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Ben Ransom - Kickin' It Up     Country, Pop, Rock 22/03/2014
Powerful vocals and infectious melodies, Ben Ransom has all the hallmarks of a classic artist and performer.
The 'unofficial' theme song to the 2014 footy season!!! This delivers a punch from the first chord and crash tackle's it's way through to the foot pounding chorus with crunching guitars and searing vocals! Always a crowd favorite at live shows and festivals, it translates to radio with seamless quality.

Bryce Sainty - Turn The Pages Over     Country, Pop 22/03/2014
One to watch on the Australian country music scene in 2014, Bryce is aiming to take his signature sound to brand new audiences and begin work on his debut album.
‘Turn The Pages Over’ is the latest single from upcoming singer-songwriter Bryce Sainty. The Track was co-written with Lyn Bowtell, produced by Rod McCormack and is taken from the debut self-titled EP ‘Bryce Sainty’.

Paul & Will - When I Fall In Love     Pop, Easy Listening, Cover Version 01/04/2014
Paul & Will are excited to bring you their brand new album 'Songs We Grew Up With', a collection of 10 tracks that influenced their lives and musical journey.
Paul & Will return with their second single ‘When I Fall In Love’ after their move from country to adult contemporary. Originally by Doris Day and then made famous by Nat King Cole Paul & Will cover what has been referred to as the greatest love song of all time.

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Walker - City We Knew     Folk, Acoustic 18/04/2014
Young emerging artsist from East Melbourne. Incorporates guitar, vocals aswell as percussion to deliver a big and energetic sound.
The first single from this album being his recently released 'City We Knew', which has received rave reviews from online blogs, and press all over Australia.

Scott T Johnson - The Desert     Pop, Rock 30/04/2014
Scott T Johnson is an artist out of Melbourne. Scott's first solo EP, 'The Tree and the Sea, Part 1', produced by Paul McKercher is out now!
Pop rock meets spaghetti western. Scott’s debut EP ‘The Tree and the Sea, Part 1’ is produced by renowned Australian producer, Paul McKercher and is available on iTunes.

Other tracks by Scott T Johnson:  Red Moon  -  Sold
Simply Bushed - Father's Day     Country 30/04/2014
No music act embodies the essence of the Australian Spirit and our national heritage more than award winning band Simply Bushed!
This song reflects on the families left behind by the murder of Australian servicemen by the very people they are there to help. It considers children whose fathers will not return and fathers who's children they must now bury.

Norma O'Hara Murphy - Gone Drovin'     Country, Folk 13/05/2014
Norma has always been a totally Australian package someone who is proud to be Aussie and has taken her music to the world.
Our drovers are a very special part of our Australian culture and have always been seen as legendary solitary figures who have been a big part of our folk lore. So in a way this is a tribute to all our Drovers, the old battlers, unsung heroes, modern day Drovers.

Other tracks by Norma O'Hara Murphy:  Solid Gold
Christie Lamb - All She Wrote     Country, Pop 14/05/2014
A fresh young talent, Christie Lamb is a rising star of Australian Country Music whose high-energy performances never fail to impress.
‘All She Wrote’ was written by Nashville writers Skip Black, Jon Nite and Rob Hawkins and tells the story of domestic abuse. Christie was instantaneously drawn to the song through its strong story line and catchy melody.

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Paul & Will - When A Man Loves A Woman     Pop, Cover Version, Soul 21/05/2014
Paul & Will now take you back to where it all started, recording songs that influenced them to take a leap into the industry and a music career.
Cover of Percy Sledge’ hit single ‘When A Man Loves A Woman’. Originally released in 1966, it made number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts and was listed 54th in the List of Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest songs of all time.

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Sam West - Reeda     Blues/Roots, Acoustic 02/06/2014
Warm melodies, funky riffs, and thought provoking lyrics, wrapped up in stories of love, life and adventure best describes the music of acoustic pop Artist, Sam West.
The bond between a man and his guitar runs strong and this song speaks for itself. Warm melodies, funky riffs, and thought provoking lyrics, wrapped up in stories of love, life and adventure best describes the music of Acoustic Pop Artist, Sam West.

