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Laura-Therese Davis - Forgotten Town     Country 18/10/2018
Singer-songwriter, Laura-Therese Davis is a trained pianist and self-taught guitarist from NSW Northern Rivers. Her connection to the land and love of horses have helped bring her to country music.
The autobiographical tale of a new highway being built near Laura's home in Maclean NSW. While the author lives on the NSW Northern Rivers this story could be about so many towns, it’s the same sad tale. With roadwork ten minutes from her home, everyday Laura would drive through and see the beautiful landscape literally changing before her eyes.

Sally-Anne Whitten - Misfit     Country, Blues, Soul 31/07/2018
Sally-Anne Whitten was born and raised in Tamworth on a healthy dose of blues, rock and country. Over the years she has honed her very own style of ‘funky country’.
Sally-Anne and co get down and a little dirty here. Lyrically, Sally-Anne pulls no punches and mate Matt O'Leary has the starring role on harmonica. We all know those air-kissing, fake members of society depicted in the song.

Jason Owen - Apple Tree     Country, Easy Listening, Acoustic 24/07/2018
Jason Owen was raised to the tune of classic country artists and was launched onto the Australian music scene as runner up of The X Factor in 2012.
Written by cousin Matthew Young, Jason Owen's first original tune in almost two years, is a tender tale of promised love.

Sally-Anne Whitten - Watch It Burn     Country, Blues, Rock 02/03/2018
Sally-Anne Whitten was born and raised in Tamworth on a healthy dose of blues, rock and country. Over the years she has honed her very own style of ‘funky country’
All about doing life your way and not being afraid to say good bye to people or things that are no good for you. A blues rock number, it’s no surprise that Sally-Anne was listening to a lot of Robben Ford and John Hiatt just before this track was born.

Alexandra Gunn - Follow Through     Country, Pop 16/02/2018
Country-pop artist Alexandra Gunn, was born and raised on Southside of Brisbane, Queensland. The self-described girl from the suburbs who rides horses in her imagination writes all her own material.
'Follow Through' is all about action rather than words. Alexandra says, “This is my unconventional love song. Not the butterflies and rainbows type but love all the same. It's a bit of a last-ditch effort, get it together or I'll give you the boot”.

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Liam Brew - Shotgun     Country 01/02/2018
Liam Brew made his musical mark in January 2009 when he was named the 30th Toyota Star Maker. Debut album “Wild Heart” was released in 2009 and "Faster" in 2013.
Released just in time for Tamworth Country Music Festival 2018, this is the ultimate summer party anthem. Infectious and catchy 'Shotgun' is fast becoming a live favourite with fans.

Emily Markham - Got Me Fallin     Country 25/10/2017
Emily is a singer/songwriter, as well being accomplished on the guitar and keyboard. She is also an Academy Of Country Music graduate, in both the Junior & Senior courses.
This self-penned track is all about the beginning of a relationship. The single explores that time when you are starting to develop feelings for someone but don’t want to have your heart broken if it doesn’t work out. This is one of only a few love songs Emily has written.

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Vanessa Delaine - Live For Today     Blues/Roots, Country 29/09/2017
NZ/Australian Singer/songwriter Vanessa Delaine was born with a voice that leave audiences breathless. Her crossover style encompasses Blues, Country, Rock, Folk and Funk.
Produced by Michael Carpenter of Sydney's Love Hz Studio, Vanessa wrote this track in an effort to cheer herself up. The track explores the freedom we all crave to be ourselves in a society that judges us on our beauty, age, race, sexuality and gender.

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Other tracks by Vanessa Delaine:  Feels So Good
Kylie Ryan - Slow Me Down     Country, Rock, Pop 15/09/2017
Queen, Fleetwood Mac, Johnny Cash & Dolly Parton are Kylie's early influences. This now reflects Kylie’s sound – remembering when there weren’t as many genres/classifications, good music was good music.
According to Kylie's husband, this track is autobiographical. When a storm is brewing it’s a bit of a mess, collecting bits and pieces of energy/matter it needs to really build up steam but once it has direction and the right elements there’s no stopping it until it’s run its course.

Vanessa Delaine - Moon Blues     Blues/Roots 15/09/2017
NZ/Australian Singer/songwriter Vanessa Delaine was born with a voice that leave audiences breathless. Her crossover style encompasses Blues, Country, Rock, Folk and Funk.
Featuring on 2015's "Runaway" album, it is the first blues track Vanessa ever wrote while thinking about how 'blue' you can really get. The track & video have been honoured at the 2016 Akademia Music Awards and 2017 New York Film Awards & LA Film Awards.

