OF EPISODE 7
EXPORTS HEADLINE NU COUNTRY TV
winning Geelong exports Adam Harvey and Donna Fisk headline this week's
hot episode of Nu Country TV.
Harvey reveals all about his songwriting in an interview and performs
new single 'Call It Love' from his fifth album 'Cowboy Dreams.'
It's not clear if it will have the same aftermath as his recent confession
on the front page of Geelong Advertiser Big Weekend magazine about
the source of his song 'She Don't Know It Yet.'
Harvey, 28, confessed in a revealing interview that he wrote the song
about a barmaid he admired from afar at the Dinosaur Hotel when he
was just 18.
The revelation prompted an avalanche of phone calls from his mother-in-law
in Geelong to his wife Kathy in Terrigal on the Central Coast.
to full houses in Geelong and Warrnambool after a concert at Langi Kal
We interviewed him in fellow award winner Felicity's boudoir at the Hallam
You can win the new Adam Harvey CD 'Cowboy Dreams' by visiting
the Nu Country web page after the show at www.nucountry.com.au
CLICK HERE for further details
about Harvey's song writing
in the Diary on October 8.
FISK & CRISTIAN NOT GOING OUT OF STYLE
& Cristian debut this week with a video of their new single 'Going
Out Of Style' from their third album, 'The Big Picture.'
Donna is the daughter of veteran singer-songwriter and DJ Gene Bradley
Fisk - music director of Country FM in Geelong.
The Fisk family are a country music dynasty akin to the Dusty, Kernaghan,
Chambers and Schneider families.
And Cristian has had major individual success - as a producer for
'The Seekers' live and in the studio.
The duo bumped Texan country star Lee Roy Parnell when their song
'Rock' N Footy' became the theme for Seven Network's AFL footy
telecasts and then hit the charts.
long been demand as a duo, sharing stages with Tom T Hall, Blood, Sweat
& Tears, Donny Osmond, Tom Jones, Dionne Warwick, Barry Humphries
and the late John Denver.
HERE for a FISK & CRISTIAN story.
GIT SMOKY ROSES
combo Git perform a live version of Sarah Carroll's tune 'Smoky Roses'
from their fourth album 'Flowers.'
The quartet, making regular forays into Texas and Tennessee, won a large
fan base since starting as a trio.
Git, formed in 1998, and cut their acclaimed album at Fatsound Studio,
West Melbourne, between July and September of 2002.
Further info visit - http://www.gitgals.com/
NEW AGE COWPERSONS
Perth singing saddle tramps Sensitive New Age Cowpersons deliver a dynamic
live cut of their New National Anthem.
The band, which has won national airplay since 1994, featured their song
on their album on Warner Music last millennium.
Further info visit - http://www.cowpersons.com/
DOLLY PARTON SHINES
minstrel Dolly Parton also struts her stuff in a sensual video clip of
her song 'Shine' from her 2001 bluegrass album, 'Little Sparrow.'
Dolly, 57 and a recording artist for 35 years, is the subject of a recent
tribute album, 'Just Because I'm A Woman.'
CLICK HERE for a review of Just Because
I'm A Woman in the diary on October 18.
We also have reviews of Little Sparrow and Haloes And Horns
recorded after her return to bluegrass on her 1999 disc The Grass Is
Blue. - CLICK HERE.
AUDREY AULD DOIN' WELL
Van Diemens Land refugee Audrey Auld performs a live version of her tune
Doin' Well from her second album 'Losing Faith.'
Audrey wrote the song after receiving career advice from former partner
Bill Chambers on one of his U.S. tours with daughter Kasey.
CLICK HERE for an Audrey interview in
the Diary on August 3.
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