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Brian Raynor - Where The River Bends     Country, Folk, Pop 10/03/2020
Brian Raynor is an Adelaide-based singer/songwriter/composer and entertainer.
This song was written as a tribute to all those the brave country firefighters who put their lives on the line to keep us safe.

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Allan Caswell - Hard Times And Struggle     Country 09/03/2020
Caswell’s 8th Golden Guitar has come 40 years after his first in 1980 … 40 years and still relevant.
Allan Caswell’s new single ‘Hard Times And Struggle’ (from his upcoming album ‘Tequila Amnesia’) is a quirky, original take on the classic talking songs of the 60s and 70s like ‘Big Bad John’, ‘Ringo’ and ‘A Boy Named Sue’. The song was written with 8 Ball Aitken and produced in Melbourne by Damian Cafarella.

Billy and the Bandits - Whats This Country Coming To     Country, Alternative, Rock 09/03/2020
Billy and The Bandits is a country rock band from the Central Coast of Australia. From ballads to anthems and country rock, there's something for everyone with the Bandits.
Whats This Country Coming To is the first release form Billy and The Bandits. The song explores the impact of the Vietnam War on Australia and aims to unite Australian's in the fight for a better country.

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Other tracks by Billy and the Bandits:  The Bandits Rolled Into Town  -  Raisin Hell
Harvey Russell - Liquid Damage     Country, Rock 06/03/2020
Harvey Russell is a Sydney alt/country artist who released his debut solo album 'Liquid Damage' in late 2019. Russell was featured in Rhythms magazine and on the prestigious website AmericanaUK.
Liquid Damage is the title track and latest single to come from Harvey Russell's debut solo album. It's a haunting, feedback-laden tale of drinking and damage which cuts to the heart of country music, both the tough and tender sides of the tracks. It finds Harvey high on confidence and channeling his muse with clarity and a full heart.

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Matthew Munro - Sold My Soul     Country, Soul 02/03/2020
Bundaberg based singer-songwriter Matthew Munro was born to perform. Matthew’s songs are a heartfelt journey and reflection on life stories both old and new.
'Sold My Soul' - Is a heartfelt look at where your focus’s are and what’s important in life. ‘The good looking girl’, moving away from a small town. You can experience these things only to discover that the grass is not always greener and it doesn’t always go to plan and you just end up questioning life.

GOOD WILL REMEDY - Saturday Night     Country, Rock 28/02/2020
Good Will Remedy harness all that’s good from country, alt country and rock and mix it all together in a southern fried feel-good alt Countryesque Americana style all their own.
Saturday Night is a a song about Saturday Night!- its about forgetting about the week thats was...and the week that will be and just enjoying the moment!

Rachael Dee - Little Eyes     Country, Folk 28/02/2020
Rachael Dee is a singer songwriter from Central Queensland, Australia. She is passionate about connecting with people with her bold sound and bubbly personality.
The debut single from Rachael Dee looks at the world through the eyes of children.

Little Eyes celebrates the innocence of and lessons that children can teach us and encourages listeners to live in the moment.

The collaboration with award-winning writer Matt Scullion was born at the 2018 CMAA Academy of Country Music and completed within an hour.

Simone Keane - Man on the Pavement     Country, Folk, Roots, Easy Listening 28/02/2020
Simone Keane is a WA based WAM award winning songwriter. She has released four albums.
Written and composed by Simone's father Colin Keane. About a homeless man reminiscing about his childhood. Another man who lives in an apartment, looks down at the homeless man wondering if he go and say hello. Produced by Mick Crannage in Albany WA. Features Ellie Honeybone on violin, Mick Crannage on electric guitar, bass and percussion.

Fanny Lumdsen - This Too Shall Pass     Country, Easy Listening 27/02/2020
Hailing from the Upper Murray, Lumsden has two ARIA nominated Albums, an ARIA Country Chart-topping album, two Golden Guitars, a CMC Award, her own label and successful touring brand.
This Too Shall Pass is a soothing, harmony-laden track, which serves as a timely reminder that our scorched land will regenerate.

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Jamie Lindsay - Simple Life     Country, Blues, Soul, Roots 27/02/2020
Born on the Apple Isle, Jamie Lindsay is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, performer and music producer who has been living and working in Sydney since 2001.
“Simple Life” is a = little gem, Jamie sings about his love for the country way of life and getting away from the big city.

With a catchy melody and a very contagious beat, “Simple Life” will no doubt have you tapping your feet and singing at the top of your lungs!

