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Prolific Golden guitarists Luke O'Shea and Lyn Bowtell headline
Nu Country TV Series #43 premiere on Saturday February 29 at 9.30 pm on Channel 31/ Digital 44.
West Texan troubadours Randy Rogers and Kevin Fowler return to the show hosted by Mid Pacific Bob Olson, and repeated Tuesday at 5 am.
Canadian outlaw Cory Marks debuts with Georgian Travis Tritt in
Behind Bars on the program filmed and edited by Laith Graham. Alabama born John Paul White also returns and Gippsland Destiny Band showcase their horses and music.
Nu Country TV is a highlight of C 31 streaming list on Digital 44. Further info - https://www.c31.org.au/
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JOHN PRINE AND JOHN PAUL WHITE TOUR CANCELLED
The Australian April tour by Grammy winning former Chicago postie-singer-songwriter John Prine and John Paul White has been cancelled.
Prine, 73, has been ordered to cancel all concerts and tours by doctors because of a recurring hip injury.
The duo was scheduled to play St Kilda
Palais on April 14 after Byron Bay Blues Festival and before their Sydney and Adelaide concerts.
The promoters issued a statement that Prine was “appreciative of his loyal fans and friends all over the world and looks forward to returning to Australia at a future date.”
Frontier Tours and Love Police will refund money to ticket purchasers.
KELSEY WALDON – KENTUCKY 1988 AND BEYOND
West Kentuckian singer-songwriter Kelsey Waldon has more than the name of hometown -
Monkey's Eyebrow - as an international launch pad.
Since releasing her third album
White Noise/White Lines she also has her name etched on the tiny town's entry sign.
Waldon has released her album here on April tourist John Prine's
Oh Boy label through Cooking Vinyl . CLICK HERE for our Kelsey Waldon feature in The Diary.
BRENDAN MCMAHON – FROM FERNY CREEK TO HAVANA
When Ferny Creek singer-songwriter Brendan McMahon visited Havana he was so impressed by the late Ernest Hemingway's shrine in historic
Ambos Mundos he wrote Hotel Hemingway.
But a frightened echidna that he freed from a Rowville paddock in Melbourne 's eastern suburbs inspired his fourth album's entrée song
Lost My Way.
The son of a former stock and station agent at Kapunda near the Barossa Valley also paid tribute to a steer named Morris in the same paddock on his previous disc that preceded fourth album
In The Moment , released in November. CLICK HERE for our McMahon interview in The Diary.
OLD DOMINION LEAN BACK TO JACK KEROUAC
Award winning Virginian quintet
Old Dominion is the latest act to name check late Beat author Jack Kerouac in idyllic imagery in its highly accessible music.
I'll Roll - penned by guitarist Trevor Rosen, pianist Trevor Rosen and James Slater - is not among the band's first three singles on its third album released on October 25.
But it's likely to follow
Some People Do, Make It Sweet and latest hit One Man Band that airs on Nu Country TV on January 4.
My Heart Is A Bar (and I'm closing it down) is also accompanied by a video. CLICK HERE for our Old Dominion CD feature in The Diary.
LUKE COMBS BRUSHES SALES RECORDS BOOKS
North Carolina nouveau outlaw country star Luke Combs broke sales records on his second album's debut on
Billboard with help from home state mentor Eric Church.
Combs nailed his talent to the bayside cross when he sold out St Kilda
Palais in March with femme fatale Arkansas traveller Ashley McBryde.
Now the prolific singer-songwriter, who co-wrote all 17 songs on
What You See Is What You Get , topped Billboard Top 200 all-genre chart with 172,000 albums sold. CLICK HERE for our Luke Combs CD feature in The Diary.
RAY WYLIE HUBBARD SUPS ON WHISKEY – MYERS LABEL
Whiskey Myers proves why it topped country charts on debut on September 27 with its fifth album in a 12-year career that began in Palestine.
The band mixes Biblical fervour with a fierce outlaw spirit akin to mentors Hank Williams Jr and the late Waylon Jennings.
