Georgian tourist Kip Moore headlines the N u Country TV Series #55 premiere at 7 pm on Saturday March 11 on the eve of his latest Australian tour.

Virginians Chase Mitchell, Sierra Ferrell and Morgan Wade return to the show repeated Wednesday at 1 am.

Cameron Daddo and Cameron Cusack perform a Behind Bars Cameron double shot.

Expat Scot Melbourne singer-songwriter Rich Webb boomerangs to the program filmed and edited by our multi-talented lockdown producer-host Laith Graham.

Nu Country TV is a highlight of C 31 streaming list on Digital 44.

Further info - https://www.c31.org.au/


West Virginian mountains minstrel Morgan Wade explores love with CMC Rocks Queensland festival headliner Kip Moore on their Nu Country return.

Moore, 42, shares CMC festival billing with Zac Brown Band, Morgan Wallen, Ashley McBryde, Randy Houser and other major acts at Willowbank Raceway, Ipswich, from March 17-19.

Kip and Randy Houser also play Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne on March 15.

Wade, 28, released two albums and performs with Moore in new video If I Was Your Lover that follows four Kip albums and 33 minute documentary The Journey To Slowheart .

Moore fronted our show in October with How High from fourth album Wild World deluxe disc and his revamped Crazy One More Time from debut album Up All Night.

Kip played 2018 CMC Rocks Queensland festival and Melbourne Forum with Lee Brice and Charlie Worsham.

Moore, one of six children, debuted at Snowy Mountains country festival in Thredbo and CMC Rocks Queensland in 2016.

Kip and Ashley McBryde also fronted our show at famed Ryman in Nashville for Jani Blue after his previous Nu Country videos Fire On Wheels, In The Wild, Don't Go Changing, More Girls Like You, How High and Last Shot.

Morgan Wade hails from Roanoke in Virginia and, like fellow female outlaw Ashley McBryde, prefers tatts to hats.

Wade, now 28, began performing in public nine years ago and put her Stepbrothers band together via Craiglist.

The Appalachian heroine previously fronted Nu Country with her Don't Cry video from debut album Reckless produced by Jason Isbell's guitarist Sadler Vaden.

It came out March 19, 2021, on Thirty Tigers/Cooking Vinyl and features singles Take Me Away and Wilder Days.

Further info - https://www.morganwademusic.com/

CLICK HERE for a Kip Moore feature in The Diary on April 16, 2018.


Another West Virginian Chase Mitchell also explores romance in his new video.

Chase, now 32, signed his first record deal when he was just nine and opened shows for Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, OutKast, Destiny's Child and other artists.

He finds true love with his wife on a back road on his Nu Country debut.

Chase wrote and produced Back Road for his debut album Chase Your Purpose with prolific guitarist-producer Danny Rader.

It's a tribute to first love from small-town perspective.

“My hope for the single is that it inspires others to find love and close relationships again, new or old,” Chase revealed.

“At the end of the day, we as humans all long for that special type of connection in life, and by all means, if you're going to fall in love, whether for your first time or your 100th time, do it on a Back Road .”

Further info - https://chasemusik.com/


Melbourne born singing actor Cameron Daddo and his Paisley Prophets return to our show in a Cameron Behind Bars double shot.

They perform a Steve Hoy penned song produced by Michael Carpenter.

Break Up Fall Out follows four albums and 2020 EP Son and Moon by Daddo who starred in movies and TV shows during 25 years in the U.S.

Cameron, now 57 and father of three, lives on Sydney 's northern beaches and hosts radio shows.

Further info - https://www.cameo.com/camdadd


Former Nu Country TV guest host Cameron Cusack explores skeletons and broken hearts after his video character hit the bottle after losing in love.

Cameron hosted Nu Country when he lived at Merimbula on the NSW Sapphire Coast where he was discovered by former Nu Country producer Peter Staubli.

The Starmaker finalist fronted our show with his 2015 Endless Summer video filmed at nearby Tura Beach.

Cameron, now, 32, lives at Palm Cove north of Cairns in Queensland - and shot previous video at nearby Ellis Beach.

Cusack hooked fisherwoman femme fatale Sam McGown, also from hometown Merimbula, in his video.

“The blonde woman fishing and drinking beer was a backpacker in Cairns we found,” Cusack revealed.

“Her name is Kayla Striegler. The brunette girl fishing and at the end is my better half. The director was a Cairns local, Kyle Wilson who was also very easy to work with!”

Cusack's band comprises drummer Mitchell Steele, bassist Callan Barnes and guitarist Chris McKelvie.

