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Luke O'Shea - Right Now Station     Country 06/04/2020
Drawing inspiration from the humorous and heartbreaking, O’Shea crafts and delivers his celebrated songs to connect with his audiences on a surprising deeper level.
It's said there are seven key mindsets - Anger, Disgust, Contempt, Fear, Sadness, Surprise & Happiness - and metaphorically speaking - IF we are the Station Master that allows these different 'Trains of Thought' to either STOP or PASS ON BY - then become aware of what train your currently riding and be sure to look for the positive ones!

Brook Chivell - In My Life     Country, Rock 03/04/2020
Brook has made a name for himself as producing modern country that sits just as well in the Australian country scene as it would in the American market.
With soaring melodies, Brook Chivell pours out his soul in this hopeful and very personal male power ballad. He's had his heart ripped out once or twice, but this ever-romantic singer-songwriter writes from a hopeful place, that love truly exists. Recorded with Stuart Stuart, the track features beautiful electric guitar licks, cinematic strings and vocals to make other romantics melt.

Errol Gray - I've Towed Every Van     Country, Comedy 03/04/2020
With his acoustic guitar and politically incorrect Aussie sense of humor, Errol has his audiences in stitches with his songs and stories that reflect everyday situations and misfortunes.
When asked by a grey nomad to write a song about how many different caravan brands were available, to fit them all in a song, Errol had to revert to the Geoff Mack classic 'I've Been Everywhere', and he still couldn’t fit them all in.

Destiny Band Oz - I'll Be With You     Country 31/03/2020
Destiny Band Oz is the performing name of Australian singer-songwriter-musicians, Thomas & Tessa Libreri, who only released their first song to Australian radio in 2017.
From Destiny Band Oz's latest award-winning album called 'Changes', ‘I’ll Be With You’ is a spiritual reflection on life when faced with a life-threatening diagnosis. Lead vocals, guitar and composed by Thomas Libreri, backing vocals by Tessa Libreri.

Travis Sinclair - Before The Drought     Country 31/03/2020
Travis Sinclair has made a name for himself as an independent country music artist that is willing to take a stand for the things he believes in.
Golden Guitar winner Travis Sinclair is back with a brand new single ‘Before The Drought’ and as always it’s country to the core. Written by his brother and Starmaker Grand finalist Jake Sinclair, ‘Before The Drought’ is about what Travis has seen many of his mates go through on their farms throughout Australia.

Neville Anderson - The Facebook Song     Country 24/03/2020
Neville Anderson's Bush Ballads are right at home among Australian Country while his other ballads sit comfortably within the American tradition.
Multi-award-winning country singer songwriter Neville Anderson releases his new single ‘The Facebook Song’, a somewhat tongue in cheek take on virtual relationships, lifted from his new album ‘Old Country’s New Clothes’.

Allan Caswell - Hard Times And Struggle     Country 09/03/2020
Caswell’s 8th Golden Guitar has come 40 years after his first in 1980 … 40 years and still relevant.
Allan Caswell’s new single ‘Hard Times And Struggle’ (from his upcoming album ‘Tequila Amnesia’) is a quirky, original take on the classic talking songs of the 60s and 70s like ‘Big Bad John’, ‘Ringo’ and ‘A Boy Named Sue’. The song was written with 8 Ball Aitken and produced in Melbourne by Damian Cafarella.

Ray Jones - Die Tryin'     Country 26/02/2020
Ray Jones is a singer songwriter based in southwest WA, who blends influences of Americana with his own brand of country.
Ray Jones is a singer songwriter based in southwest WA, who blends influences of Americana with his own brand of country. His first single 'Die Tryin’ is lifted from his album 'Sleeping Rough' produced by Bill Chambers, and is based on a brush with death and going for broke with a fresh plan.

Norma O'Hara Murphy - Bundarra Dust     Country 25/02/2020
Norma O'Hara Murphy has always been a totally Australian package someone who is proud to be Aussie and has taken her music to the world.
‘Bundarra Dust’ is a song about a special little town inspired by the campdraft there. Run by campdrafters and locals, this is one of the best campdraft events in Australia. Norma and her husband spent six months living there in a big coach on a property en route to their current home at Bony Mountain Southern Queensland.

Natalie Pearson - Let 'Em Talk     Country, Pop, Rock 21/02/2020
Natalie Pearson is giving her fans something to talk about and the likes of The Wolfe Brothers, Travis Collins and Adam Brand are paying attention.
An edgy, powerful song with something to say. Words can lift a person up, and they can tear a person down. Ignore the noise and shine for who you are, "Let 'Em Talk". Producer Adrian Hannan (Vanessa Amorosi, Delta Goodrem, Gabriella Cilmi), showcases Natalie’s incredible vocal range and strength in the sassy country-rock track.

