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Brendan McMahon - Only Highs     Country, Pop 06/08/2019
Brendan McMahon, acclaimed singer, songwriter, guitarist, with three albums already out and a fourth just around the corner, releases the second single from In The Moment... "Only Highs".
From the delicate opening melody to the searing guitar solo and soaring two-part vocals, ‘Only Highs’ the 2nd single from singer songwriter Brendan McMahon’s forthcoming album ‘In The Moment’, shines. The song tells the story of those moments in a relationship that are powerful enough to alter its course. It’s a heartfelt appeal for starting over and embracing new beginnings.

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Chelsea Berman - Wherever I Go     Country, Pop 05/08/2019
Chelsea Berman is a young singer-songwriter from the NSW Central Coast and was a finalist in 2019 Toyota Star Maker.
Wherever I Go is a catchy country pop track co-written by Berman with Melanie Dyer and Dean Ray, and it reflects some major changes as Berman ventures forward on her life’s about leaving home for the first time, but the wider theme is wherever you go in life, your home is always there...most often where your heart lies.

George Royter - My Name is Henry Lawson     Country, Easy Listening, Folk, Acoustic 05/08/2019
Singer/songwriter of songs about the people, places and times of Australia. People describe George as "The Australiana Ballader"
Song about the life and times of Henry Lawson

Other tracks by George Royter:  Doreen  -  Waltz Me Around Again
Aaron Jurd - Changed     Country, Easy Listening 02/08/2019
Aaron Jurd is a top 5 iTunes charting country artist who has performed at the Golden Guitars and official opening of the Tamworth festival, and written with award-winning artists.
Changed has Lake Macquarie singer-songwriter Aaron Jurd reflecting on some of the worst times of his life, from a new and much happier perspective. The single shows a change in mindset and the silver lining that is a reminder that even though you have rough days, they give you a different outlook and appreciation of life.

Alisha Smith - Tippy Toes     Country, Instrumental 02/08/2019
Alisha has toured right around Australia four times with her partner Keith Jamieson and their daughter Caitlyn.
A great catchy instrumental which was written by an american lady called Boots Faye in 1963. Keith Jamieson and Alisha found this song on Facebook being played by Ed Peekeekoot from Canada and loved it so Alisha decided to record it with Caitlyn playing some great fiddle.

Caitlyn Jamieson - Auctioneer     Country 02/08/2019
Caitlyn Jamieson tours with her Dad Keith Jamieson and Mum Alisha Smith, doing regular tours throughout Queensland and right down to the southern states and into South Australia.
Keith Jamieson and Alisha Smith took Caitlyn to see the Flying Emus Reunion concert in Tamworth a few years ago where she heard this song and has been singing it ever since. A great song penned by John Kane of the Flying Emus which was a big hit back in the 1980’s. Caitlyn sung her own harmonies and also played fiddle.

Keith Jamieson - Memories Within     Country 02/08/2019
Keith leans towards the bush ballad style of writing and recording, following in the footsteps of pioneers such as Stan Coster, Slim Dusty, Tony Brooks, Tom Oliver and Joe Daly.
The title track for the album was written by Bill Brummell who has written songs for Jeff Brown and Ashley Cook. The song captures a bit of history about some of our pioneering bush ballad songwriters and recording artists, namely Slim Dusty, Stan Coster, Ray Rose, Wally Brummell, Kelly & Marion Dixon, Wave Jackson.

Tennessee Ham - Guy Like You     Country, Alternative Country 02/08/2019
The Tennessee Ham band is a good yarn over a hot cuppa, early morning drives down the coast and an alt-country misadventure through the small town australia.
Guy Like You is the first released single from the soundtrack of the forthcoming alt-country musical, Slaughterhouse Road. In a small coastal town on Australia's East Coast, we follow the budding romance of Tam and Jim (played by Sydney musicians Annie Hamilton and Mark Harding) against the backdrop of a jaded small town built around an abattoir.

Benson and the Outlaws - Something On The Wind     Country, Blues, Roots, Rock 01/08/2019
Since returning from roaming the desert and taming rattle snakes, Benson has rounded up a gang of Outlaws to tell her tales of wild horses and the southern land.
"Something On The Wind" was written in Tuscon, Arizona. After travelling for months on tour with The John Butler Trio, Benson ended up in Saguaro National Park starting at a sea of Cactus and dirt. "Something on the Wind" stirs that mysterious feeling of silence, as a warm breeze blows over the desert landscape.

