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WAL & FLOREENA FORBES 1982
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The Song
"Just Someone I Used To Know" was recorded by Floreena Forbes this year, 2014 in memory of her husband Wal Forbes who passed away in 1984.
Floreena & Wal Forbes formed their band "Floreena Forbes & The Tumbleweed in 1977. In this video, I have included Floreena's stepson Wayne Forbes whose life was lost  in a motorbike accident along with his 7 year old son. Wayne was their drummer in the earlier years.
This song is on the album
"A Trip Down Memory Lane" as a Bonus track available by going to her website
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Billy Bridge
 
Billy Bridge
 
“It’s who we are Just Us” sings Billy Bridge on the anthem“Just Us,” the opening track on “Stories Through Time”,
the outstanding new album that brings to the fore he songwriting talents that were highlighted on his earlier
recordings.
 
Billy’s relaxed, warm and distinctive vocals, sooth you and guide you on a journey through time, places and events that shaped the great country of ours.
 
The songs are back to his strength, beautiful stories like his 2003 hit Mallee Dust which earned him Independent
Awards and a Golden Guitar finalist nomination in 004 for Best New talent.
 
Since that time this songwriter has evolved and developed his craft through to this present day where the entire
album encapsulates his finest work. Stories through time, produced by Mick Lockhart of Parkway Studios in Townsville has already spawned number one hits, his first single released “If I Get to the Rainbow” topped the national chart and spent an amazing 28 weeks in the national top 40. with the second single “Fluoro Collar” also topping charts.
 
His latest single is another National #1, the Epic love story “We Knew”a duet with his amazingly talented wife Rebecca Lee Nye Billy has continued to perform, write and play music from
 
his heart and music inspired buy our great people and places. Stories through time is his opus, a collection of songs that are so strong they stand alone, but blended create a journey through the tapestry of Australian life.
 
 
Released 2017
 

Tracey Davis started her music journey as a teenager singing and playing bass in her Family Band cutting her teeth on The Stockman Hall of Fame annual Balls in Longreach where Tracey was born. Years later Tracey continued her music career by moving to the Gold Coast Queensland to write and record two original albums, IT’S HOT and NOW. Tracey has performed at many gigs and Festivals as well as backing and touring with many Artists and Bands around Australia and in NZ.
Two singer songwriters and bass players TRACEY DAVIS and CHRIS HAIGH teamed up together to record Tracey’s new single THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES written by Lefty Frizzell and Sanger D Shafer. After six charting singles and three Number One’s, from Tracey’s very successful album NOW, Tracey is very excited to be sharing new music from her, soon to be released, five track EP of favourite cover country songs called THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES. CHRIS HAIGH has played on many albums and has toured with musical legends the likes of Troy Cassar-Daley. He has also, to his credit, co-written The 2017 Toyota County Music Festival Golden Guitar Instrumental of the Year with the very talented Stuart French. Chris features on vocals with Tracey on THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES ,arranging and playing acoustic and bass guitar, with MICHEL ROSE on pedal steel and producer CHRIS HARTLEY on piano and all mastered by JEFF McCORMACK.
TRACEY DAVIS - THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES -Official Video is out now featuring actor Alan Percy and can be watched on Tracey’s YouTube or on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vA1...
Discover Tracey Davis ....
Website: www.traceydavis.com.au
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF...
CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/traceyd...
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Arthur Blanch

ARTHUR BLANCH

Arthur needs no introduction. He is reported to be Australia's Rolls Royce of country singers. 2017 is Arthur Blanch's 66th anniversary year in his career as a recording artist. The television special based on his first Golden Guitar winning album "The Lady And The Cowboy" was telecast in Australia and America for the last 3 years by Foxtel's Country Music Channel.  Arthur was inducted into the Country Music Roll of Renown in 2001 and the Galaxy of Stars in 2002.

More information on Arthur's career can be found at http://www.countrymusichalloffame.com.au/Hands/Blanch_Arthur.html

Arthur has recorded his music in studios worldwide including the deluxe studios in Hollywood and Nashville.  Arthur is one of Australia's most successful international country music entertainers, having spent extensive time in the USA recording, performing on stage and on television. He has had several Billboard chart singles as well as performing on the Grand Ole Opry.
The ultimate encyclopedia of country and it's performers "Definitive Country", released in the USA, states that of all the country performers to emerge from Australia, Arthur Blanch has made the biggest impression.

"Wollun One" - a best selling book that chronicles the life and times of Australia's first official country music family. An independent reviewer has highly recommended it...."It is my opinion that "Wollun One" would make an excellent motion picture, rich as it is with singing, a charming love story, hard work, commitment, loyalty, and huge success.

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Lorraine Phitzner
Lorraine Phitzner
 
Born at Minlaton SA. 14th September.

