DIARY - 25 JULY 2006 - PREVIEW EPISODE 4 - SERIES 6
WELCH AND KIERAN KANE HEADLINE NU COUNTRY TV
acclaimed Nashville singer-songwriters Kevin Welch and Kieran Kane
headline Nu Country TV this Saturday -
July 29 - on C 31.
The duo performs its vitriolic, timely parody of the nepotistic nexus
between war and politics Everybody's Working For The Man live
from Port Fairy folk festival on the Shipwreck Coast of Victoria.
Kane, prolific hit writers for peers over three decades, won new fans
in the large marquee at Southcombe Reserve near the Moyne River mouth.
It's a highlight
of the second Welch-Kane studio CD, You Can't Save Everybody.
Welch, Kane and Fats Kaplin plan to return to Australia in 2007 to promote
their new CD Lost John Dean that is not about the White House
Nu Country TV is screened on C 31 in Victoria on Saturday at 8.30 p m.,
Thursday at high noon and in South Australia on Sunday at 6.30 p m.
CLICK HERE for a Kane interview
from the Diary.
CLICK HERE for a Welch
interview from the Diary on February 19, 2005.
Coast country band Lost In Suburbia frequently performs in Port Fairy
and also in Warrnambool nestled between the Hopkins and Merri Rivers.
The group, formed from the ashes of eighties group Nevada, has just released
its self-titled indie debut disc.
for producer-bassist Peter Bird's original tune Foolish Heart was
filmed midst the dense foliage in the Bird backyard in Warrnambool.
Present for the shoot was pedal steel guitarist truck driver Murray McDowell
on a rare day off from milk collection duties in his Nestle tanker.
Lost In Suburbia features former Nevada guitarist Trevor McKenzie, singer
Wendy Goyen, original T-Bones and Slap N The Cats drummer Rohan Keert
and Dead Livers co-founder Michael Schack.
The band opened for The Amazing Rhythm Aces on one of their Australian
tours that included a gig at the now defunct Lady Bay Hotel in Warrnambool.
to visit Lost In Suburbia web page.
travels across famed Nullarbor for the new clip by syndicated broadcaster
Dave was born on a cattle station in the Northern Territory and started
his radio career in Alice Springs.
He has hosted radio shows and managed stations in Darwin, Sydney,
Adelaide and Port Lincoln
Dave ventures into a lush paddock near his Geraldton home to perform
the video of All These Things I Do from his third album Barbed
HERE to visit Dave's web page
CASH - ONE IN A BILLION
continent country star Bobby Cash proved one in a billion on his 11
Cash has been subject of Australian TV documentaries and a brace of
current affairs and variety shows here and overseas.
Bobby, born and raised in Clement Town, near Dehradun in Northeast
India, and his Aussie mates perform a video for his tune What Would
Tamworth multi-instrumentalist Lawrie Minson produced Cash discs State
Of My Heart and Cowboy at Heart (Gobsmacked) that features
duets with Warrnambool raised legend Smoky Dawson and Tania Kernaghan.
in Melbourne on his national tour earlier this year to promote his CD
and DVD The Indian Cowboy - One In A Billion.
More info on the singer at www.bobbycash.com.au
born and Kansas raised Bobbie Cryner is best known in Australia for
her Patsy Cline inspired classic Daddy Laid The Blues On Me.
The singer performs a video of her hit I Just Can't Stand To Be
Unhappy from her 1996 album Girl Of Your Dreams for Nu
Cryner, now 43, also wrote Real Live Woman - title track of
Georgian singer Trisha Yearwood ninth album.
left a tape of the song in Yearwood's letterbox shortly after Trisha split
with second husband Robert Reynolds - bassist for The Mavericks.
long before Trisha wed Oklahoma superstar Garth Brooks and performed on
Australian country king Lee Kernaghan's eighth album The New Bush.
Cryner later sued her former producer and publisher Carl Jackson for total
ownership of Real Live Woman and other songs.
Bobbie, real name is Phyllis Cryner Maffett, recorded during the early
and mid-1990s, first for Epic and then for MCA Records.
Her highest-charting song was You'd Think He'd Know Me Better that
peaked at #56 in 1996.
Other chart songs were Daddy Laid the Blues on Me, He Feels Guilty
and You Could Steal Me.
She also wrote evocative tune Nobody Love, Nobody Gets Hurt - title
track of Suzy Bogguss's eighth album in 1998.
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