". Superbly recorded, magnificently performed, and with a groove that just won't quit, its absolutely top notch.

Palomino III - Rodeo     Country, Roots, Blues, Folk 14/12/2019
Sunshine Coast three piece Palomino III churn out a fantastic sound with their intriguing and layered stories of life founded in the roots with an authentic flavour of Americana.
The song Rodeo takes the metaphor of life as a rodeo, initially inspired by the artist's observation that to make significant changes in ones life and to choose a different way acknowledging the rocky ride that often times comes as part of the deal.

There are always choices, you get back on the horse or you find another circus...

Aleyce Simmonds & John Williamson - Three Sons     Country, Folk, Alternative 13/12/2019
2018 Golden Guitar winner Aleyce Simmonds today releases a new single and duet with ARIA Hall of Fame member and Australian icon John Williamson.
My dad loved this song and I snuck the home phone away one day when I heard on the local radio station that they had a competition running to win a copy of the single. I tried my luck and asked John Williamson if we would sing a duet with me on his song. To my surprise, he said YES!!!

Ashleigh Dallas - Candles Burning     Country 13/12/2019
Third generation in a country music family dynasty, it is no surprise multiple Golden Guitar Winner Ashleigh Dallas took to the music scene like a duck to water.
‘Candles Burning’ captures the heartache and restlessness that follows during the grief process of a loved one. How often you honor their traditions in the hope to feel them close and as if they are even still around. Written from the heart after Ashleigh lost her Grandfather “Dah”.

Craig Brumby - Christmas Girl     Country, Pop, Folk 10/12/2019
A solo act writing from the heart about things that matter and life experiences. A mix of country pop and folk rock.
Christmas Girl was written about his then-girlfriend (now wife) and how he wouldn't be seeing her for Christmas. It talks about the feeling of knowing someone won't be there and how memories are not as good as the real thing.

A passionate love song to make anyone's heart melt.

Graham Gould - Goodbye Lover, Hello Friend     Country, Country, Pop 10/12/2019
My songs have been heard globally with some chart success in Europe. Once nominated for Album of the Year in Victoria. A New Zealand Guitar winner in their awards.
The song was written by the artist and self produced.

Other tracks by Graham Gould:  There's a New Way  -  Crazy
Rory Ellis - Bitumen Cowboys     Country, Folk, Blues, Easy Listening 10/12/2019
“Rory Ellis is one of those singer/songwriters, like Leonard Cohen, who makes the hairs on your arms stand up by simply opening his mouth.”- Brett Callwood: Acoustic Magazine UK.
Days, weeks, spent apart from the comforts of home, family, lonely nights holed up in a truck cabin.

There is sadness in separation, solitude in the miles, and stress to make ends meet for the ones they leave behind.

This song is dedicated to those men and women whose passion for the open road makes the world go round.

Benn Gunn - Luckiest Man Alive     Country, Pop 09/12/2019
Benn Gunn is a true blue Aussie playing his own unique brand of Aussie heartland rock combined with his Aussie humor.
‘Luckiest Man Alive’ is a fun, mid-tempo romantic love song filled with black cats, broken mirrors, rabbit foots and four leaf clovers. This is the perfect feel-good song for anyone who's ever been in love.

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The Buffalo Grass Boys - Daydream     Country, Folk 09/12/2019
The Buffalo Grass Boys are a rocking bunch of guys who play Alt Country/Rockabilly/Country music and hail from Sydney, Australia.
Daydream is a song about the complications of relationships...a song about longing...wishing for something different, but not having the ability to change it. It’s about love gone wrong and how we as humans often create a reality in our head that might not be how real life is unfolding. It can all be a daydream…

Jürgen Joarder - This Town     Country, Indie, Alternative, Roots 07/12/2019
Jürgen Joarder is the songwriter, singer and guitarist with Sydney band Driving South. He is also releasing solo versions of the band's songs.
The song was written after reading a short story about the domestic abuse that occurred in a country town in the 60s.

The town knows but does nothing until one victim decides to confront the town with the evidence that the town can no longer ignore.

A solo version of the song played live by Sydney band Driving South.