COUNTRY EPISODE 3
& WELCH PORT FAIRY DEBUT
record company owners Kieran Kane and Kevin Welch recorded a live
album in Melbourne on their first tour of Australia.
But we caught up with the hit writing duo when they showcased their
second duet album You Can't Save Everybody at the famed Port
Fairy folk festival in March.
Our videographers Carol Taylor and Heather Rutherford caught the
dynamic duo as they performed their entire new album in the tent
city of the historic seaside Victorian village.
The duo appear
on the third episode of the second series of Nu Country TV in a steamy
show hosted by veteran actor Peter Hosking - our director and producer.
time out from performing in The Secret Life Of Us and bicep bursting
pick and shovel renovations of his haunted house to step behind his own
Peter gave the results to editor Michael Wormald to turn to gold by altruistic
CLICK HERE for Kieran
Kane story from the Diary on February 16.
CLICK HERE for a Kevin Welch story
from the Diary on October 30.
WATERS SAILS INTO PORT
winning duo Brooks & Dunn have won an international audience with
soulful country music over 15 years.
The lads, with sales surpassing 25 million, perform the chart topping
title track of their eighth album Red Dirt Road.
CLICK HERE for a Brooks
& Dunn review from the Diary.
When Arizona born singer Dierks Bentley sang about an Alabama girl he
dated when he first went to Nashville he had no idea it would be his first
Bentley, now 28, was more scared of the girl's ferocious father when he
released What Was I Thinking.
CLICK HERE for a Dierks review
from the Diary.
MID PACIFIC BOB
chef Mid Pacific Bob Olson survived the recent floods in Northcote and
went back into his kitchen for this delicious recipe.
Take note so you can sample Bob's delicious dish.
CLICK HERE for Bob's brews.
RIVERS A JUKE BOX FOOL
export Red Rivers, fresh from his latest overseas sojourn, performs
Juke Box Fool live in Melbourne.
Red, interviewed by Nu Country TV host Paul Hicks, at the Clifton
Hill hotel proves why he is in big demand here and in Europe.
CLICK HERE for a Red Rivers
story from the Diary on June 19.
John Williamson shared one of Sunraysia born Sara Storer's seven Gold
Guitar awards at Tamworth in January.
The patriotic bush balladeer performs solo on Salisbury Street - one of
his most popular recent songs.
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