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Dean Perrett - His Last Cattle Drive - Internet Download

Dean Perrett - His Last Cattle Drive - Internet Download
Dean is one of Australia’s favourite Bush Balladeers and leading traditional Country Artists. In 1989 Dean and his sister Kerri released their first album ‘Australia She’s Mine’. Dean went on to release a stable of great traditional Country and Bush Ballad albums.

When not making music, Dean is in the saddle on the family Queensland cattle property ‘’Bowenfels’ where he was raised and still working.

Artists such as Lee Kernaghan, Anne Kirkpatrick and Troy Cassar-Daley have such a respect for Dean’s music that each has recorded duets with Dean.

In January 2012 Dean was added to a very exclusive list of Golden Guitar winners, for his emotive duet with Lee Kernaghan, ‘Channel Country Ground.’ Two Golden guitars followed in 2015 with ‘Bloodwood and Clover’ and another with ‘My Country My Land’ recorded and co-written with Troy Cassar-Daley.

‘Henbury Blues’ written by Neville Anderson earned Dean his latest Golden Guitar Bush Ballad of the Year award in 2018.

Inducted into the Australian Country Music Hands of Fame in 2015, Dean’s music is traditional yet fresh and modern. He performs at major festivals around Australia as well as touring nationwide with his own show.

About this track...

Emotive true story sung in Modern Australian Bush Ballad style. Penned by songwriter Carmelo Cacciola in honour of late WW1 digger, Western Queensland drover, station manager Norman Quinlan who tragically drowned, aged 29, trying to cross the flooded Thompson River on his return journey home to wife and children. Produced by Stuart French, will be included in Dean's 2020 album.

Details
Number Of People In Act Solo
State/Territory Artist Is Based In QLD
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Kingaroy Queensland
Taken From The Release Titled His Last Cattle Drive
Copyright Holder's Name Dean Perrett
Media Servicing Date 2019-08-16
Main Genre Country
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site https://www.deanperrett.com/
Artist Social Network Page https://www.facebook.com/DEANPERRETTMUSIC
Online Store Page 1 https://music.apple.com/au/artist/dean-perrett/269021632
Online Store Page 2 http://www.checkedlabelservices.net
Content Provider Amrap Unsigned