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Vanessa Delaine - Rainy Day     Country, Blues, Folk 15/08/2017
NZ/Australian singer-songwriter Vanessa Delaine's crossover style encompasses Blues, Country, Roots, Folk and Funk. Her musical studies covered those genres & she started performing as a child with her entertainer dad.
‘Rainy Day’ is the latest single from New Zealand/Australian singer-songwriter Vanessa Delaine. The track was penned by Vanessa on a scorching hot day when she was craving a bit of reprieve from the harsh Australian summer.

Emily Markham - Collision     Country 11/07/2017
Emily is a singer-songwriter, as well being accomplished in the guitar and keyboard. She has graduated from both the Jnr & Snr courses at the Academy Of Country Music.
‘Collision’ the new single from Emily Markham was co-written with Kelsey Strasek-Barker and Nathaniel O’Brien at the 2014 Academy Of Country Music. Created during a group session, the title came from a newspaper headline and all three songwriters imagined revenge as the key theme. 45 minutes later ‘Collison’ was born.

Kylie Ryan - Got Me In     Country, Rock, Pop 01/07/2017
Kylie Ryan is a Western Sydney singer-songwriter who has completed studies in music theory performance from WSI Entertainment & is influenced by contemporary country artists.
100% self-penned, this song explores the feelings and thoughts we have at the beginning of a new relationship, while we enjoy that feeling, as we get older and have had our hearts broken a few times, we also know there’s a chance that it might not last.

Kristy James - Push     Country, Rock 13/03/2017
Kristy James is an award-winning Newcastle-based singer/songwriter who started performing at age 11. Her sound is a little country, a little rock 'n' roll and a whole lot of attitude.
Whether it be life, work, taking chances or in this case love, the message of the song says sometimes we just need that little push. Live, love and dream and remember sometimes it takes a little PUSH. "You're never gonna win if you don't play".

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Innocent Eve - Sisters     Country, Folk 02/03/2017
Innocent Eve hail from a cattle property near the small town of Wowan in Central Queensland - acoustic duo, singer songwriters and sisters!
'Sisters' is all about the three Olsson sisters, Rachel, Rebecca (aka Innocent Eve) and Catherine - all three were in a cover band once.
The 'sisters' are quite different - looks, personality, situation but always have each other's back no matter what and they all have blue eyes!

Tony Cook - Laidback Country     Country 20/02/2017
Tony Cook or "Laidback Tones" as he is affectionately known in North Queensland, is a country music artist with a passion for the outback.
The first single and title track from Tony's debut album Laidback Country is written about his beloved hometown of Charters Towers, Queensland and its “laidback culture”. Legendary Australian guitarist Phil Emmanuel contributed the lead guitar solo for the track.

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Jackie Dee - Contemplating Life     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 16/01/2017
Jackie describes her style as coastal country sung with a voice that has been likened to Faith Hill and Molly McClymont.
As the title suggests, this track is all about life and thinking about one's own life and all that goes on in our daily lives. A personal song that all of us can relate to.

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El Cosgrove - The Unfamiliar     Country, Alternative Country 11/11/2016
El Cosgrove is a red-headed, boot-wearing, alt-country singer-songwriter who has drawn greatly upon her upbringing in rural Queensland and other life experiences to write unique and authentic music.
This track describes El's love of travelling and experiencing western/rural life on the road. She admits to feeling a sense of calm and belonging whilst driving and experiencing places off the beaten track which is most likely greatly influenced by her upbringing on a farm in rural Queensland.

Sally-Anne Whitten - The Life You Left Behind     Country 28/10/2016
Sally-Anne Whitten was born and raised in Tamworth, NSW and is a self-confessed ‘Funky Country’ (a blend of country, rock and blues) artist.
A supermarket trip trigged an emotional outpouring that lead to the realisation of how deep and difficult grief is. Sally-Anne wondered if we ever really get of the loss of a loved one and wondered why, as non-permanent beings we seem to struggle with the concept of death so much.

Shea Fisher - Tattoo     Country, Rock 21/09/2016
Australian country music singer Shea Fisher not only sings about country life, she lives it. Daughter of bull riding champion Eddie Fisher, Shea has had four #1 songs in Australia.
Co-written with fellow Aussie songwriter Phil Barton (Lee Brice, Sara Evans, The McClymonts), Shea recalls, “At this point in my life I was coming out of a relationship. Songwriting has always been therapy for me and writing this was a great way to move on from that relationship”.

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