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Ray Jones - Die Tryin'     Country 26/02/2020
Ray Jones is a singer songwriter based in southwest WA, who blends influences of Americana with his own brand of country.
Ray Jones is a singer songwriter based in southwest WA, who blends influences of Americana with his own brand of country. His first single 'Die Tryin’ is lifted from his album 'Sleeping Rough' produced by Bill Chambers, and is based on a brush with death and going for broke with a fresh plan.

Norma O'Hara Murphy - Bundarra Dust     Country 25/02/2020
Norma O'Hara Murphy has always been a totally Australian package someone who is proud to be Aussie and has taken her music to the world.
‘Bundarra Dust’ is a song about a special little town inspired by the campdraft there. Run by campdrafters and locals, this is one of the best campdraft events in Australia. Norma and her husband spent six months living there in a big coach on a property en route to their current home at Bony Mountain Southern Queensland.

Ronie Joudo - Cruisin' Along     Country, Easy Listening 25/02/2020
Ronnie Joudo is a Country singer/song writer living in the south western suburbs of Sydney. This is Ronnie's first released single.
I wrote the song “Cruisin’ Along” based on an old Ford that I had seen. I immediately fell in love with the car and I pictured myself cruisin’ along down a country road with the windows down and blaring the speakers listening to some of my favourite Country artists.

Kristy James - Black Heart     Country, Rock, Alternative, Blues 24/02/2020
A Multi-Award Winning Country Singer with a punchy rock edge to her music.
A soulful, deep and meaningful track that peers into the heart of people who have no empathy, show lack of emotion and love. This song will have you thinking of all of the people you have ever met who bare the mark of the Black Heart.

Billie Rose - Kick Her To The Curb     Country, Alternative, Indie 21/02/2020
North West Queensland, singer-songwriter Billie Rose has created her own niche country sound, songs that reveal a sincerity and depth well beyond her young age.
I had this idea of writing a song about being in the position of the ‘’other woman’’. I wanted the song to come from her perspective of how she feels about being the mistress and that she has finally had enough of sharing what she thinks is hers."

Michelle Cashman - Guys Like You     Country, Folk, Rock 21/02/2020
Michelle Cashman is a singer-songwriter who wears her heart on her sleeve. She is raw, real and down to earth and has stories to sing from a life truly lived.
Finding strength to leave a toxic relationship is at the heart of Michelle Cashman’s rocking new single, Guys Like You. This is no man-hating song, Michelle hopes that anyone stuck in a terrible relationship can hear this song and leave. Wearing her heart on her sleeve, this song offers hope and encouragement.

Natalie Pearson - Let 'Em Talk     Country, Pop, Rock 21/02/2020
Natalie Pearson is giving her fans something to talk about and the likes of The Wolfe Brothers, Travis Collins and Adam Brand are paying attention.
An edgy, powerful song with something to say. Words can lift a person up, and they can tear a person down. Ignore the noise and shine for who you are, "Let 'Em Talk". Producer Adrian Hannan (Vanessa Amorosi, Delta Goodrem, Gabriella Cilmi), showcases Natalie’s incredible vocal range and strength in the sassy country-rock track.

Danny Walsh Banned - Old Disco     Country, Rock 19/02/2020
For over a decade, Melbourne-based outfit Danny Walsh Banned have been tearing apart the Victorian live music scene with their blistering concoction of psych, swamp-rock, blues and vintage rock'n’roll.
Danny Walsh Banned return to their alt-country roots with ‘Old Disco’, a lament on the gentrification of city nightlife scenes through the eyes of a long-faded raver. The single features special guests Kat Mear (Cash Savage) on fiddle and vocals, and Chris Altmann on pedal steel.

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Dave Wright & The Midnight Ramblers - Railway Song     Country, Roots, Alternative 19/02/2020
Dave Wright & The Midnight Ramblers play uptempo Australiana- folk with a bluegrass twist heavy on the harmonies with soaring fiddle and rollicking banjo.
A rollicking up tempo stomper of a tune about a man who flees from the law to hide in a railway gang building the Great Overland. Featuring an infectious fiddle and banjo lick, a rousing chorus, and soaring fiddle solo, Railway Song is widescreen Australiana.

Harmony - Lights     Country, Pop, Rock, Blues 19/02/2020
Known for their beautiful harmonies, Janine and Fiona write and perform their own songs ranging from country to bluesy/pop rock. From Foster, Victoria, Harmony are currently recording their debut album.
With a mixture of sadness and frustration combined with an overwhelming desire from Harmony to help those impacted by the bushfires, Lights literally wrote itself.