Skeletons & Broken Hearts follows Cameron's second album Postcards To Marli , 2011 indie debut album Wasting Time and 2013 EP Cars And Guitars.

CLICK HERE for an exclusive Cameron interview in The Diary on January 11, 2011


Expat Scot and long-time Melbourne singer-songwriter Rich Webb takes viewers on a joyous journey to Western Victoria.

Rich visited Sea Lake , Birchip, Dimboola, Lake Tyrell and many locales on his three day road trip way out west.

Blue Wildflowers is third single on his seventh album Right , released on December 9.

Webb teamed with friends Matthew Lawes-Wickwar and Louis C Brandt to film his video with his family and crew to celebrate beauty of country Victoria.

“The idea was simple - a road trip into country Victoria for three days - and to film whatever we fancied along the way,” Webb revealed.

“Louis jumped in a hire car with me and a load of camera equipment, and my partner Emma and our two boys jumped in our car and we set off. It ended up being the most amazing trip - a hell of a lot of fun, some stunning images, an absolute pleasure to get out of town and everyone we met along the way was so positive and upbeat. I came back full of that positivity and just pleased we'd got out there for three days - it's such a wonderfully beautiful and intense country we live in. There were two real highlights - Lake Tyrrell at dawn, an inland salt-lake in the Mallee part of north-west Victoria, which was cosmically beautiful - that's where the surreal pink-tinged footage came from in the middle of the clip, it was quite an amazing experience and The Victoria Hotel in Dimboola which was a totally rad place to stay - that's where the back end of the video was shot. Wow, it's beautiful out there!”.

Webb also revealed the song source.

“It's in many ways an apology song - to a few people broadly, but one lovely person in particular that I didn't treat as well as I should have done,” Webb explained.

Webb previously fronted our show with refugee video Love Someone - his sixth solo album title track.

He guested with saxophonist son Henry, another son Alfred and wife Emma in If You Were To Go from 1998 album The Girl Who Laughed Too Much that was remastered and re-released in 2019.

Further info - https://rich-webb.com


West Virginian Sierra Ferrell headed to her church of choice on her Nu Country return.

Sierra, 33, played two Out On The Weekend festivals on the dock of the bay at Steamworks in Williamstown.

This time she headed to Treehouse chapel in Nashville.

Sierra says her Bells Of Every Chapel video was inspired by late Queen Elizabeth in Crown TV series and one of 12 songs she wrote for debut album Long Time Coming produced by Australian indie musician Stu Hibberd and 10-time Grammy winner Gary Paczosa.

Ferrell rose from busking to hit writing and previously fronted Nu Country with her In Dreams video filmed at the Sacred Dog Farm in Fairview, Tennessee.

Her album was recorded at Nashville 's Southern Ground and Minutia studios and features Billy Strings, Dennis Crouch, Jerry Douglas, Rory Hoffman, Jedd Hughes, Sarah Jarosz, Julie Lee, Justin Moses, Tim O'Brien and Chris Scruggs.

Ferrell performed in a local bar aged seven.

Chance encounters with nomadic musicians inspired her to leave home in her early twenties and join them in their cross country journey playing everywhere from freight train boxcars to truck stops.

After busking on Seattle and New Orleans streets she moved to Nashville and signed to Rounder in 2019.

Further info - https://www.sierraferrellmusic.com/


Help us celebrate being Nu Country TV members and win albums by late Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Highwaymen by becoming a Nu Country member or renewing your membership.

George, Waylon, Merle and Willie Nelson were among country historian Barbara Dowling's favourite Texans.

The Waylon, Highwaymen , Merle and George discs were donated by Barbara who died at 77 in December, 2020.

She co-hosted Long In The Saddle in our Nu Country FM era and was pioneer Australian and Victorian country music awards judge.

Barbara was admired for rising above losing her sight as a young woman and her country passion with annual trips to Waylon's birthplace in Littlefield, West Texas.

Waylon died at 64 on February 13, 2002, and is survived by singing spouse Jessi, now 79, and son Shooter, 43.


We have expatriate Australasian superstar Keith Urban's chart topping 12th album The Speed Of Now - Part 1.

Also BR5-49 CD Big Backyard Beat Show and Billy Ray Cyrus's historic 1992 album Some Gave All featuring Achy Breaky Heart.

We have other CDS by major artists you can win by becoming a Nu Country TV member or renewing memberships.

They include Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Kip Moore and late larrikin legend A.P. Johnson.

CLICK HERE for our Membership Page for details.

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