So it's no surprise that Pentecostal primed entrée single
Die Rockin' was penned by singer Cody Cannon and veteran Texan outlaw Ray Wylie Hubbard.
Hubbard, 73 and one of the pioneers of outlaw country in the Lone Star state, is still recording and performing with little mates Shotgun Willie Nelson, 86, and recent octogenarian Billy Joe Shaver.
CLICK HERE for our Whiskey Myers CD feature in The Diary.
STEVE MARTIN, MARTIN SHORT
AND STEEP CANYON RANGERS
Grammy winning bluegrass band
Steep Canyon Rangers and comedic cronies Steve Martin and Martin Short performed to a capacity crowd at Melbourne Arena.
Now You See Them, Soon You Want show attracted an enthusiastic audience headed by Oscar winning actor Geoffrey Rush.
They scored more laughs than the bloodthirsty boxing bout by two retired footballers at the adjacent
Margaret Court Arena, named after the former tennis champion and latter-day Biblical bell ringer. CLICK HERE for our review in our Concerts Section.
MIRANDA LAMBERT HEADLINES
CMC ROCKS QUEENSLAND
Texan superstar Miranda Lambert headlines the 13 th
CMC Rocks Queensland festival at Ipswich in March on her debut tour here in March.
Miranda and Brothers Osborne also perform Sydney on Tuesday March 24 and
Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on Thursday March 26.
Lambert, 35, topped U.S. country charts with her seventh album
Wildcard on its first week.
The sales, exceeding 44,000 albums, landed it at #4 on the all genre chart and was her seventh consecutive #1 country album and Top 10 on
Miranda revealed in a
Nu Country TV interview she will bring her second husband - New York City cop Brendan McLoughlin - with her to Australia . CLICK HERE for our interview in The Diary on November 11.
GRAMMY WINNERS DAN & SHAY FULL HOUSE
Grammy winning country duo Dan & Shay performed to capacity crowds on three nights at
Rod Laver Arena with young Canadian superstar Shawn Mendes.
The chart toppers celebrated major streaming success with recent video clips for
Tequila and 10,000 Hours.
Dan & Shay debuted on
Nu Country TV on April 22, 2017, with When I Pray For You from the soundtrack of the Sam Worthington-Octavia Spencer-Tim McGraw movie The Shack. CLICK HERE for our Dan & Shay and Shawn Mendes review in our Concert section.
JOE SUN RIP AT 76 IN FLORIDA
When former Vietnam veteran, disc jockey, actor and latter-day singer-songwriter Joe Sun toured here in 1990 he opted for regional venues and country music festivals to showcase his down-home country music.
Now, 29 years down the Lost Highway the Mid-West dairy farmer's son has followed heroes and mentors diverse as Hank Williams, Steve Young and Guy Clark into that great honky tonk heaven.
Sun, born James Paulsen, in Rochester , Wisconsin, died on October 25 at 76 of natural causes in Palm Bay, Florida.
He toured Australia to promote his 10th album
Hank And Bogart Still Live after scoring smashes with Old Flames Don't Hold A Candle To You and Shotgun Rider that later became hits for singing-actor Dolly Parton and Texan Delbert McClinton. CLICK HERE for our Joe Sun obituary in The Diary.
MORGAN EVANS PULLS QUORUM AT THE FORUM
Expat Novocastrian singer-songwriter Morgan Evans performed to a capacity crowd at the historic
Forum in Melbourne CBD.
Evans, 34, may have left his singing spouse Kelsea Ballerini at home in Nashville but had two high profile guests on stage.
Grammy winning New Jersey born producer and singer-songwriter Chris DeStefano, who produced and co-wrote all 11 songs with Evans on his second album
Things That We Drink To , opened the show.
And fellow Novocastrian Mark Wells guested on Evans 2007 debut single
Big Skies from his self-titled album.
CLICK HERE for our review in our Concerts section.