Niksta - I'm Still Here     Country, Alternative Country, Christian 01/08/2019
I am a singer songwriter who has been in the industry for 30 years. I have 6 albums available and perform on guitar and keyboard at various venues and festivals.
I am still here is a testimony that it’s a miracle with what i have been through.

Other tracks by Niksta:  Who I Am
Jade Hurley - CHISELED IN STONE     Country, Cover Version 30/07/2019
Piano playing singer entertainer known professionally as "AUSTRALIA'S KING OF COUNTRY ROCK" Jade Hurley
Medium paced Country song

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The Earl Of Grey - Hollow     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 30/07/2019
The Earl Of Grey is an Alt. Country singer songwriter based in Queensland Australia.
Hollow is the debut release for Alternative Country singer songwriter The Earl Of Grey. Channeling 70's country sounds like Kris Kristoffersen, it takes the listener on a journey of heartache and regret.

Helen Townsend - Upward Now     Country, Alternative Country, Roots, Rock 29/07/2019
Helen's music is soulful, edgy and embraces Americana roots. Crossing genres of blues, country and folk, her timeless voice delivers stories which entice and captivate from the very first word.
Upward Now is an upbeat tune with a County Rock vibe featuring Lee Jones on guitar, delivering the message that no matter how bad things get, time will pass, the tides do change, and if you keep a positive outlook, everything will be OK, in fact it will be alright!

Other tracks by Helen Townsend:  Little Lover  -  Make Believe
Roo Arcus - Tumbleweed     Country, Easy Listening 29/07/2019
Roo Arcus is as real as they come. He sings the way he lives, honest, true and country. He’s a cowboy, storyteller, songwriter and one heck of a recording artist.
Tumbleweed is a song about a drifter who blows in and out of town like a ‘Tumbleweed'...that person who just can’t stay still long enough to win the heart of the love of their life, written by country music heavyweight songwriters Troy Olsen, Jim Beavers & Brett Beavers, and co-produced by Tim Crouch and Roo Arcus himself.

Ross Webb - Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again     Country, Cover Version, Rock 29/07/2019
Ross Webb is a country singer based in the Southern Highlands of NSW.
Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again, the third single release from this new Australian artist is a cover of The Angels rock classic from the mid 70’s, but has a distinct change in sound and tempo.

Charlie Collins - Who’s Gonna Save You Now     Country, Alternative Country 26/07/2019
Tamworth-born Collins was raised on a record collection of storytelling. Having played in various bands both in Australia and overseas, Collins is now returning to her roots of authentic songwriting.
‘Who’s Gonna Save You Now’ is a reflective, alt-country single lifted from Tamworth born singer-songwriter Charlie Collins' recently released glittering debut record ‘Snowpine’.

Destiny (Band Oz) - Peace Of Mind     Country 26/07/2019
Destiny Band Oz is the performing name of Australian singer-songwriter-musicians, Thomas & Tessa Libreri.
When you’re in your ‘happy place’, doing something that you love, you can look at things in a different light and your worries seem to just melt away... We are all so small in the great scheme of things and this uplifting country ballad by Destiny Band Oz, sung by Tessa Libreri, is about finding her peace of mind.

Dom Italiano - A Step Behind     Country, Alternative Country, Roots, Folk 26/07/2019
Alt-country singer/songwriter/lead guitarist. Lives in the country, gigs in the city!
'A Step Behind' was produced by Damian Cafarella and features Luke Moller on Fiddle. The song is about trying to find your place in the world and how difficult that can be. In a world that is so focused on elitism and winning, it's nice to eventually work out that it's ok to walk 'A Step Behind'.

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Lizzie Steadman - This Could Be     Country, Acoustic, Alternative Country, Easy Listening 26/07/2019
Lizzie Steadman grew up in a small town, near Tamworth NSW and performs her originals in a traditional country style after her dad introduced her to the genre.
This Could Be is a song about new love and falling in love really quickly, but knowing that this could be the happy ending you’ve been waiting for. After everything that happens, you have to have faith that there are still good people left out there in the world. Lizzie co-wrote this song with her partner, Daniel.

Paladin - What I Didn't Do     Country, Alternative Country, Easy Listening, Pop 26/07/2019
Paladin an Australian singer/songwriter who releases his own music independently. He is a multi-instrumentalist who plays drums, guitars, bass and keyboards.
A hit for Steve Wariner in 1984, this song tells about someone who was so busy working to get ahead in his job that he lost the love of his life through neglect. She left him not for what he did but what he didn't do; being there.

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