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Michael Waugh - Little C Word

Michael Waugh - Little C Word
In the tradition of the troubadour storyteller, Michael Waugh is a unique, intelligent and emotionally charged performer – giving a profound and genuine new voice to the Australian experience. His lyricism cuts to the emotional heart of everyday experience, inviting one audience member to comment that Michael’s ‘words in every song, struck at my core’.
Sometimes compared to the honesty and power of Australian folk and country legends such as Mick Thomas, Paul Kelly and John Williamson, Michael’s voice is emerging as one of the rarest and most original of talents in the Australian roots music scene – he is the real deal. His songs and stories are gut- wrenchingly honest, emotionally brave and compellingly beautiful. He sings about growing up in an East Gippsland dairy farming community, working and living in inner city Melbourne and of being a dad. Michael independently released two EPs in 2013, ‘Heyfield Girl’ and ‘Drafts’. At the 2014 Port Fairy Folk Festival, he met and performed with ARIA award winning country performer, Shane Nicholson. Shane produced Michael’s debut solo record ‘What We Might Be’ was released in 2016. Now comes The Asphalt & The Oval.

About this track...

First single from Golden Guitar Award nominee Waugh’s second album, ‘The Asphalt & The Oval’, produced by ARIA award winner, Shane Nicholson. Michael’s story-song celebrates Australians calling a spade a bloody shovel – a tribute to his brother and how sometimes there’s only one word to describe how you’re feeling.

Other tracks by Michael Waugh: Footy Trip
Number Of People In Act Solo
State/Territory Artist Is Based In VIC
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Melbourne
Taken From The Release Titled The Asphalt & The Oval
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Media Servicing Date 2017-12-18
Main Genre Country
Genre 2 Folk
Genre 3 Roots
Genre 4 Acoustic
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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