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OUT ON THE WEEKEND
NICK RIEWOLDT FOOTBALL LESSONS FOR TIM MCGRAW
Former St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt gave singing superstar actor Tim McGraw and his capacity concert crowd football kicking lessons at
Rod Laver Arena on Sunday night.
Country music devotee St Nick, just 36, kicked four new
Sherrin footballs high into the bleachers as Tim introduced one of his many hits - I Like It I Love It .
McGraw, 52, reciprocated by emulating his guest with a left foot torpedo and a gridiron throw of another football.
Tim, son of late baseball star Tug McGraw, offered to sing at the AFL grand final in a
Nu Country TV interview in April after seeing Nick play against Collingwood in a preliminary final on a previous tour.
The pilot and singing spouse of fellow star Faith Hill wore a Collingwood jumper at that game.
Nick's kicking lessons were his salient sequel.
CLICK HERE for Carol Taylor's exclusive photos and music review in our Concerts section.
MICHAEL WAUGH RETURNS TO THE WEIR
Gippsland dairy farmer's son Michael Waugh proves he is well qualified to write and sing about extremities of drought and flood that have haunted agrarians for centuries.
The latter-day Scotch College secondary teacher and house master grew up near Glenmaggie Dam and Maffra in the Latrobe Valley .
But the fitness fanatic grandfather also found song sources for his third album
The Weir while heading west on his push bike and catching Countdown icon Molly Meldrum taking in his garbage bins at his Luxor mansion in Richmond.
Waugh, 48, wrote all 13 songs on his acclaimed album produced by Queensland refugee Shane Nicholson.
CLICK HERE for our Waugh Weir CD feature in The Diary.
TYLER CHILDERS IGNITES HOUSE FIRE
Appalachian roots singer-songwriter Tyler Childers returns to
Nu Country TV to promote his acclaimed third album Country Squire.
Childers, 28, and singing spouse Senora May perform his new video for
Americana Award singer plans a second Australian tour after debuting here on March 7 with fellow winner John Prine, 72, who returns to St Kilda Palais in April after winning two more Americana Awards this month. CLICK HERE for a Childers Country Squire CD feature in The Diary.
GEORGE DUCAS YELLOW ROSE MOTEL 2020 TOUR?
When Texas City born hit-writer George Ducas needed a source for his double murder crime of passion title track for fourth album
Yellow Rose Motel he didn't have to look far.
He resurrected fellow Texan singing actor Willie Nelson's famed
Red Headed Stranger album and movie as his inspiration.
At just 48 Ducas is almost four decades younger than Willie, now 86, but their traditional country music theme song sources are a common denominator.
Ducas is keen to promote his album on a tour in 2020 - hopefully launched at the 13th
CMC Rocks Queensland Festival in March. CLICK HERE for our exclusive Ducas interview in The Diary.
RUNAWAY JUNE BLUE ROSES
Runaway June had good reason to bare their hearts on the pathos primed title track finale of their debut album Blue Roses.
The song was inspired by the tragic death of lead singer-guitarist Naomi Cooke's brother Billy Dukes.
Runaway June , featuring late western movie star actor John The Duke Wayne's grand-daughter Jennifer, is touring with Oklahoma oriole Carrie Underwood and Maddie & Tae. CLICK HERE for our Runaway June CD feature in the Diary.
SINGING SHEARER LUKE DICKENS CLICKS SONGS
When singer-songwriter-shearer Luke Dickens wrote nine songs for self-funded second album
After The Rain he discovered his music was creative therapy.
That was after exploring evil outback serial killers, cyber bullies, snakes and wolves.
But the 2011
Star Maker winner balanced his musical diet with love songs for his son Jordan , now 10, and fiancé Sammie whom he plans to marry in October.
“It was therapeutic,” Dickens, 37, told
Nu Country TV of the album produced by Sam Hawksley. CLICK HERE for our Dickens interview in The Diary.
WILLIE HIGH IN THE SADDLE AT 86
Shotgun Willie Nelson proved in his video for his 69 th album title track
Ride Me Back Home he stills ride high in the saddle with no need to dismount.