Had a very early interest in Country Music and commenced writing for “Spurs” magazine after sending in a letter to the editor in 1956. Went on to write for others such as Country & Western Spotlight, Country Express & Capital News.

Commenced entertaining in charity organizations in and around Adelaide. In these activities she was encouraged by Rocky Page to do more entertaining.

Move to Tamworth in July 1973. Joined the C.C.M.A and took part in many of their activities.

1974 - Recorded LP “Songs I Love To Sing” later another LP of songs written by Ken Robertson about her Cornish heritage in SA

1988 - Commenced presenting Country Music on 2YOUFM Tamworth. 2011 still presenting 2 programs

1995 - While in Nashville USA was invited by Justin Tubb to sing on Ernest Tubb’s Midnight Jamboree

1996 - South Australian Country Music Barmera Festival Awards- Inducted into the Avenue of Honour & Hall of Fame.

1997 – Tamworth Lions Club Women of the Year.

2000 - Inducted into the Wall of Fame "A Tribute to the Women of Country Music" for outstanding achievement and contribution to the country music industry. Originally present by the South Tamworth Bowling Club, the "Wall" it is now located at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

2005 – Inducted into the Hands Of Fame .

2011 - Inducted into The Broadcasters Hall Of Fame.

2017- Received Order of Australia Medal (OAM).

 
Pam Clarke

Pam Clarke

Born in Broken Hill and raised in the outback of NSW; playing the Pianola and singing to the stock agents at a very young age whilst Mum was boiling the kettle for a cuppa, was my introduction to entertaining!

I received earlier home schooling and then went to boarding school in Adelaide at the age of eight.

At age eleven, by way of the school’s singing/music teacher, I appeared on Channel Nine’s “Joanne Priest Show” and at thirteen recorded a 45 rpm vinyl at radio station 5AD.  The latter years at school often saw me in trouble for singing and playing popular songs rather than knuckling down to piano practice.

Leaving school, I taught my younger sister school by Correspondence and School of the Air and later worked as a pharmacist’s assistant in Broken Hill.

Moving further north into the remote outback after marrying, I taught my daughter and son during their Primary School years, as well as working in a male orientated environment as station hand, shedhand, transceiver radio operator, station book- keeper, butcher (we slaughtered our own meat) and chief cook and bottle washer. I became an accomplished “bush nurse”, and in the earlier days was telephonist messenger for eight neighbouring properties.

I’d always had the desire to sing but living in such a remote area, felt little hope of pursuing my interest in music.  But dreams are worth cultivating and the continuing decline in the Rural Industry impelled me to do so.  From neighbourhood gatherings developed the very first band I took part in playing rhythm guitar.  A lady taught me to yodel by means of coaching over the telephone, and the first song I ever wrote was about giving it my best shot for a talent quest; however much of the inspiration for my song-writing came out of the bush based on true events.

Meeting lead guitarist, Nev Molloy in 1990, we formed a duo and for many years played for gymkhanas, many a pub and number of Clubs.  I became a regular solo artist at the Mildura CM Festival; recorded my first CD “Upon Reflection” in 1991 mainly to ‘preserve’ my self penned songs; and later travelled to Adelaide to do my first major recording You Hold The Key” in 1995 and again in ’98 to record “Now”. Throughout this time and the ensuing years I toured as a one person band extensively throughout the eastern states, successfully juggling two lives as a singer-entertainer and partner in primary production.

Needing a life style change, Bryan and I moved to Qld in 2003 where I recorded my fourth CD “Diamonds & Jewels” .

Knowing only family up here, we never imagined at the time, the many friendships that would grow from one day seeing advertised, a Maroochy River CM Club social, which we went along to at which long time friend, Desree Ilona Crawford was to be Guest Artist.

I occasionally (have) played the lovely grand piano for pre show dining at the Caloundra Events Centre and regularly entertain at Seniors Associations.  I love regularly being invited to be ‘Guest Artist’ periodically at several of the Country Music Clubs we are fortunate to have up here and also working solo at Retirement Villages and Clubs and various other venues.

After a lapse of eleven years, I recorded and released my 5th Album, “I Love Music” in 2015.

 

 
Vanessa Warra

VENESSA  WAARA

Venessa was born with performing in her heart.

Her dad a strong influence in her life, with his own Band, started her off at the age of 9 listening to the voices of Patsy Cline, Charlie Pride, Dolly Parton and Australias’ own Stan and Tracy Coster – to whom she is a great fan of.

In 2012 she invited Tracy as a guest artist, at the release of her ‘Aussie Memories’, where she recorded tracks of Stan Costers’, as well as the great Slim Dusty.

Born in New Zealand, now residing in Tasmania, Venessa has become one of our most sought after performers.  With a great range of material, she is suitable for any venue or show.  You will find Venessa as a regular guest at the Australian Italian Club in Launceston, Tasmania.  With a great following wherever she goes, her sheer determination and hard work are starting to pay off.  She has entered Talent Quests in Tamworth, Mildura and has always been successful.

