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Various Artists - Hannah Rosa - River City     Electronic, Downbeat, Experimental 11/07/2019
Growing the music careers of young regional women is the focus of creative mentoring program BIG SKY GIRLS, which is making its return in 2019.
This stunning track talks about moving to the city - the river - the lights and the dream of being there.

Other tracks by Various Artists:  K-La - Guilty Pleasure  -  Meg Beth - All We Want
Various Artists - Tylah Winyard - Fix     Pop, Acoustic 11/07/2019
Growing the music careers of young regional women is the focus of creative mentoring program BIG SKY GIRLS, which is making its return in 2019.
Raw acoustic track featuring the huge vocals of this up and coming gold coast artist.

Other tracks by Various Artists:  Ella Hartwig - Further Away  -  Maddie Thomas - They Said
You Can't Take Me - Illona Harker - The Lost Forgotten Ones     Country, Roots 24/10/2019
You Can’t Take Me saw a small group of songwriters who have experienced sexual violence embark on a songwriting journey to put their personal stories into song.
This track explores the story of Ilona Harker's experience. A heart wrenching but uplifting story of survival and hope.

Other tracks by You Can't Take Me:  Deb Suckling - You Can't Take Me  -  Kali Blunt - Cracks Let in the Sun
You Can't Take Me - Melissa J Evans - Not Alone     Alternative, Blues 30/10/2019
In 2019, You Can’t Take Me saw a small group of songwriters who have experienced sexual violence embark on a songwriting journey to put their personal stories into song.
Melissa J Evans story of her experience. How many of us are not alone in suffering sexual assault.

Other tracks by You Can't Take Me:  Kendall Llayt - Medicate