Willie, a ripe young 86-year-old, chose that song - one of the few he didn't write on his album - as the title.
The song's equine freedom message - equally relevant here with threats to high country Brumbies - echoes human liberation Willie has extolled since leaving Texas hometown Abbott as a teenager.
Willie loves horses and humans - including pianist sister Bobbie, now 88, with equal passion.
Ride Me Back Home was co-written by Sonny Throckmorton after hearing of Willie adopting horses that he stables at his Texas Hill Country ranch. CLICK HERE for our new Willie CD feature in the Diary.
LUKAS TURNS ON - AND OFF THE NEWS
When Lukas Nelson and his long-time band
Promise Of The Real returned here for their April tour they drove home the message of their fifth album title track with dynamic live delivery - especially at the historic Corner Hotel in Richmond .
It may have been a much smaller venue than those played by Lukas's singing sire Willie, now 86, on his tours.
But the aura of singing actor Willie swirled around the venue as Lukas proved why he followed his sire into movies with major roles writing songs on the soundtrack and performing in the Bradley Cooper-Lady Gaga remake of
A Star Is Born.
Lukas's message was and clear - ignore the endless news cycle with its staple diet of war, famine, car jackings, drive-by shootings, murder and mayhem that maul the mean streets of Melbourne and, of course, the Middle East and way beyond.
CLICK HERE for our Lukas Nelson CD feature in The Diary.
BROTHERS OSBORNE PRAISE WILLIE NELSON
Brothers Osborne share more than their penchant for the herb superb with their Octogenarian mentor - singing actor Willie Nelson.
The duo joined Willie, now 86, by expanding their profile and releasing a brace of video clips to promote their eclectic music.
They showcased their Red Headed Stranger eulogy -
Weed, Whiskey & Willie - live on Late Night With Seth Meyers on U.S. TV and the Grand Ole Opry .
The song, accompanied by a video to be screened on
Nu Country TV in August, is on their second album Port Saint Joe. CLICK HERE for a Brothers Osborne CD feature in The Diary.
AARON WATSON SALUTES HEROES
When Texan troubadour Aaron Watson wrote 20 new songs for his 14th album
Red Bandana he didn't have to look far to pay homage to his heroes.
Watson, now 41, opened with
The Ghost Of Guy Clark and included eulogies to the late Red Steagall on Riding With Red and a vast cast of mentors in Legends .
Clark, a revered singer-songwriter, attracted celebrity studded audiences on his Australian tours, before he died of lymphatic cancer at 74 on May 17, 2016.
CLICK HERE for our Aaron Watson CD feature in The Diary.
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DOLLY DUMPLINGS FOR DINNER
Septuagenarian singing actress Dolly Parton is joined by a vast cast of peers on the soundtrack of her latest movie
Dumplings that was released in December.
Pistol Annie Miranda Lambert, Mavis Staples, bluegrass belles Alison Krauss and Rhonda Vincent and Adelaide born Sia.
Dolly, 73, wrote six new songs for the movie.
CLICK HERE for our Dolly CD feature in The Diary.
MARTY BROWN BACK IN TOWN
Kentucky roots country singer-songwriter Marty Brown has returned after a 23-year recording hiatus with his fifth album
American Highway .
Brown, 53, wrote all 10 songs with his co-producer Jon Tiven after a career rebirth on America 's Got Talent.
The singer is joined by his entire family including teacher wife Shellie and co-writer son Marty Brown Jr on his video for
Umbrella Lovers that premieres on Nu Country TV on Saturday July 13. CLICK HERE for our CD feature in The Diary.
LEE KERNAGHAN 15TH ALBUM BACKROAD NATION TOUR
Australian country music king Lee Kernaghan has released his 15 th album
Backroad Nation that he is promoting on a national tour.
Kernaghan, 37-time Golden Guitarist, visited the outback to film videos, featured on
Nu Country TV , for Wheels and the album title track.
