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The Same Tune

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Allan Caswell - Train To Godforsaken     Country 11/04/2019
Multiple Award Winning Country Music Legend - Allan Caswell.
Train To Godforsaken is the first new music from Caswell since his very successful Mexico album and was, once again, produced by Damian Cafarella at EOR studios in Melbourne … Caf played everything on this track. We are recording tracks for what will probably become my next album … I write way too many songs to stop now.”

Anita Tresidder - Bucket List     Country 11/04/2019
With a Positive Attitude and a new lease on life, Anita Tresidder, your average housewife, mother and singer of over 20 years from the Central Coast NSW.
Bucket List is a tribute to Anita's idol, Beccy Cole. Anita has ticked off many of her 'bucket list items' with just one left. To sing with Beccy Cole. Can we make it happen? Only time will tell.

Tammy Moxon - Drives Me So Sane     Country, Alternative Country 11/04/2019
One of Australia's most promising Country Singer/Songwriter's.
The single focuses on the contradictory complexities of loving relationships. In other words, loved ones can drive you so crazy, but you can’t live without them, so therefore, they drive you so sane.

Anita Tresidder - Bucket List     Country 05/04/2019
Your average housewife, mother and singer of over 20 years from the Central Coast NSW with a BIG dream.
Only one box remains to be ticked off Anita's well publicised online Bucket List. That is to sing with her Idol and Golden Guitar Winner, Australia’s very own Beccy Cole. She’s hoping the release of this song may capture Beccy’s attention and that final dream can become a reality.

Mark Lucas - Shopping Town     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 05/04/2019
Mark Lucas is one of Australia's leading Alternative Country Singer/Songwriters, his songs giving wings to important issues / life lessons and emotions.
Taken from the recently released 20-track retrospective CD Prisoners of the Heart,drawn from Lucas’s ten-album output since 1996, ‘Shopping Town’ is a cautionary meditation on commercial enterprise taking on real lives, a release whose timing might be seen as particularly apt with a landmark state election in the offing.

Frecko - Bury Me Deep     Country 20/03/2019
Father and Son duo, formerly The Grinning Bellhops, returning to their origins as 'Frecko'.
Bury Me Deep aims to raise some thought and consideration to what could be an all too true phenomenon if we cannot get more out of the political process to ease the burden on rural Australia.

Oakwood - Bullet From A Barrel     Country 20/03/2019
Oakwood is a Country Rock Melbourne based band, fronted by Jaime Holland, Deep Creek Road's former Female lead singer.
Bullet From A Barrel is Oakwood's debut single. A high energy track written in Nashville and produced by Clive Young.

Michelle Russell - A Cotton Field Away     Country 20/03/2019
An Aboriginal Singer/Songwriter, proud of her heritage and music.
A Cotton Field Away is about breaking down the barriers that exist between black & white. Something symbolically represented in the words of the song by the cotton field. Something that may be akin to black Americans, but this divide between black and white exists also within Australia.

Montgomery Church - Your Troubled Mind     Country, Alternative Country, Folk 20/03/2019
2 x Golden Guitar Finalist DUO
A poignant and moving track, the third single to be lifted from Montgomery Church’s 2 x Golden Guitar nominated album, has quickly become a crowd favourite due to its raw, relatable storyline and classic high-lonesome waltz feel. "Your Troubled Mind gives the pain of loving and leaving a new right of passage through song.

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Darren Colston - I Saw You Smile Today     Country 19/02/2019
Darren Colston is an Australian Singer/Songwriter.
A few short months ago, the community Darren works in, experienced tragedy, with the loss of a much-loved friend. It has been a slow recovery process. "One particular kid gave a brief smile after I said something to them, several months after the initial tragedy, but the smile was all too brief. That smile inspired me to write this."

Allan Caswell - Mexico     Country 12/02/2019
Allan Caswell is an Australian, award winning Singer/Songwriter.
The track features the stellar playing of producer Damian Cafarella on Carlos … an early 1970s Takamine that Marian bought for Allan at the Salvation Army shop in Yass for $25.

Gina Timms - Do You Like What You See?     Country 12/02/2019
Gina Timms is an Australian Singer/Songwriter.
This is the 5th single to be released off Gina’s 2017 album, Thank You and Gina has been keeping the best until last to honour the friendship and life of her friend, Nathaniel O’Brien.

Natalie Henry - Apple And Pride     Country 12/02/2019
Natalie Henry is an Australian Singer/Songwriter.
The first single and title track from the debut album, Apple & Pride, is one of those super personal songs that you have to write but hesitate to share. It's vulnerable but powerful and sits perfectly alongside the last single.

Smith & Jones - Secondhand Heart     Country 12/02/2019
Smith & Jones are an Australian Duo, comprised of Abby Smith & Sophie Jones.
Secondhand Heart ​deals with the everyday frustrations: the endless search for love and emotional fulfilment, and wanting to escape the everyday but being tied to a form of unsatisfying, mundane contentment. But never does Secondhand Heart ​wallow in sorrow, and it’s this refusal to be taken in by sadness that gives ​Secondhand Heart its intensity, and ultimately its beauty.

Angela Easson - Call The Police     Country 10/01/2019
Angela Easson is a vibrant singer/songwriter. Blitzing Australia’s modern country scene with her reputation for mixing infectious melodies with intensely personal lyrics, Angela is rightly regarded as a rising star.
The first track from the album Call The Police was cowritten with Golden Guitar winner Kevin Bennett. This power alt country tune was written on a songwriting retreat and the lyrics show how this young songwriter has grown immensely.

Shelley Minson - Good News Bad News     Country 10/01/2019
Shelley Minson and her guitar playing husband Lawrie are based in Country Music Capital -Tamworth NSW and they play a fun mix of Rockabilly and Honky Tonk.
The song is a cheeky western swing tune about a man who is being given some good news and some bad news by his former lover.

Anita Spring - Big Crush     Country 13/12/2018
Anita Spring has long been known as a fine vocalist. In 2018, she has re-emerged with a stunning collection of contemporary country songs, achieving the recognition she so richly deserves.
Big Crush is an up-tempo, infectious pop-country tune about meeting someone that takes over your senses! Who you simply can't get enough of!

Allan Caswell - Feeding The Crew     Country 11/12/2018
Allan Caswell’s latest bush ballad Feeding The Crewhas been chosen as a finalist in the 2019 Bush Ballad Golden Guitar.
So, here’s the story: a retired lady in Far North Queensland writes her first ever song… it gets recorded by a veteran country singer and goes on to be a finalist in the Golden Guitars.

Deep Creek Road - Fast As Your Car     Country 11/12/2018
Melbourne Based Country Rockers - heading to Tamworth Country Music Festival in January..
A feel good summer tune, Fast As Your Car relates the feeling of falling in love to the thrill of driving fast down the country backroads.

Harvey Russell - Walking Downtown (Again)     Country, Alternative Country 11/12/2018
Harvey Russell first began treading the boards of Sydney’s pubs and bars as frontman for Harvey Swagger Band in the late 2000’s.
‘Walking Downtown (Again)’, a mid-tempo honky-tonk lament with all the hallmarks of a traditional country classic – themes of regret, temptation and hopelessness, accompanied by colourful pedal steel and lilting fiddle.