Josh Arnold and The Woolshed Band - The Woolshed     Country, Folk, Rock 18/02/2020
Golden Guitar winner Josh Arnold, the creative mind behind ‘Small Town Culture’ and the once wild man of the Aussie country music scene is back and at his rollicking best.
Golden Guitar winner Josh Arnold, the once wild man of the Aussie country scene is back and at his rollicking best with his newly formed ‘Woolshed Band’. Their first single ‘The Woolshed’ is classic bush rock and bursting with a raucous energy and an all Aussie sound ... OY!!

Anita Ree - Soft Place To Fall     Country 14/02/2020
Anita’s songs paint pictures of Australia and its people, places and dogs, offering stories that all can relate to.
The third radio single from the ‘Not Love Songs’ album is ‘Soft Place to Fall’. A song written on the road, from Anita’s unique singer songwriter perspective. A song of observation from a different path to some of Anita’s more traditional songs ‘Soft Place to Fall’ paints a picture for listeners willing to imagine.

Rae Leigh - All Of Me     Country, Pop 14/02/2020
Rae’s songs tell her story and share a message of hope and love, that despite adversity, there is always a way through.
'All Of Me' is an original song by Rae Leigh and is the second single released off her forthcoming album. Rae Leigh wrote 'All Of Me' last year after returning from Nashville which was a large part of her voyage to self discovery as a performing artist.

Emma Dykes - All I'm Gunna Get     Country 13/02/2020
Emma’s singles have all garnered positive response from critics and fans alike, charting on radios worldwide.
‘All I'm Gunna Get’ reminds us to forget the fights over insignificant things, forget the moments we feel frustration instead of love, and the days that life feels too hard - and instead, take a deep breath and count our blessings.

The Witching Hour - The Ritual     Rock 29/01/2020
The Witching Hour is a band from NSW who write poetic songs that can stem from melodic haunting music to hard Blues based rock.
‘The Ritual’ is the third offering from Australian band The Witching Hour. It is a cathartic track that takes the listener on a supernatural journey to the dark side. The theme explores ritualistic and spiritual beliefs and also metaphorically chronicles the ambiguity of human connection.

Cameron Cusack - Life's A Beach     Country, Reggae / Dub 24/01/2020
Cameron Cusack is a Melbourne born country artist. Now Cairns based, the 28 year old singer/songwriter has had three charting singles, ‘Hot Rod Town', Endless Summer’ and ‘Hit It Off’.
‘Life’s A Beach’ is the new summer single from artist Cameron Cusack. Reggae inspired, ‘Life’s A Beach’ is the third single release from Cameron Cusack’s upcoming album ‘Broken Hearts, Broken Dreams & Everything Good In Between’. Produced by Cameron, Sean Alberts and Andre Houghton in Cairns Far North Queensland Australia at Stonehouse Records.

Kell - Happier Now     Country, Rock 17/01/2020
Kell is a dynamic rock and country rock singer/songwriter hailing from Lithgow near the Blue Mountains in NSW Australia.
‘Happier Now’ was written by Kell and recorded by Adrian Hannan at the Song Store in Melbourne. 2019 has been a busy year with lots of ups, lots of downs, change and growth. ‘Happier Now’ is a reflection about working so hard towards something and having to overcome all those curve balls that life throws at you along the way.

Emily Hatton feat, Troy Kemp - Maybe     Country, Pop 16/01/2020
Emily Hatton is an Australian Country Singer-Songwriter based in Melbourne. A firestorm on stage, Emily’s energetic and charming presence delivers catchy hooks and personal stories with relevance and authenticity.
'Maybe', a duet with Troy Kemp, paints bittersweet memories of a past connection. The ballad questions whether different past actions would have changed the present, but ultimately affirms, "I'm worth more than maybe."

Destiny Band Oz - Great Courage     Country 15/01/2020
Destiny Band Oz is the performing name of Australian singer-songwriter-musicians, Thomas & Tessa Libreri.
This is the English version of the song called 'Kuragg Kbir', originally written in Maltese by Thomas Libreri. It is an epic story about his family emigrating from Malta to settle in Australia and a loving tribute to his mother, who made the long voyage alone, at a very young age, to join her newly wedded husband on the other side of the world …Great courage!

FredBear - Summer's Here     Country 15/01/2020
Freddie or ‘Fredbear’ as he is known locally is a 15-year-old singer songwriter from Tamworth NSW and has been performing live for the last two years.
'Summer’s Here' is inspired by FredBear’s experiences as both a performer and fan at Tamworth Country Music Festival, providing vocals, guitar tracks and co-producing this single. The lyrics are a collaboration with superstar Brad Cox. 'Summer’s Here' is set to become a firm favourite with fans at this year’s Festival.