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Arna Georgia - Broke and Single     Country 09/12/2017
Arna Georgia is a country music singer/ songwriter born and raised in Sans Souci in the city of Sydney and is now located in Newcastle.
Broke and Single the second single off Midnight Carousel and was co-written with singer/songwriter Michael Carpente. It's a light-hearted approach on the ups and downs of being in your 20’s, spending all your money on wine and clothes and spending Saturday nights at home with your cat.

Simply Bushed - No More Holdens     Country 09/12/2017
Simply Bushed (Paul Grierson and Chris Rieger) is known to deliver songs that really cut to the heart of the Australian Psyche.
When the last Australian made Holden rolled off the production line in October this year, Holden fans mourned the loss of car manufacturing in the country. This played on the minds of Simply Bushed frontmen Paul Grierson and Chris Rieger and No More Holdens was born.

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Carpenter Caswell - Too Young, Too Cute, Too Pretty     Country, Alternative Country 06/12/2017
2 of Australia's most celebrated and decorated singer/songwriters.
The track discusses the plight of the ‘mature’ performer who inadvertently attracts attention during a gig. Is it real, or make believe? Does it even matter?

Paula Standing - Pity Me     Country, Folk, Alternative Country 06/12/2017
Classically trained, turned Folkie - Paula Standing
The lyrics tell the story of a dysfunctional relationship bust up. This wasn’t the first time, so she saw it coming and predicted it was probably the last time.

The War of Ideas - The Beauty of Solitude     Rock, Folk 06/12/2017
The War of Ideas are a five piece outfit who successfully blur the lines between singer-songwriter, alternative, indie-folk, rock and pop altogether evading any categorisation.
Petrie wrote this song the day after watching "Searching For Sugar Man". "One of my take-aways from the film, is that it's easy to forget to make time to sit and reflect. To enjoy what you have, and not to worry about what you don't have."

Other tracks by The War of Ideas:  A Stranger to Wisdom  -  The Bitter End
Norma O'Hara Murphy - Sarah's Memory     Country 30/11/2017
Over the last thirty years Norma O’Hara Murphy has written many fine songs. They have ranged from contemporary, country, bush ballads, comedy & more recently Celtic & folk.
Described as one of the most beautiful country songs ever recorded and featuring Tommy Emmanuel on guitar with Larry Mahoborac on Piano. Recorded at Festival Records at the famous Pyrmont Studios and now released on this wonderful collection 'Sweet Love'.

Bronwyn Æather - Second Line     Folk, Jazz, Blues 29/11/2017
Born in Tasmania, Bronwyn Eather came to Sydney to study acting, following her pioneering work as a linguist in Arnhem Land. Her songwriting shows a love of language and performance.
A fictional tale featuring the mother of the kingpin, recently deceased, and the spectacle of his New Orleans-style funeral. Story told from the perspective of someone from the outer circle. The mother, as an older woman, is fierce, proud and strong, and emerges as the Queen of the Scene.

Other tracks by Bronwyn Æather:  Crooked Tree  -  Rhyme and Reason
Luan Baldwin - For the M.E.D.s     Folk, Country, Acoustic, Alternative Country 29/11/2017
Luan is a uniquely Australian story-teller who writes from his experiences in life, love, loss and years spent at sea. Modern Australian country folk music
A ballad; day in the life of a chief engineer working off the east coast.

Other tracks by Luan Baldwin:  Blow My Way  -  Long Way Round
Eddie Cole - Count the Cost     Folk, Acoustic, Roots, Easy Listening 28/11/2017
'Introducing the Eddie Cole Songbook' is an EP from Victorian artistEddie Cole. It follows 2010's ABC Radio National album of the week, 'Groove Eddy Overload',and 'The Yellingbo Recordings'.
'Count the cost' is a soulful ballad on the shattering of love's illusion and the bitter taste of heartbreak.

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Other tracks by Eddie Cole:  Swept Away  -  Settle Your Debt
Kora Naughton - I Don't Wanna Grow Up     Country, Pop 28/11/2017
At just 16, Kora Naughton, is reminiscent of a young Kasey Chambers and is further proof that we are witnessing one of the most exciting new talents on the scene.
"I Don't Wanna Grow Up" is the new single from 16 year old Southern Stars Rising Star winner, Kora Naughton. The tune is reminiscent of a young Kasey Chambers or Catherine Britt and proof that we're witnessing one of the most exciting new talents on the Australian Country Music scene.

