D M Photographers are Photographers who want to help YOU capture those special moments in your life.
As well as being Portrait and Wedding Photographers,
D M Photographers also cater for Musicians, Bands and Concerts / Festivals.
10 years strong and we know that a Picture can say a Thousand words..
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Darren Johnson, a boy from Hunter Valley who’s inspired by this beautiful country through experience of living in Aboriginal Reserve, countless trips to the outback, the bush and Australian
Influenced by Slim Dusty, later John Williamson, also American Country artists.
Darren’s desire is for his music to encourage, and to capture the Australian spirit.
You can buy Darren’s music online from iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Amazon or order copies of his album from his website.
Sammie Lee – Social Media Publicist
Please contact Sammie Lee to maintain YOUR Social Media & Promote YOU to her database of nearly 15,000 reaching 50,000 a month on LMP!.
Don’t be guided by people who control your career!
Sammie works WITH you to give you the results YOU want!
If you love Classic Country, Country Rock and Rock and Roll you will love Mirror Image.
This DUO will provide FUN, Entertainment and quality. Don’t miss them. 🙂
Glen comes from Lower Wonga, west of Gympie in Queensland. He is a self taught guitarist and vocalist that started playing at the age of 13.
Glen has performed at many Festivals and Muster throughout QLD and NSW. Glen and his twin brother Brett recorded a Tribute Album to their brother Russell in 1999.
Glen had success in 2008 with “Bucking Hell”, a song that he had co-written with a rodeo photographer in Gympie, which got to number 5 on the Hot Country Charts. He returned to the studio in 2012 to record an album of originals and great country classics called “Some Old Some New”.
Glen played lead guitar for “The Webb Brothers” for many years, and in recent years he has worked with Jeff Brown, Dean Perrett and many other well known artists.
Glen has just released a new Album with his twin brother Brett called ‘Classic Country Together.
Glen has started his own Music Muster ‘KENMORE PARK MUSIC MUSTER’ held at his property at Lower Wonga, Gympie.
Glen also has his own Band – ‘Richochet’ and regularly perform at various venues, festivals and musters throughout QLD and NSW.
Vanessa comes from a small town of Macksville on the Mid North Coast where she grew up singing with a vocal group in the local Salvation Army.
Vanessa then joined Chev 57 a local band from Port Macquarie and started her love for Country Rock and Classic Country Music.
Vanessa has performed in many bands and duos throughout her career and is an accomplished Solo Artist in her own right. Vanessa also has her own band ‘Highway 65’ whom perform regularly at many venues, pubs, clubs private and corporate venues throughout QLD and NSW.
Vanessa recently was a Semi Finalist in the 2018 Gympie Muster Talent Quest and received outstanding comments from all judges.
Vanessa has a passion for singing the classics through to the latest Country Rock hits.
Australian Country Music Presentations, presented to Independent Artists/Groups/Balladeers/Bands during the Tamworth CMF in 2018 and onwards. These will be voted on by fans through our website and voting will commence on May 1st 2018 with voting closing on August 1st 2018 .
Winners will be announced and presented at the Tamworth CMF at the South Tamworth Bowls Club, Margaret Street Tamworth January 2019 .
Categories are: Most Popular Female Artist, Most Popular Male Artist, Patti McKinnon Encouragement Award (in honor of the Late Patti McKinnon who believed that our younger Generation is the future of the Country Music Industry) Most popular Band Most Popular Radio Presenter ( Community radio) Most Popular Photographer Most Popular Video Clip Most Popular EP Most Popular Album Most Popular Single Most Popular Balladeer
Cassi Marie has been performing on stages all across Queensland and New South Wales since the age of nine. Cassi has a huge passion for songwriting, which started at the age of ten, where she wrote and performed songs for marketing campaigns for an international childrens clothing company.
Cassi went on to perform at many festivals including the Tamworth Country Music
Festival and the Gympie Muster, and has also appeared in an Australian Feature Film. Cassi has attended the Academy of Country Music in 2014, 2016, and again in 2018, winning the Troy Cassar-Daley scholarship at the Junior Ekka Country Music showdown (2016) and the Homestead Country Music Festival Scholarship (2018).
Cassi is now currently working on recording and releasing new music.
FIONA O’SHEA & THE PASSENGERS are from the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia playing a sonic fusion of indie rock, country and blues. Fiona and Mark O’Shea (The Passenger) are the genuine article, both individual and unconventional delivering a gritty feel good vibe topped with lashings of gutsy lead guitar riffs. Fronted by songwriter, Fiona O’Shea on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, and husband Mark O’Shea on lead/slide guitar and backing vocals.
“Literally living, working and playing together has come with its ups and downs, Fiona says. The creative process hasn’t always been smooth sailing. Things like ego and personal perspective have often created friction. But over the years we have become better at it, learning to turn that negative into a positive, creating a sound that is grittier and edgier. I am passionate about developing as a songwriter and together as musicians. This is our story. Written, played and sung by us. It’s who we are.”
In 2010 Fiona released debut EP, Rose. Recorded and produced at Pacific International Music, Hervey Bay. With a blend of country, folk and blues, single Restless A Little Reckless received generous airplay gaining a position in the Top 10 AIRIT Charts and Fiona was a finalist in the MUSICOZ Australian Independent Awards as well as going through to the second round of judging for the APRA Professional Development Awards.
Fiona said, “I’ve had a wide range of musical influences growing up. I remember we would always have music playing on the stereo ranging from Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, Supertramp to Doctor Hook. As a teenager, Cold Chisel was a favourite band of mine, with Jimmy Barnes being the first concert I ever attended.” Mark adds, “Growing up in Mundubbera, Queensland I listened to Johnny Cash and Kenny Rogers. In the 80’s I’d go and see a lot of punk bands playing at the local pubs in Brisbane. My first concert was Midnight Oil and the most recent was Queens of the Stone Age. So together, Fiona and I have a diverse melting pot of influences to draw from.
Writing songs and performing for no other reason than the need to make music, Fiona O’Shea & The Passengers continue to increase their fan base by playing at festivals (2018 Mitchell Creek Rock and Blues Festival), venues, private events and have been support act for Dirty Rascal (Melbourne) Jerry Speiser – Men At Work, Adam Brand & The Outlaws, and the programmed Showcase at Turn Up (Sunshine Coast Music Industry’s Conference).
David Moon has been involved in the music scene for over 30 years.
Dave has performed with Glenn Shorock, Doug Parkinson, Ross Wilson, Eurogliders, Mark Gable, Sara De Bono, Wendy Matthews, Jon English, Jow Camilleri, Frankie Holden, Wilbur Wilde, Richard Clapton and Graeme Connors.
Dave has toured both Nationally and Internationally and, as a studio musician, has recorded for major Television Channels, Coca Cola, Toyota and many more.
Dave’s repertoire is extensive – His guitar playing, Incredible!
Mick Martin’s career has spanned more than three decades and a multitude of musical styles.
An award winning guitarist, Mick has supported a host of International artists such as Nick Loxe, Joe Walsh and Johnny Tillotson.
Mick has also supported our much loved local heroes including Ross Wilson, Mark Gable, Wendy Mathews, Sara De Bono, Joe Camilleri, Eurogliders, Adam Harvey, Lee Kernaghan, Peter Cupples, Col Elliot, Judi Stone, Paul Martell, Tania Kernaghan, Jane Scali, The Drifters and Slim Dusty, just to name a few.
Mick is also known as “Captain Craw” in his band The Smokin Crawdads.