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Fiona O'Shea & The Passengers - Walk Like A Giant     Country, Rock, Blues 01/02/2020
Sequins, neon, faded jeans and vintage tees. Fiona O'Shea & The Passengers have that kind of rocking country vibe. On full throttle right from the get-go they're contagious and catchy.
Walk Like A Giant is the anchor to a rocking six track release. A powerful song about being the best version you can be driven by its rootsy rhythm and solid vocals. A lighthouse song in times of trouble, it is hopeful and inspirational.... "shine like a diamond, sing like a siren, roar like a lion, walk like a giant..."

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Other tracks by Fiona O'Shea & The Passengers:  Little Red Riding Hood  -  Daisy Chain
Swamp Dawkins - Hell it's Hot Down Here     Country, Rock, Comedy 01/02/2020
Swamp Dawkins is an Australian country rock & bush band with a difference and is a creation of Michael Buining of The Roadhouse Regulars.
"Hell it's Hot Down Here" is a track with a good country feel and a very entertaining set of lyrics that'll put a smile on your dial. It's a story about a man who meets his maker only to find himself being turned away from the Pearly Gates and realises "Hell it's hot down here and it's goddam crowded tonight!"

Benny Allen - Places I've Never Been     Country, Rock 31/01/2020
Benny Allen is a multi-award winning artist, adding to his award tally at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, in preparation for the release of his single, Places I’ve Never Been.
Award-winning singer-songwriter Benny Allen is taking listeners on the road with him on his new country rock single, Places I’ve Never Been.

Benny wrote the road tripping song after thinking about the places he'd seen through playing music.

The song has listeners wanting to jump in their cars and head to places they’ve never been accompanied by the driving beat.

Juliet Vrakas - Rocky Mountain     Country, Easy Listening 31/01/2020
Australian Singer Songwriter
Climbing to the top of a mountain
Nature trees and wildlife

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Aleyce Simmonds & John Williamson - Three Sons     Country, Folk 30/01/2020
Golden Guitar Winner - Aleyce Simmonds & Australian Legend, John Williamson collaborate on a John Williamson classic, Three Sons.
2018 Golden Guitar winner Aleyce Simmonds today releases a new single and duet with ARIA Hall of Fame member and Australian icon John Williamson. Three Sons was originally released by John Williamson on his Top 10 ARIA album The Way It Is in 1999 and in 2000 John picked up a Golden Guitar for Best Bush Ballad.

Kelly Brouhaha - Benjamin     Country, Roots, Blues, Folk 30/01/2020
Kelly Brouhaha spends most of the year around a campfire in her 1992 Toyota Hiace Van called “Pamela Vanderson”.
Up-beat divorce song. Alt-country guitar driven with an excellent hook.

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Lusi Austin - Back in Town     Country, Folk 30/01/2020
Of mixed Fijian/Australian heritage, music and stories have been woven richly throughout Lusi's life. She's a wife, mother to 5 and lives in the Central West of NSW.
This track speaks to the heart of those who, having grown up in the country, leave for the Big Smoke only to return to find that the ‘country’ will never leave their heart.

Cassidy Rae Gaiter - Boy Like That     Country, Pop 29/01/2020
Hailing from Adelaide, Cassidy Rae Gaiter, grew up surrounded by all styles of music. Released in 2017, her EP, “Shake It, Don’t Fake It”, debuted at #1 on iTunes.
“Boy Like That" is the new single from Cassidy Rae Gaiter & was produced by Andy Mak (Tina Arena/The McClymonts).

“I was talking with my friends about what boys do that annoys us – turns out a lot of things. One of us said, don’t you just hate boys like that!’ We knew that was the title of the song”

Heywood & Moore - The Loaded Dog     Country, Comedy, Folk, Easy Listening 29/01/2020
The music of Anglo-Australian country artists - Dawn Moore and Brian Heywood - combines the story telling of traditional country with the power of edgy roots rock instrumentation.
This track celebrates the work of Australia's greatest story teller with an old school talkin' country blues song based on Henry Lawson's most famous short story - 'The Loaded Dog'. This is out homage to Australia's poet laureate as we approach the 120th anniversary of the creation of this classic tale (which was published in 1901).

the Blue Shamrocks - What Colour Is the Wind     Country, Easy Listening, World 29/01/2020
Professional fun upbeat country music band, delivering good vibes and beats to dance to, appeals to all ages across various communities
the song is about a little girl who is going blind at a young age, cannot see the beauty and nature of the world, with the help of her daddy's descriptions, her imagination see's the worlds simple things, like wind and sea as a descriptive colour, "What Colour is the Wind is it yellow or blue"

Andrew Farriss - Good Momma Bad     Country, Folk 24/01/2020
Finding himself in the country music industry itself is fitting; Andrew has spent the past two-and-a-half decades living on the land, on a functioning cattle and grain farm in North-West-New-South-Wales.
The new single – “Good Momma Bad” – gets better every listen and draws you in from the outset. When Andrew sings ‘I just know we just all need a Good Momma Bad’, he weaves stories of a sliding doors style existence – the good and the bad.

