HEADLINE NU COUNTRY TV
Georgian born superstar Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett headline the second
episode of the second series of Nu Country TV with CMA award winning marathon
chart topping hit It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere.
The duo performed the song live on the star-studded awards show in spring
Jackson included the song on his platinum selling latest Greatest Hits
disc that is also earning big royalties for recent Aussie tourist Kieran
Kane wrote and recorded the evocative love song I'll Go On Loving You
before Jackson topped charts with it.
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story from the Diary on November 12.
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Jackon's latest CDs
CHESNEY DEBUTS ON NU COUNTRY
Superstar Kenny Chesney, born in Tennessean town Luttrell, - same launch
pad as the late Chet Atkins - has also duetted recently with Buffett.
Chesney's huge selling eighth album When The Sun Goes Down produced
the hit There Goes My Life that premieres on Nu Country TV.
The singer, biggest grossing live act in the U.S. last year behind Bruce
Springsteen and the Dave Matthews, has boomeranged from a headline grabbing
horse play with Tim McGraw that earned him international headlines.
Chesney, 36, also duets with rapper Uncle Kracker on his latest disc.
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Chesney review from the Diary.
duo Fisk & Christian made the finals of the recent Australian
Country Music Awards in Tamworth.
Geelong reared Donna and Michael perform a video for their geographic
gem Dimboola about the famed Wimmera wheat belt town.
The duo has released a new CD The Big Picture.
CLICK HERE for a story on Fisk & Christian on November 11.
PLUCKERS ENJOY CITY LIFE
Melbourne band the Pheasant Pluckers are back in the big smoke after winning
wide acclaim at the Port Fairy folk festival.
The band performs a live version of their tune City Life.
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story from the Diary on August 28.
chanteuse Lisa Miller, fresh from her support role on the Neil Young tour,
performs a live version of Something's On Your Mind.
The former Truckasaurus singer proves why she had scored national ABC
TV and radio exposure.
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