The album is a riveting reflection of his travels that earned him four
ARIA and three APRA Awards while raising funds for long suffering farmers beset by drought, flood and famine.
Kernaghan, 55 and father of two sons, features singing spouse Robby on his album that features 12 new original songs.
CLICK HERE for our Backroad Nation CD feature in The Diary on May 20.
KACEY MUSGRAVES TOASTS PALAIS GIG
WITH SILVER SLIPPER SHOEY
Texan temptress Kacey Musgraves finished her St Kilda
Palais concert with a shoey of gin sipped from her silver slippers.
The four-time Grammy winner finished her show bare foot with the 13 th new song from her seventh album
Musgraves, 30, performed a marathon autumnal 20 song spectacular with her sizzling sextet of besuited multi-instrumentalists.
CLICK HERE for our review in our Concerts section.
Photos - Andrew Friend
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FELICITY DINES OUT ON FROZEN RABBIT
Prolific Golden Guitarist and multi-media minstrel Felicity made the most of her decade long hiatus as a solo artist by recording two acclaimed trio discs with Lyn Bowtell and Kevin Bennett.
But it was a pre-marital overseas sojourn with producer-guitarist-photographer-graphic artist Glen Hannah that fuelled
New Harmony - entree of seventh solo album Frozen Rabbit, released on April 26.
Felicity and co-writer Luke Webb have detailed the joyous journey that also produced two daughters who have also joined her on-stage.
CLICK HERE for a Felicity Frozen Rabbit feature in The Diary on April 29.
TIM MCGRAW AFL GRAND FINAL OFFER
Singer-songwriter actor and pilot Tim McGraw has offered to sing at the AFL Grand Final during his third Australian tour in September.
McGraw, now 51, wore a Collingwood jumper when he as a guest at a previous final when the Magpies and St Kilda fought an epic battle in front of 80,000 plus fans.
Tim starred in Hollywood movies including gridiron box office smash
The Blind Side with Sandra Bullock and Country Strong with Gwyneth Paltrow.
He also wrote his duet with singing spouse Faith Hill -
Keep Your Eyes On Me - for 2017 movie The Shack starring British born Australian actor Sam Worthington and Octavia Spencer.
Tim headlines the 21 st
Deni Ute Muster on October 5 and Country To Country festivals in Brisbane and Sydney. CLICK HERE for our McGraw Interview in The Diary.
LUKAS NELSON AND THE PROMISE OF THE REAL
Fellow Texas raised singer-songwriter Lukas Nelson and
The Promise Of The Real performed one of the most dynamic live concerts of the young year at the famed Corner Hotel , Richmond.
Lukas, just 30, proved that he is a genuine keeper of his famed singing actor sire Willie's flame in a two-hour music marathon.
Riverina refugee William Crighton and Melbourne sisters -
The Wolfgramms - added spice to the sensational show.
CLICK HERE for our review on our Concerts page.
< Photo by Carol Taylor
DEVIN DAWSON PRISON SONGS FUEL DEBUT ALBUM
Californian singer-songwriter Devin Dawson had good reason to exploit prison imagery and metaphors in three of 12 songs he wrote on his debut album
Dark Horse .
He grew up in Orangevale near the gates of the infamous
Folsom Prison and could hear nocturnal sirens roar throughout his childhood.
Devin used gaol backdrops in two of his video clips.
Dawson , 30, also hosted the inaugural
Country Music Association Showcase at the historic Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne on Saturday March 23.
Devin led a quintet of singer-songwriters - fellow American Brandy Clark, Canadian chanteuses Lindsay Ell and Tenille Townes and Mornington Peninsula raised multi-media artist Lachlan Bryan - in the prestige concert.
CLICK HERE to read our exclusive interview with Dawson in The Diary. CLICK HERE to read our CMA showcase review in our Concerts section.
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE ROD LAVER RESURRECTION
Florida Georgia Line performed to a capacity audience in their return to Rod Laver Arena on March 20.