Cameron Cusack - Life's A Beach     Country, Reggae / Dub 24/01/2020
Cameron Cusack is a Melbourne born country artist. Now Cairns based, the 28 year old singer/songwriter has had three charting singles, ‘Hot Rod Town', Endless Summer’ and ‘Hit It Off’.
‘Life’s A Beach’ is the new summer single from artist Cameron Cusack. Reggae inspired, ‘Life’s A Beach’ is the third single release from Cameron Cusack’s upcoming album ‘Broken Hearts, Broken Dreams & Everything Good In Between’. Produced by Cameron, Sean Alberts and Andre Houghton in Cairns Far North Queensland Australia at Stonehouse Records.

Leash & The Dusty Boots - Warumungu Woman     Country 24/01/2020
Leash & The Dusty Boots are a Countrified cavalry covered in desert dust from the remote areas of the NT.
Warumungu Woman is a song based on an influential friendship Alicia Scobie had with a powerful human in the remote town of Tennant Creek.

Other tracks by Leash & The Dusty Boots:  Slow down  -  Karyn
Luke Schweizer - Last In Line     Country, Rock 24/01/2020
Australian Independent Country / Rock
Country Rock Australia

Shane Nicholson - The High Price of Surviving     Country, Alternative, Easy Listening, Folk 24/01/2020
Shane Nicholson inhabits a rare space in the music industry: songwriter, recording artist, producer/engineer, multi-instrumentalist, guitar pedal builder, whiskey-enthusiast, motorcycle-lover, and musical mentor.
Shane Nicholson inhabits a rare space in the music industry: songwriter, recording artist, producer/engineer, multi-instrumentalist, guitar-pedal builder, whiskey-enthusiast, motorcycle-lover, and musical-mentor.

It was in that mentoring capacity that his new single, The High Price of Surviving sparked into existence. During a songwriting retreat, a song was born in a joint effort with young up-and-coming QLD songwriter, Leyon Milner.

Aly Cook - Not Pretty Enough ft. Sharon O’Neill (Kasey Chambers Cover)     Country, Easy Listening 17/01/2020
Aly Cook is a Multi award-winning recording artist with a deep passion for all things musical. She is a consummate songwriter and performer, delighting audiences as a respected live performer.
Aly Cook - ‘Not Pretty Enough’ ft Sharon O’Neill’ is a reimagining of the 2002 smash hit by Kasey Chambers. The song features the beautiful voice of Sharon O’Neill in answer lines and harmonies on the track. Caught in the Middle album has been on both ARIA Country Album Charts and on the New Zealand Official Album charts.

Kell - Happier Now     Country, Rock 17/01/2020
Kell is a dynamic rock and country rock singer/songwriter hailing from Lithgow near the Blue Mountains in NSW Australia.
‘Happier Now’ was written by Kell and recorded by Adrian Hannan at the Song Store in Melbourne. 2019 has been a busy year with lots of ups, lots of downs, change and growth. ‘Happier Now’ is a reflection about working so hard towards something and having to overcome all those curve balls that life throws at you along the way.

Michelle Gardiner - Live It Up     Country, Pop, Rock 17/01/2020
Michelle Gardiner is a singer/songwriter based in Melbourne with a passion for country music. Her sound finds its feet in traditional country and finishes around Shania Twain.
Inspired by a phone call from a friend complaining about their day at work, Live It Up was written to serve as a reminder to live life to the fullest while we have the chance. Yes, we have responsibilities that need to be addressed, but don’t forget to balance things out and fit a bit of fun into the mix!

Emily Hatton feat, Troy Kemp - Maybe     Country, Pop 16/01/2020
Emily Hatton is an Australian Country Singer-Songwriter based in Melbourne. A firestorm on stage, Emily’s energetic and charming presence delivers catchy hooks and personal stories with relevance and authenticity.
'Maybe', a duet with Troy Kemp, paints bittersweet memories of a past connection. The ballad questions whether different past actions would have changed the present, but ultimately affirms, "I'm worth more than maybe."

Justin Landers - How 'Bout This Weather     Country, Country 16/01/2020
Independent vocalist with guitar, based in the New South Wales Central West city of Orange. Justin is well known for his versatility and entertainment value all over the central west.
How ‘Bout This Weather is about an ex-couple awkwardly meeting in the street after a relationship break-up.

Inspiration for the song originated from an embarrassing event involving a girl that Justin was fond of from his school years. He managed to gather the nerve ask her out on a date only to find later that she already had a boyfriend.