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Maryborough QLD, Australia

Anita Ree presents as a unique Australian singer songwriter with a sound all her own. A Golden Guitar finalist on several occasions this multi award winner enthrals by painting pictures in song. The latest solo album ‘Long Way Round’ showcases Anita’s songwriting and captures the many faces of Anita. Followed closely by the long awaited ‘Ree Family Album”. Anita’s songs present a picture of Australian characters, way of life, dogs and places that all can relate to. A true Australian talent not to be missed.

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Asleep at the Reel are:
Mark Cryle: guitar & vocals
Mick Nolan: bass & vocals
Rose Broe: accordion & vocals
Hugh Curtis: fiddle & mandolin
Suzanne Hibbs: drums & percussion

Asleep at the Reel evoke the sound of the lively Irish pub, of flying fiddles and rich voices in harmony
around an open fire. Their songs are stories – some of them hundreds of years old – wrapped up in music.
Their rollicking jigs and reels will keep your feet tapping. The Irish call it the craic. It’s a word that means
music and fun and, typically, quite a lot of the demon drink all bound up together.
This band of fine musicians taps into a tradition that dates back centuries and runs through Christy Moore,
The Pogues, and Van Morrison among many others. Yet Asleep at the Reel are not Irish – nor do they
pretend to be. They are Australian yet, like so many Australians, Celtic music is in their DNA.
This is not a musical tradition which is fixed in time or place. It shifts and evolves as it travels around the
globe. Asleep at the Reel join the dots between Celtic music and contemporary Australian song, courtesy
of nationally-acclaimed songwriter Mark Cryle.
They take this Celtic blend from its roots in the peat-smoked pubs of Ireland and Scotland, from the kitchen,
the hearth, the veranda and the shearing shed all the way to the stage. There they throw in a little backbeat
just for the fun of it.

Asleep at the Reel are available for:
hotels, clubs, weddings, parties, corporate functions and festivals.

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Western Australia, Australia

One of Western Australia’s finest singer-songwriters, Connie Kis has seven albums and several hit songs to her credit.  She is also the recipient of multiple awards in Australia for song writing and as an artist.

Highlights include being named W.A’s  ‘Best Independent Female Country Artist’ three times, winning the Best Independent Country Music Album for Western Australia twice, receiving national TIARA award for Female Vocalist and being a four time recipient of the Gold Medallion Media Award for the South Central West Region of Australia.

Connie Kis’s story is unique because after enjoying a rewarding profession in Special Education, she returned to her first love, music and successfully pursued a new career as an Independent Recording Artist as well as Radio Producer and Host for her internationally syndicated, popular radio program; Showcase Australia

In April 2018, she released her new album; A CLOSER WALK.  This album features guest artist Doug Wayne and it is overflowing with songs of faith and inspiration.

What’s been said about A CLOSER WALK?; “This album is probably the most beautiful Gospel album I have heard in the past 12 months and I highly recommend it to everyone – not just Gospel fans.”   Peter Christie – Reviewer; Country Music Capital News

Her new single: UNCLOUDED DAY is at radio now.

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Spring Grove NSW, Australia

Dan Higgins
Singer – Songwriter – Multi Instrumentalist.
Dan Higgins grew up on a farm at Nowendoc NSW and was drawn to songwriting when he first attended the Pickin’ Pen songwriters round at Tamworth in 2014.
Dan later won the July song of the night with ‘Home for Me’ and performed the song live on radio 2TM as a result.
Following this opportunity Dan worked with Lawrie Minson and Steve Newton (ENREC Studios) to record the ‘Home For Me’ EP.
Music has always been in Dan’s family and his passion for country and folk music gave him the urge to start writing and perform original material.
Dan is a regular performer at Tamworth and other music festivals around the country.
In 2016 two of his songs, ‘Home For Me’ and ‘Stories Of Us’ made it through to the finals in the Tamworth Songwriters Association awards and later in 2017 Dan was a finalist in the Australian Songwriters Association awards.
In 2017 Dan graduated from JMC academy Melbourne from the songwriting course. Dan’s latest single ‘The Hand’ recorded at ENREC Studios featuring Pixie Jenkins and Kate Hollingsworth debuted at Number 40 on the Top 40 Country Tracks Charts and continues to gain airplay.

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Felicity Kircher is a 14-year-old multi-award winning up & coming Country Music Artist who is fast establishing herself in the industry.

Felicity is not only an accomplished singer but also a multi-instrumentalist who plays Violin, Guitar & Piano.

She’s performed annually in Tamworth and the Gympie Muster from a young age and is the 2016 Junior Showdown winner!  She’s also a regular performer at Aged Care Respite Centres.

Felicity’s musical highlights have been her 2016 Closing Night Roundup appearance in Tamworth, her 2017 & 2018 performance as Featured Vocalist in Creative Generation Qld State Schools Spectacular & sharing the stage with Troy Cassar-Daley at 2018 Tamworth Country Music Festival!

A Graduate of 2017 CMAA Junior Academy of Country Music, she recently had the honour of performing at the Queen’s Baton Relay for the Commonwealth Games!

Felicity has played roles in musicals ‘Sound of Music’ & ‘Annie’ and has sang & been interviewed on Channel 10’s Totally Wild & Toasted TV.

Regularly singing at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital for the Hospital Foundation, she’s written many original songs and loves to draw from experiences at school and everyday life.

Her warm, rich quirky vocal tones and special connection with audiences make Felicity inspirational and entertaining in every way.

She’s expressive and her story-telling ability touches people’s hearts wherever she sings.

Her dream is to make a career as an entertainer and take her music to the world!

