DIARY - 9 JANUARY 2005 - EPISODE 2 PREVIEW - 3RD SERIES
- NOW IT'S GONE
reared roots country band The T-Bones headline Episode 2 of Series
#3 of Nu Country TV on Saturday January 15.
The T-Bones also provide the roughage on the young country diet of
the Nu Country TV free concert at the Arts Centre on Sunday January
The band wrote High Street Sunset about the Beer Can Hill locale of
the former Nu Country studio that burned down on June 26, 2000.
time Nu Country TV producer director Peter Hosking filmed the T-Bones
live on their singer Andrew Pupillo's original song It's Gone.
It was a highlight of their fifth album Smartest Kid In Town.
The band recently released its seventh album Lowdown on Corduroy
CLICK HERE to read a CD Review.
And HERE for a previous story
from the DIARY on November 25, 2003.
HERE for an Adam Harvey feature from the DIARY on October 8, 2003.
born trucking troubadour Adam Harvey perform songs from his sixth
album Can't Settle For Less when he headlines the 16th Bunyip Country
Music Festival on Sunday February 27.
Harvey recently returned from a Canadian tour with Jason McCoy.
The tour was a reciprocal visit for their joint Australian regional
tour in 2004.
Harvey debuts the video clip for his hot new single That's What You
Call A Friend from his new ABC Music album.
The Bunyip concert precedes a national tour with another Canadian
- former rodeo rider Corb Lund.
chart topping Kentucky duo Montgomery Gentry blazed a hot trail as it
duels with Brooks & Dunn for sales and awards.
The lads are protégés of Charlie Daniels, Hank Williams
Jr, the late Waylon Jennings and other kindred spirits.
They perform their first #1 hit single If You Ever Stop Loving Me
from their fourth gold album and DVD You Do Your Thing ( Sony.)
The hit was penned by co-producer Rivers Rutherford, Tom Shapiro and Pam
Tillis's second ex singing spouse Bob DiPiero.
CLICK HERE for a
Montgomery Gentry story from the DIARY.
STEVE FORDE SINGS A LETTER
farmer and rodeo rider Steve Forde bit the bullet and worked in the U.S.
to soak up the music scene.
Forde was raised on a Cowra farm and mixed music with bull riding and
bareback bronc work before following his dream to Texas in 1998.
The singer, now 28, honed his tunes with Music City writers and cut two
albums in Nashville - Livin' Right in 2002 and Wild Ride
Steve performs the video for his new single The Letter from Wild
Ride this week.
CLICK HERE for a fast Forde
story in the DIARY.
FISK & CRISTIAN
duo Donna Fisk and Michael Cristian rolled in the snow to create a
chilly vibe for the title track of their third album The Big Picture
on Honk Records.
The creative couple have again bolted into the finals of the Australian
Country Music Awards this weekend.
Donna and Michael competed with Bella, Carter & Carter, The Flood
and Jonah's Road in the vocal group or duo of the year with this song.
CLICK HERE for a Fisk &
Cristian story from The Diary on November 11, 2003.
NICKI GILLIS ON THE MOUNTAIN
West Australian singer Nicki Gillis debuts the video for her new single
On The Mountain on Nu Country TV.
The 1996 Gympie Muster Winner was also the 2002 headliner at the World
Women's Hockey Championships captivating her audience of over 10,000
plus via satellite to viewers in 16 countries.
She made the finals of Female Vocalist at the Victorian Country Music
& Australian Songwriters Association Awards for her song Lonely
from On The Mountain.
Nicki also joined Newcastle-based artist Brooke Leal in the duo Velvet
Further info - www.nickigillis.com.au
BOB IN THE KITCHEN
What do you
get when you let loose an expatriate Arizona mathematics teacher in the
Northcote High School kitchen?
Check out our celebrity chef and treasurer Mid Pacific Bob's delicious
hot recipe of the week
Olson burned the midnight oil but not culinary delicacies before heading
to Tathra to escape floods, famine and bushfires.
Hey, no fire extinguisher needed in the Beer Can Hill delta kitchen of
CLICK HERE for Bob's beauties
from the past and check out what he's cooking up in future shows.
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