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Crowns Of The South - Summer     Rock, Pop 26/07/2017
While many people like to pretend that the old-school party rock music genre is dead, some bands stand in direct contrast of that claim. Welcome Crowns Of The South.
Summer explores common themes of being a free-spirited youth, spending the summer partying on the beach, and escaping the clutches of small towns to pursue a better life.

Norma O'Hara Murphy - I Won't Cry     Country 28/07/2017
Touring internationally during the nineties and having won several Golden Guitars and numerous other Industry awards Norma is recognised as one of Australia’s finest.
From the heart of Australian country we present another classic country original from one of Australia’s finest songwriters & Golden Guitar winners Norma O’Hara Murphy. This is the first single release lifted from Norma's forthcoming album Sweet Love, a romantic little song from a broken hearted point of view.

Australia's Own Jigsaw - Belinda Love     Pop, Country, Rock 03/08/2017
Australia’s Own Jigsaw are back with strings attached! Yep the ‘70’s hit makers have a new single to follow on from “Yellow River”, “How Do You Do” and “Mademoiselle Ninette”.
Australia’s Own Jigsaw are back with strings attached! Yep the ‘70’s hit makers have a new single to follow on from “Yellow River”, “How Do You Do” and “Mademoiselle Ninette”. Jon Calderwood is in fine voice on “Belinda Love” and Belinda’s all over the world will love it.

Noeleen Smith - The Bottle     Country 03/08/2017
Born and bred in North Queensland, Noeleen grew up watching her Dad sing and play guitar to Merle Haggard, Charlie Pride and many more. Now it's her turn.
The Bottle is a really special song written for another close person in Noeleen's life. Seeing her suffer from the effects of an alcoholic partner was a life she lived for over 20 years until one day she said "I'm done". Noeleen hopes that the lyrics speak for themselves.

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Angus Gill - Roadworks     Country 12/08/2017
Angus is a breath of fresh air ... Unique, determined and devoted to his music career.
Roadworks is an up-beat, lighthearted single that everyone can relate to. It is also a metaphor for life because one minute you’re cruising along, everything's going fine and then all of a sudden you hit the roadworks, then you're doing well again and guess what … you hit some more.

Lyn Bowtell - He Burns     Pop, Cover Version, Alternative Country 24/08/2017
Lyn Bowtell is a Toyota Star Maker winner, MO Award winner, a six-time Golden Guitar winner, and a APRA Song of The Year finalist.
Lyn delivers a dramatic and powerful reinterpretation of Foy Vance’s ‘She Burns’ as if it’s her own. ‘I can’t help but resonate with the way Foy describes love as ‘petrol soaked paper and fire works’... that kind of passion is what I feel for my music and in my heart.

Travis List - Things Worth Dying For     Country, Rock 24/08/2017
Travis List perfectly demonstrates what a modern country ought to sound like, thoroughly contemporary yet completely country.
This radio friendly up tempo first single from the highly anticipated new album from Travis List, ‘The Red Lane Sessions’, shares a great positive message of how anything worth having in life is worth fighting for.

Mark Shay - I'm Me     Country, Pop, Rock 31/08/2017
With his strong supportive fan base and dedicated sponsors who believe in the Mark Shay Brand, Mark has been able to defy his detractors as his career continues to grow.
The new single "I'm Me" is Mark Shay's 'In Your Face' anthem. The style of "I’m Me" is a little different from Mark’s other songs, but still remains uniquely Mark Shay.

Dean Perrett - Henbury Blues     Country 02/09/2017
There is an old saying “write and sing about what you know”. For an authentic traditional Australian country sound, look no further than bush ballad singer songwriter, Dean Perrett.
“Henbury Blues” written by Neville Anderson, is about his longings to spend time on his family cattle property, “Henbury Station” situated in the Northern Territory. This song is an advanced single release for Dean’s forthcoming bush ballad album produced by Dean and Michael Vidale.

Matt Cornell - It's Only Midnight     Country, Pop 15/09/2017
Matt Cornell has been welcomed into the country music fold, being a 2014 CMC Music Awards New Oz Artist of the Year and 2017 Male Artist Of The Year finalist.
There’s no better feeling when you first start seeing someone - that first kiss, the first time you hold hands, the excitement, the passion; it makes you feel so alive. It’s Only Midnight sums up all these feelings - although it’s midnight, he doesn’t want this date to end.

