Lindsay's latest work of instrumental guitar pickin' goodness goes straight to the top, with a selection of great songs with a lot of personality. Good 'electric' guitar pickin' is hard to find in today's world of 'pop oriented' mass produced sounds, fully produced by Lindsay, this album offers a breath of breath of fresh air in sound, and style.
Gina is the first Tasmanian now to ever be inducted to the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame Hands of Fame, and her latest album showcases the sort of talent this Tassie musician has.
2019 was her 30th year at Tamworth and will definitely not be her last. 'Thank You' showcases personal, touching stories from Gina's life, including a track to honor the friendship and life of her friend, Nathaniel O’Brien.
During the first week of it's release, That's Just Me, Jemma's debut album, raced straight onto both the iTunes and ARIA charts. The album oozes with girl power, sass, and talented songwriting.
After moving to the Pilbara to drive mine trucks, the 25 year old has had more time to focus on her music, which has resulted in an inspiring, cheeky fun album that's a great career starter.
With songs that stress that women can do anything that men can do, Jemma's career looks to be a bright one, already setting a great example of the talent and grace held by women in Australian country music.
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