Chart-topping Georgian singer-songwriter Thomas Rhett - son of fellow star Rhett Akins - and Tennessee preacher's son Morgan Wallen shared the bill.
The dry indoor stage was a vast contrast to storm drenched 12th CMC Rocks Queensland festival in Ipswich.
CLICK HERE for our review in our Concerts Section.
LUKE COMBS-ASHLEY MCBRYDE STORM PALAIS
Photo credit - Peter Coates Inside Edge Photography
Nouveau North Carolina outlaw singer-songwriter Luke Combs built on his large Australian fan base on his return tour.
Combs, just 29, and Ashley McBryde headlined a joint St Kilda
Palais concert after appearing at the sold-out CMC Rocks Queensland Festival in Ipswich . CLICK HERE for our Palais review in our Concerts Section.
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE RETURN
Florida Georgia Line headline their concert at Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday March 20 after supporting Georgian star Jason Aldean on their 2016 tour.
The band, fresh from
CMC Rocks Queensland festival in Ipswich, perform with another Georgian Thomas Rhett and Tennessee preacher's son Morgan Wallen. CLICK HERE for our new Florida Georgia Line feature interview in The Diary.
JOHN PRINE AND TYLER CHILDERS CONCERT REVIEW
Former Chicago postman John Prine and Kentucky coalminer's son Tyler Childers performed a marathon St Kilda
Palais concert on March 7.
Prine's stellar quartet were joined by Texan singer-songwriter Alejandro Escovedo and the headliner's wife Fiona for an all-star encore.
The capacity crowd enjoyed an eclectic concert by Prine's posse after his 25-year Australian hiatus.
Prine, 72, played the famed
Hanging Rock race-course on his 1993 tour and Childers, 27, impressed on his dynamic down under debut.
CLICK HERE for our live review in our Concerts section.
BRETT YOUNG TICKET TO L.A. INTERVIEW
Californian singer-songwriter Brett Young celebrates his 38th birthday on his return to
Nu Country TV on Saturday March 23.
Young's pastor father Brad was celebrant of his wedding to Taylor Mills in November.
Brett revealed Taylor was source of several songs as he launched his fifth solo CD
Ticket To L.A. CLICK HERE for our Young interview in The Diary.
BLACK KITES FLY IN YARRA VALLEY
Photo by Jordie Taylor
Melbourne country roots band The
Black Kites flew high on a marathon free concert at the Yering Station Farmers Market.
The quartet, who have released an indie 8 track CD, return to the historic station each month to entertain visitors and fresh produce shoppers.
CLICK HERE to read our Black Kites review in our Concerts section.
JOHN HIATT ECLIPSE SESSIONS
There's no danger of Mid-west refugee John Hiatt hitting the highest notes at the age of 66 on his 23rd solo album
The Eclipse Sessions.
But Hiatt, who won acclaim on his Australian tours, delivers droll humour in love metaphors in new single
Over The Hill, accompanied by a video we feature on Nu Country TV.
Hiatt recorded his album near Nashville during the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.
CLICK HERE for our Hiatt CD feature and interview in The Diary.
WIN KIP MOORE CD SLOWHEART
DEAD LIVERS 40 TH ANNIVERSARY REMASTERED
GREATEST MISSES CD
Pioneer Victorian outlaw country band The
Dead Livers celebrated its 40th anniversary by releasing a re-mastered edition of debut CD Greatest Misses.
By popular demand the band has changed the CD launch venue to the
Velvet Room of Thornbury Theatre at 859 High Street , Thornbury, on Saturday May 12.
There are three new alternate songs on the 14 track CD that was re-mastered by
Lost In Suburbia guitarist Peter Bird at his Warrnambool recording studio Yelp .
Ironically, bassist Michael Schack and pedal steel guitarist Brendan Mitchell both boomeranged from successful liver transplants to enjoy their musical and personal longevity.
Greatest Misses CD is also available as a digital download.
CLICK HERE for more details on the Nu Country Records page.
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