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8 Ball Aitken
8 Ball Aitken is an Australian country, blues & roots musician who is notable for his fusion of country music with the genres of Australian blues and roots music.
Adam Brand (born January 27, 1970 in Perth) is an Australian country musician. Brand first began playing drums at age ten, and followed his father, a traveling salesman, in his teens. Brand moved to Sydney in 1997 and released his first album, a self-titled effort, on Flying Nun Records the next year. The record was awarded three CMAA awards after being nominated in five categories. In 2003 he began recording for Compass Records; 2003's Built for Speed was certified gold in Australia, and Get Loud debuted at #2 on the Australian country charts and #16 on the national ARIA charts in 2004. He featured and won the 2009 Australian Dancing with the Stars competition.
Adam Harvey is an Indigenous Australian country music singer. Harvey has been nominated for three ARIA Music Awards, in 2002 for the album, Workin' Overtime, in 2003 for the album Cowboy Dreams, and in 2005 for the album Can't Settle For Less.
Anne Kirkpatrick (born 4 July 1952) is an Australian country music singer. She is the daughter of country singers Slim Dusty and Joy McKean.
Kirkpatrick has released thirteen albums. She won Golden Guitar Awards at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 1979, 1991, and twice in 1992. She also won an ARIA Award for Best Australian Country Record in 1991.
Beccy Cole (born Rebecca Diane Thompson, 27 October 1972 in Glenelg, South Australia) is an Australian country music singer and songwriter. She has released five albums, with Little Victories, Wild At Heart and Live @ Lizotte's all attaining Gold status. She has won seven Golden Guitar awards.
Carter & Carter
Carter & Carter Group plc was a British based company that provided outsourced training services and apprenticeships on behalf of various international companies and UK government organisations, such as the Learning and Skills Council.
Established by Phillip Carter in 1992, the company employs 500 people and has its headquarters in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, England, with offices in Australia, Germany and Japan.
Following the death of founder Philip Carter in a helicopter accident on May 1, 2007, the company's shares were suspended on the London Stock Exchange. On October 3, 2007, shares were suspended over the uncertainty of their financial position
Chadwick William 'Chad' Morgan (born 11 February 1933) is an Australian comedic singer/guitarist renowned for his vaudeville style of comic country and western songs, his prominent teeth, and goofy stage persona. In reference to his first recording he is known as The Sheik of Scrubby Creek.
Gay Kayler (born Gay Kahler 27 September 1941, Gatton, Queensland) is an Australian country music entertainer and recording artist. Gay used her maiden name in her professional career until 1978, when she changed the spelling to Kayler to maintain a consistency of pronunciation.
Gina Jeffreys (also known as Gina Jeffries) is an Australian country singer. She was born on 1 April 1968 at Toowoomba, Queensland. She has often been called Australia's "Queen of Country" and has won numerous Australian country music awards.
Jamie O'Neill (born 1962 in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland) is an Irish author, who lived and worked in England for two decades; he now lives in Gortachalla, in County Galway, Ireland. His critically-acclaimed novel, At Swim, Two Boys (2001) earned him the highest advance ever paid for an Irish novel and frequent claims that he was the natural successor to James Joyce, Flann O'Brien and Samuel Beckett.
Johnny Ashcroft (born 1 February 1927) is an Australian country music entertainer, songwriter, recording artist and musician.
Mary Schneider is an Australian performer, renowned for yodelling works of classic composers. Her daughter Melinda Schneider is also an Australian country music singer and yodeller.
Reginald John Lindsay OAM (7 July 1929 – 5 August 2008) was an Australian country and western singer who won three Golden Guitar Awards and wrote more than five hundred songs in his fifty-year music career.
Sherrié Veronica Krenn (born August 28, 1970 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian actress and singer, known professionally as Sherrié Austin. Active as a singer since her teenage years, Sherrié initially recorded as one half of the duo Colorhaus, which also featured Phil Radford. After leaving Colorhaus, she recorded one album in her native Australia before moving to the United States in pursuit of a singing career. There, she recorded four studio albums, and charted several singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Her highest-charting single was the #18 "Streets of Heaven" in 2003.
Smoky Dawson, MBE (19 March 1913 – 13 February 2008), born Herbert Henry Dawson, was an Australian country music performer. He was widely touted as Australia's first singing cowboy.
Born in Collingwood, Victoria and raised in the rural area of Warrnambool, his mother died at an early age and his father was prone to violence, resulting in him living for several years in an orphanage. Music was always his way of comforting himself, and during World War II he took his talent to comfort others, serving with the Australian Entertainment Unit.
The McClymonts are an Australian sister country music trio, comprising Brooke Maree McClymont (born 16 May, 1981), Samantha Kate McClymont (born 22 January, 1986), and Mollie Therese McClymont (born 30 March, 1987), all from Grafton, New South Wales. They spent the early part of their lives performing in country music talent quests, from Newcastle, New South Wales to Far North Queensland. They have released one EP and one album.
The Sunny Cowgirls
The Sunny Cowgirls are an Australian country music group formed in 2005. They have released a total of three studio albums since 2005. Their debut album, Little Bit Rusty, was released in 2005.
Troy Cassar-Daley is a Maltese-Australian and Aboriginal country musician from Grafton, New South Wales. He has been a regular at the Tamworth Country Music Festival (where he first performed at the age of eleven), The Deadlys and visitor to Nashville, Tennessee. He performed in the Australian Country Music Showcase in Nashville.
Wayne Horsburgh is an Australian country music entertainer. He was born June 11, 1955, in Benalla, Victoria. He currently lives near Sydney, Australia, and Branson, Missouri, United States.
Horsburgh's career began at the age of 11 when he formed his own dance band in rural Victoria. In 1978, he was asked by Buddy Williams (Australia's pioneer of country music) to tour Australia. By 1979, Horsburgh had moved to Sydney to pursue his musical career
Women in Docs
Women in Docs is an Australian independent folk music band. The group has several releases and has toured throughout Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
Australian country music is a vibrant part of the music of Australia. There is a broad range of styles, from bluegrass, to yodelling to folk to the more popular. Australia has a long tradition of country music, which has developed a style quite distinct from its U.S. counterpart. Waltzing Matilda, often regarded as Australia's unofficial National anthem, is a quintessential Australian country song, influenced more by Celtic folk ballads than by American Country and Western music. This strain of Australian country music, with lyrics focusing on strictly Australian subjects, is generally known as 'bush music' or 'bush band music'.
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