OF EPISODE 6 - SECOND SERIES
award winning singer and multi-instrumentalist Alison Krauss headlines
the sixth episode of the second series of Nu Country TV.
Krauss, 33, performs the John Pennell penned title track of her 1992
album Every Time You Say Goodbye featuring her band Union Station.
The song was reprised on her recent double CD and DVD Live At The
Krauss accompanied Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan on fiddle and vocals
on the latest Grammy Awards.
The singer proves why she became a huge selling bluegrass artist long
before the O Brother Where Art Thou phenomenon.
Former child prodigy Alison, born in Champagne, Illinois, has released
10 albums and has won 18 Grammies - making her the leader in her gender.
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ROSE IN HAYES PADDOCK
Melbourne Tex-Mex band Texicali Rose debut on Nu Country with a live
performance on harmony day in Hayes Paddock at the City Of Boroondara
The band, fronted by Sally Ford, perform their tune Tu Solo Tu from
their second album Ofrenda.
Texicali Rose, on the verge of making their third album in 10 years,
performed to a packed twilight crowd at the sedate setting.
Boroondara Community Foundation Manager and Nu Country videographer
Carol Taylor filmed the multi-cultural musicians.
veteran of several overseas tours including forays into Mexico, has a
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AND BAYWATCH BABE
country singer Billy Currington has a bonus in the video for his new single
I Got A Feelin.'
Baywatch babe Gena Lee Nolin, a former real life romantic interest for
Currington plays the lover of Currington's character in his hit.
But Gena doesn't perform with as much passion as on a Paris Hilton style
video with her estranged husband Greg Fahlman.
That video is being hawked on the net by one of Greg's spurned spouses
for a $1 million.
Gena, latter day belle for Nashville Predators hockey star Cale Hulse,
frocks up in a more modest clobber for I Got A Feelin' from Currington's
self titled debut disc.
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AND KAREN O'SHEA
Luke and Karen O'Shea perform live on Nu Country on Saturday - but not
Luke performs his song Rockin' Chair live at the Gympie Muster.
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BELLA BLOOM AT BUNYIP
And Karen's Gold Guitar winning trio Bella showcase their song Goodbye,
So Long Farewell at the 15th Bunyip Country Music festival in Gippsland.
Nu Country videographer Heather Rutherford filmed the trio as they promoted
their debut EP CD, Tumbling Down, for Ocean Road Music.
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The DIARY on February 25.
WILSON LOOKS OUT FOR LOVE
PACIFIC BOB KITCHEN CLASSIC
High School mathematics teacher Mid Pacific Bob Olson heats up his recipe
of the week after adding up all the natural ingredients.
The expatriate Californian took time out from post flood renovations to
show why this is a recipe not to be missed on My Kitchen #2
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