OF EPISODE 8
BARB, BOSTE AND DIXIE CHICKS
winning South Australian chanteuse Beccy Cole debuts on Nu Country
TV this Saturday - November 22 - after a wildly successful Victorian
tour with Adam Harvey.
Cole, 32, performs the title track of her big selling third album
'Little Victories' - a song about unsung heroes - on the eighth
episode of the show on C 31at 8 p m.
The Blackwood born belle played to enthusiastic audiences on one of
her regular tours of the Victorian heartland.
daughter of Adelaide singer Carole Sturtzel and former member of the Dead
Ringer Band, has become popular because of extensive touring and ABC and
community radio airplay.
CLICK HERE for a concert review
from Warrnambool, featuring her cross-dressing with Adam Harvey, and a
DIXIE CHICKS HATCH VIDEO
trio The Dixie Chicks also guest on Nu Country TV with a flashback
video of 'There's Your Trouble' from their fourth album 'Wide
The superstars were snubbed at the 37th CMA Awards in Nashville earlier
this month and also black-banned by some U.S. corporate radio chains.
They were also attacked by precious peers including Toby Keith.
Ironically, Keith was snubbed by voters in the CMA Awards despite
making the finals of seven categories and performing his new hit #1
hit, 'I Love This Bar.'
Dixie Chicks sales soared here after a TV advertising blitz before
their second Australian tour in spring.
was rewarded here for its freedom of speech with hefty CD and DVD sales
for sixth album 'Home.'
CLICK HERE for Dixie Chicks stories from
the Diary on October 11.
BROKEN SPOKE RUNNIN' ON EMPTY
Melbourne band 'Broken Spoke' also debut live on the show this Saturday
with their original tune 'Runnin'.
It's not the debut, of course, of the band's lead singer and songwriter
Paul Hicks who has won a vast galaxy of fans in his TV hosting role.
song is from the band's debut six track CD 'Country Roots Rock'
on their indie label 'Broken Spoke.'
The video is a mixture of footage from recording at Jam Tin studio,
Cheltenham, and the Nu Country TV launch and memorial concert to
'Haybalers' guitarist Hans Herdina at the Bush Inn, West Toorak,
on July 26.
long time Nu Country DJ, formed the band from the ashes of 'The Haybalers'
- a band he played in with fellow station DJS Red Smith (bass) and late
Broken Spoke also features Nu Country technician-sound mixer Rodger Delfos
(guitar) and veteran drummer Ron Mahony.
The band follows Delfos's other band the 'Dead Livers' to Warrnambool,
Port Fairy and Koroit for their second Shipwreck Coast tour over summer.
CLICK HERE for Broken Spoke in the Diary
on August 28.
DO LAST MANGO IN MELBOURNE
band 'Roadhouse', featured at a recent Nu Country TV concert at the Bush
Inn, West Toorak, also debut this week.
Director Peter Hosking captured the band dining out live on their delicious
tune 'Mango' from their album 'Mile For Mile' in the Victorian capital.
CLICK HERE for a Roadhouse story in the
Diary on August 28.
Visit their web page - www.roadhousetheband.net
PLUCKERS SKIN CIRRHOSIS OF THE LOVER
Popular good time country band 'The Pheasant Pluckers' show why they have
a diverse army of fans.
They perform Cirrhosis Of The Lover - definitely the hot favourite for
country song title of the year.
Director Peter Hosking captured the band live in concert performing their
Keith penned tune.
CLICK HERE for a Pheasant Pluckers story
in the Diary on August 28.
More info on the Pheasant
Pluckers at www.pheasantpluckers.com.au
AND CYNDI - DEEP IN THOUGHT
minstrel Barb Waters, who now calls the lower elevation Clifton
Hill home, teams with Cyndi Boste for a duet.
Waters and Basin bred Boste strut their stuff on their live performance
of their evocative tune 'Thinkin' A Lot About You.'
The song is from Waters acclaimed new CD, 'Rosa Duets.'
HERE for a story on Waters from the Diary on August 13.
For info on Cyndi visit www.cyndiboste.com.au
MID PACFIC BOB - FIRE EXTINGUISHER NOT NEEDED
Californian culinary king Mid Pacific Bob Olson has removed the all purposes
fire extinguisher from his kitchen for this week's recipe Mole, pronounced
The Northcote High mathematics teacher and popular Nu Country DJ filmed
his segment quite a few weeks ago before exams.
But Bob was mighty peeved to note that his recipe had been pilfered by
a commercial TV show.
Imitation is a high form of flattery and Bob gives us his delicacy with
an accent few will copy.
CLICK HERE for Bob's web page
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