Liam Kennedy-Clark - Smile Like That     Country, Rock, Easy Listening 27/11/2017
Hailing from the serene Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Liam is a talented multi-instrumentalist as well as a gifted singer/songwriter.
Smile Like That is a catchy country track that brings to life the magic of a girls smile and falling for her over and over again.

Brendan Smoother - Big Black Car     Country, Folk 25/11/2017
Combining heartfelt songwriting and an eye for a story, Brendan Smoother prides himself on songs that count for something.
Brendan Smoother is back with another captivating story song, Big Black Car. Co-written with one of the loveliest ladies of song, Lola Brinton and produced by the multi talented Michael Carpenter. Big Black Car is a mysterious tune set at the ‘Alternate’ end of Australian country music.

The Quick & The Dead - Chapter I     Rock, Rockabilly, Country, Alternative Country 25/11/2017
The Quick & The Dead combine elements of hard rock with a blues sound to deliver a masterpiece musical fusion. This is an act unlike any other in Australia.
Chapter I sends you back to the old west. A time when violence became intertwined with love, faith &alcohol. The country-inspired hooks roll off the riffs like whiskey from a tumbler as the vocals set the scene for our hero. It produces a fusion as exciting as the west itself.

Chris Williams - Live In The Moment     Country, Rock 24/11/2017
Country Rock Singer-Songwriter Chris Williams is stirring up waves on the Australian country music scene. Influenced by Fleetwood Mac, Keith Urban and Tom Petty, Chris' songs will lift your spirits.
Chris’ brand new single, LIVE IN THE MOMENT is a catchy guitar driven song that has a great summer feel to it. The song is about leaving your worries and stresses behind and living in the present with friends and family and taking time to enjoy life.

Henry Wagons - Tower of Song     Country, Alternative Country, Cover Version 22/11/2017
Henry Wagons is an Australian singer/songwriter, musician, radio & TV personality and front-man of the outlaw country rock band, Wagons who have released six albums in Australia.
Fresh from his AIR Award win for ‘Best Independent Country Album’ for his album “After What I Did Last Night’, Henry Wagons drops captivating rendition of Leonard Cohen classic ‘Tower of Song’.

Lee Kernaghan - Drive On     Country 22/11/2017
CMC Hall of Fame inductee, Lee Kernagha, is no doubt one of Australia’s most successful music artists of all time.
The Boys From The Bush 25th Anniversary Tour features all of Lee’s classic hits, ballads and rural anthems that have won him a nationwide legion of fans that he prefers to call ‘mates’.

2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Independent Country Album (The 25th Anniversary Album)

Anais - To Our Home     Country, Folk, Pop 17/11/2017
From festivals to competitions, Anais has won her audiences over with her heartfelt lyrics and spirited stage presence. Anais' mature and relatable songwriting is unique for artists her age.
'To Our Home' stemmed from a place of adventure and free spirit, that little bit of curiosity that we all have inside of us. It encourages listeners to live life boldly and without regret. This tune is uplifting and fun, just like life should be.

Other tracks by Anais:  My Veins  -  Push Through
Michaela Jenke - Black River     Country 17/11/2017
Hailing from the Barossa Valley in South Australia, Michaela Jenke is a singer/songwriter whoisn’t afraid to push the boundaries of music categorisation.
Michaela co-wrote Black River with one of Australia’s most acclaimed songwriters, Allan Caswell. The song evolved from a writing session the pair had at this year’s Academy of Country Music in Tamworth. The bluegrassy, alt country track echoes a tale of mystery and secrecy.




Shelley Minson & Issi Dye - Frankie & Johnny     Country, Rockabilly 17/11/2017
Shelley has been celebrating the release of her debut album ROCKABILITY with a launch at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly weekend in Las Vegas.
Tamworth Rockabilly singer Shelley Minson and Australian veteran entertainer Issi Dye have recently collaborated on a new version of an old classic - Frankie and Johnny.
The song’s origins can be traced back to the late 1800s.

The Stetson Family - Brother     Country, Alternative Country, Folk, Acoustic 17/11/2017
Celebrating their 10 year anniversary in 2017, The Stetson Family continue to deliver their spirited, free-wheeling bluegrass and gritty alt-country infused with lush harmonies.
'Brother', written by Nad Budge, is about her two brothers and their place in her life, being there for each other through good times and bad and having each others backs covered.