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Caboolture Historicl Vlge, Beerburrum Road, Caboolture QLD, Australia

Homestead Country Music Club is a group of musicians and vocalists dedicated to the creation and performance of music in a wide variety of country styles.

Homestead’s home base is the historic ‘Stanmore Hall’ … at the southern end of the Caboolture Historical Village and just north of the Queensland State Equestrian Centre.

Our mission is to follow the traditions of Australian country music and blend this with a range of other country-style entertainment.

Our aim is to produce an enjoyable experience for the audiences at our monthly Social Concerts.

Concerts are in Stanmore Hall, third Friday of each month, starting at 7:00pm sharp, so come early for a good seat.

The canteen and bar is open for snacks from 6:30, with raffles and door prizes available.

Entry is only $5.00.

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Calliope QLD, Australia

South African born and adopted Australian Jack Viljoen is a singer and songwriter from Gladstone in Central Queensland. From an early age he developed a love for all types of music – spending a lot of time singing in choirs, in school productions as well as around many campfires.

He moved with his family to Gladstone in 2007 and came across the Gladstone Country Music Group where he quickly found a musical home and from there developed an audience. He won numerous talent quests and Country Music Festivals including Senior Male Vocal for the 2011 Queensland Champion of Champions. He is the founder and an organiser of the Boyne Valley Country Music Campout – an annual festival that celebrates music and the Australian way of life, and is booked to capacity each year.

In October 2017 he released his first album titled “The song you sing” featuring nine original songs, followed by an Afrikaans EP “Ek wil sing” in August 2018. He is currently working on his second album to be released early next year.

Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jack is quickly becoming a well-known artist in Central Queensland, entertaining audiences with music of a variety of genres and eras that is well received by listeners of all tastes and ages.

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Felicity, Robin and Janette have performed together as a family for 6 years with a repertoire ranging from Bush Ballads and Folk music to Australiana and Christmas Carols.

They also sing Inspirational and Gospel songs and some of Felicity’s Original music. 

Felicity brings lead vocals, harmonies, violin and guitar to the group, Janette adds her keyboard skills, lead vocals and wide ranging harmonies whilst Robin sings lead vocals and plays drums and percussion, he also brings the unique sound of the didgeridoo, bottle tops and spoons to the mix.

They love performing together as a family and their mission is to bring joy and inspiration to those who listen to their music.   

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Albion Park NSW, Australia

Kora Naughton is a graduate of the Academy of Country Music and the winner of the 2017 Southern Stars Independent Rising Star Female award at the Mildura Independent Country Music Festival. She has already achieved so much and played at so many locations and still at such a young age. Gives insight into all the wonderful things that are to come for Kora.

Kora describes her music style as a cross between Indi and Country with influence coming from the likes of Ed Sheeran, Vance Joy and Carrie Underwood. It is clear she was made to be in this industry and her success so far is only the very beginning.

Kora uses music to tell her story and turn her everyday life and experiences into their own little tale. Kora herself said that if she told her younger self she was going to be a country music singer that her young self would not believe her and yet here she is.

And what a future she has.

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Caboolture QLD, Australia

Maurice Hardy is an entertainer who has performed in many venues throughout Australia. He has to his credit numerous awards for both his singing & songwriting.

Country music is Maurice’s first love, followed closely by 50/60/70’s Rock-n-Roll.
Along with an assortment of varied venues, Maurice also entertains in many shopping centres capturing the audience with his easy listening style and relaxed manner creating a pleasant ambience.

CD’s & DVD are available at his shows, on line or mail order.

When not performing, Maurice is busy writing. Eleven of his fiction novels are available from Amazon or the can be read on line with Kindle.

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North Queensland songstress Michelle Walker is fast becoming a well known name as an Australian country music recording artist. With a distinct sound and flavour of her own, you’ll soon discover why.
Michelle delivers spine tingling warmth through her vocals during her live performances, winning over the hearts of music and country music fans alike.

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Norma OHara Murphy is a Australian country music singer and songwriter.
In 1989 Norma was inducted into the Australian Country Music Hands of Fame.
Norma Ohara Murphy is a Multi award winning artist including a handful of Golden Guitars.
Visit Norma’s website for tour updates, news and merchandise.

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Ray Ryder is fast becoming one of Australia’s hot new country artists. He is gaining attention for his Southern Country Rock style music and dynamic live performances. Fun, humble and a little cheeky Ryder’s personality will make you feel like his best friend and someone you love to hang with.

Known as one of the hardest working musicians in town Ryder is a seasoned professional whose music and merchandise are being snapped up as he tours extensively. His songs have charted in the top ten on community radio and social media platforms, and he is now being asked to play at many of the larger events and festivals across Australia. Recently he was chosen to join some of the biggest names in Australian country music, pop and rock in the line-up for the 2017 Birdsville Big Red Bash. Ryder was the first WA act to be imported into The Bash joining headliners Lee Kernaghan, Missy Higgins, James Reyne, Mark Seymour, Ian Moss, Kate Ceberano, Russell Morris and others. In 2018 he was billed as a headline act along with The McClymonts and Travis Collins for the annual Boyup Brook Country Music Festival.

Ryder’s intention is to take all his music on the road with his band and give people a power house night of hot Southern Country Rock music. Everyone is encouraged to support Ryder and his love for keeping music alive and real.

All of Ray Ryder’s songs are available on ITunes, Spotify, Amazon and others.

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Manilla NSW, Australia

Country music runs through singer/songwriter, Tracy Coster’s veins.
Born in the bush – Raised on the road.
Daughter of the legendary Stan Coster, Tracy grew up performing as a vital part of her father’s travelling show.

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