Johnny Chester - Alone     Country 11/06/2014
With a recording career that began in 1961 and continues even stronger today, Johnny Chester is one of Australia's most enduring recording artists.
Chess has chosen Alone because of the damaging effect loneliness can have on people in the hope that the song may help to make people who have not experienced loneliness appreciate the misfortune of those who have.

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Dianne Lindsay - Jack Bridle     Country 18/06/2014
Mention country music and no-one is more respected than Dianne. Coming from a prominent country family, Dianne works hard to ensure that true Australian country music is alive and well.
We know from our travels throughout Australia of many cases where family members have to seek work outside their properties to make ends meet. This story is about a third generation cattleman and his son and what they had to do to save their beloved cattle run.

Pete Denahy - Looking At My Phone     Country, Comedy 27/06/2014
Pete is a comedian and bluegrass musician hailing from Yackandandah in Victoria. He is a songwriter and singer whose show includes everything from serious ballads to ridiculous stories and songs.
Looking At My Phone is the first single from Pete Denahy's forthcoming album called "Me". It deals with today's most popular past time - looking at a mobile phone - an endless source of happiness. As with Pete's last few offerings, all instruments either sourced or played by himself.

Sam West - Good Women     Blues/Roots, Acoustic 08/07/2014
Sam West is an outstanding young talent who combines a very original singing style with amazing guitar skills and classy, interesting songs. Sam has a big future ahead.
The bond between a man and his guitar runs strong and this song speaks for itself. Warm melodies, funky riffs, and thought provoking lyrics, wrapped up in stories of love, life and adventure best describes the music of Acoustic Pop Artist, Sam West.

Paul Costa - Right Back At Ya     Country, Pop 09/07/2014
Paul Costa is a package for the future – he’s got the looks, the voice and the attitude – but most importantly he’s got the music.
This is a real love song. One of my favorite lines from it is The love you get from me is the love you gave me. It sums up the whole song for me: when you’re feeling the love, the natural way to respond is with more love - Paul

Other tracks by Paul Costa:  Bad Boy
George Sich - If They Only Knew     Country 11/07/2014
The 2010 release of his debut EP ‘True Story, I Swear’ started a journey for singer/songwriter George Sich.
From the guy that brought you “Spinning and Swirling” and “I Got A Little Drunk” comes an even bigger contrast. “If They Only Knew” is the new heavy rock guitar driven single by George Sich from the forthcoming, self-produced album “Spade”, can you dig it?

Courtney Conway - Burning Your Memory Down     Country, Pop 17/07/2014
Courtney has received the ‘Best New Talent’ and Female ‘Artist of the Year’. She has also won Best New Talent at the Victorian and National Country Music Awards.
'For everyone who has cherished the love letters, photos, and memories you shared with someone special, only to find yourself tearing them up and setting fire to it all - this haunting ballad is for you!'

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Tanya Self - Listening In     Country 23/07/2014
May 2014 marked the Random Truths album release, a first for ten years. Fans are shouting out their support with its 9 week ARIA Country Album Chart success.
Tanya Self’s Listening In from her Random Truths album highlights the incidence of domestic violence. The depth of this track and the message is very powerful. Tanya will perform Listening In for White Ribbon at QLD Parliament House, Thursday, 24 July for a “Take the Pledge” ceremony.

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Murrumbidgee Jones - In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down)     Folk, Country 05/08/2014
Honky tonk prankster, Murrumbidgee Jones, is a Rogue City ratbag who wraps musical stories inside simple melodies and orchestrates uncomplicated arrangements.
‘In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down)’ is an often requested and popular live favorite track at Murrumbidgee Jones’ gigs. A rollicking bluegrass ditty irresistible to dancing feet. Fiddles and mandolins aplenty. Good fun.

Norma O'Hara Murphy - Warwick Rodeo     Country 05/08/2014
Norma has always been a totally Australian package someone who is proud to be Aussie and has taken her music to the world.
Warwick Rodeo is 85 years old & still going strong. Norma has written this track as a tribute to Australia’s most famous Rodeo which dates as far back as 1929. ‘Warwick Rodeo’ is just a small gesture for all of our amazing Aussie Cowboys & Cowgirls.