Dianne Lindsay - The Bridge     Country 16/09/2017
Mention traditional Australian country music these days and no-one is more respected than singer/songwriter Dianne Lindsay.
'The Bridge' tells the story of the historical Gundagai Bridge, a magnificent structure of nearly a mile of giant hardwood timber, now superseded, lies dormant across the floodplains of the Murrumbidgee River. This bridge opened up road transport and was a major engineering feat of its time.

Dianne Lindsay - Uncle Harry     Country 16/09/2017
Mention traditional Australian country music these days and no-one is more respected than singer/songwriter Dianne Lindsay.
'Uncle Harry' is a true and touching story of how a bushman, in hard times, joined a family and of how he touched the lives of all by his kind nature. The song tells of fond memories of fishing and spending time together and of how he will be missed.

Peter Simpson - Josie Lee     Country, Instrumental 16/09/2017
Writing and recording with his wife, Dianne Lindsay, Peter himself is now a multi-award winning artist including several nominations for Golden Guitar Bush Ballad Of The Year.
'Josie Lee' is a happy tune written to celebrate the birth of Peter’s youngest grandchild, Josie Lee. This track features Peter’s acoustic guitar playing coloured by the lovely sound of steel guitar and fiddle while still maintaining a strong ballad feel.

Crowns Of The South - Seeya Seeya     Rock, Pop 23/09/2017
While many people like to pretend that the old-school party rock music genre is dead, Crowns Of The South stand in direct contrast of that claim.
Seeya Seeya explores common themes of being a free-spirited youth, spending the summer partying on the beach, and escaping the clutches of small towns to pursue a better life.

Johnny Chester - Too Close To The Edge     Country 23/09/2017
With a recording career that began in 1961 and continues even stronger today, Johnny Chester is one of Australia's most enduring recording artists.
From his award winning album (not really but it would have been nice!) comes a brand new radio single. Now available for you to play like it’s your absolute favorite song. 'Too Close To The Edge' ... A sort of love song.

The Spurs - Stampede     Country, Instrumental 29/09/2017
Michael Cole, Jared Adlam, Reece Baines, Zachary Miller and Karlee Cole have traveled the country time over again playing for some of our leading Australian Country Artists.
Stampede highlights the musicians' diverse musical influences, ranging from the tasteful twang of Brad Paisley to the laidback chill of a John Mayer tune.

The Long & Short Of It - Just One Moon     Country 30/09/2017
The Long and Short of It are a multi-award winning duo from Melbourne whose well-rounded country sound consists of smart songwriting, honest lyrics and superb harmonies.
David sings, with his smooth tenor voice, “It circles the whole wide world from China to Peru, ain’t it amazing how it found me and you, when there’s so many lovers and just one moon”. Poignant really, as this describes the happenstance surrounding how David met his song-writing partner, Patsy.

Danny Phegan - From Where I Stand     Country, Folk 05/10/2017
Danny Phegan is an artist with a big heart and enormous energy. He is a farmer and family man; a horseman; a publican; a published author; a popular recording artist.
From Where I Stand is the first single from Danny Phegan's (Feegan) debut album. A song about a life's journey, the importance of love along the way and trying to do the best you can from where you stand. The film clip for this track is a cracker.

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Rick Hart - Sweet Emmylou     Country, Alternative Country 07/10/2017
With a voice that floats with soulful warmth and honesty, Rick is a storyteller, whose words and melodies weave through all the dynamics and extremes of human emotions and relationships.
From Rick Hart’s debut album (Let Me In), Sweet Emmylou is about being on the road and missing the ones you love. Written as an ode to his own wife (Vanessa) while away, Hart name drops his favourite female singer (Emmylou Harris) instead to compliment the song’s traditional country nature.

Taylor Pfeiffer - Take Her     Country, Folk 13/10/2017
Taylor Pfeiffer 'The Banjo Girl' is the sweetheart of country music. She is both lovely and accomplished and both highly popular on radio and in person.
With a unique blend of instruments, banjo and brass, ‘Take Her’ playfully ridicules a relationship going nowhere. 'Take Her', written by Taylor Pfeiffer, produced by Simon Johnson and recorded in NSW and USA, lends itself to the genre of alternative country, whilst reminiscing a vaudeville style.