Highlights in her life have been performing with none other than the Golden Guitar Female Vocalist – Tania Kernaghan, as a support act.  A very proud moment in her life in 2010.  Another highlight – performing on stage with Phil Emmanuel.

Now with 3 Albums to her credit and working on her 4th, with Tassies’ own Guitar extraordinaire Gary Smith, who himself has a huge following in Tasmania and a regular at Country Music Festivals throughout Australia.

Venessa would like to broaden her horizons and would like to travel and tour on the mainland.

She has many goals, but she is a born performer, and when you get the opportunity to see and hear Venessa, you will not only see a real talent, but a very special young lady who loves what she does.  She will definitely sing her way into your hearts.

 
Olive Bice
 

Olive Bice
 
 
OLIVE BICE
 
Olive was born on the 9th of June and has lived in Bendigo all her live, having been born in Eaglehawk.

She is an established and very popular recording artist and has recorded on labels such as Morning Mist, R&H, Buribi and Hadley.

In her early years she was influenced by artists such as Shirley Thoms, June Holms and Patsy Cline.

She has toured with Reg Poole (1981), Buddy Weston (1983) and Rick and Thel Carey (1986). During the 1980’s she toured Australia with her own show

1977- Best Female Yodeller (Portland, Victoria).

1980’s – Toured Australia with her own show.

1989- Inducted into the Barmera's Avenue of Honour "Rocky's Country Music Hall of Fame"

1990- Inducted into the ‘Hands of Fame’- Tamworth.

1991- Winner- ‘Battle of the Indies’ Most Popular Independent Recording Artist.

1992- Winner- Professional Female Vocal Victoria Country Music Awards. Since 1992 Olive has been staring with Anne Conway in the “Tribute to Patsy Cline Show”.

1993- Runner-up- Professional Duo (with Anne Conway) Victorian Country Music Awards. She extended her horizons by taking part in the Australian Showcase Tour to the Gore Awards in New Zealand.

1994- Winner Tex Morton Memorial Award.

1995- Winner- Victorian Female Vocalist – Victorian Country Music Awards.

1995- Citizen of the Year- the City of Greater Bendigo.

1996- Awarded the Australian CountryMusic Community Service Award-Tamworth Peel Valley Lions Club.

1998- Winner- Victorian Entertainer of the Year- Victorian Country Music Awards.

1998- Winner- Victorian Female Vocalist- Victorian Country Music Awards.

2011 - Winner of the Tamworth Songwriters' Association Gospel Song of the Year for "Our Angel" with Debbie Lehmann.

Olive coordinates and comperes the “Olive Byce Showcase” at the Mildura Country Music Festival.

 
Tracey Davis started her music journey as a teenager singing and playing bass in her Family Band cutting her teeth on The Stockman Hall of Fame annual Balls in Longreach where Tracey was born. Years later Tracey continued her music career by moving to the Gold Coast Queensland to write and record two original albums, IT’S HOT and NOW. Tracey has performed at many gigs and Festivals as well as backing and touring with many Artists and Bands around Australia and in NZ.
Two singer songwriters and bass players TRACEY DAVIS and CHRIS HAIGH teamed up together to record Tracey’s new single THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES written by Lefty Frizzell and Sanger D Shafer. After six charting singles and three Number One’s, from Tracey’s very successful album NOW, Tracey is very excited to be sharing new music from her, soon to be released, five track EP of favourite cover country songs called THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES. CHRIS HAIGH has played on many albums and has toured with musical legends the likes of Troy Cassar-Daley. He has also, to his credit, co-written The 2017 Toyota County Music Festival Golden Guitar Instrumental of the Year with the very talented Stuart French. Chris features on vocals with Tracey on THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES ,arranging and playing acoustic and bass guitar, with MICHEL ROSE on pedal steel and producer CHRIS HARTLEY on piano and all mastered by JEFF McCORMACK.
TRACEY DAVIS - THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES -Official Video is out now featuring actor Alan Percy and can be watched on Tracey’s YouTube or on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vA1...
Discover Tracey Davis ....
Website: www.traceydavis.com.au
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF...
CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/traceyd...
itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/n...
 
KandL
KandL is Keith and Lee White, a Bendigo, Victoria-based duo who perform at functions of every imaginable kind and record albums of both covers and original music.  They have a wealth of experience in music performance covering five decades, including everything from nursery rhymes to hard rock!  Lee's background in musical theatre provides an element of comedy and drama to their performances, while Keith's experience with bands of all kinds over many years allows them to take on any project or song and do it well.  This experience includes a grounding in ballroom dance music in the very early days, followed by many years of pop/rock cover bands from the early 60s to 1980.  During this time, he shared the stage with many of New Zealand's top performers, and even backed the great John Farnham when he toured New Zealand - he was still Johnny then!  He was in two touring bands at the end of the seventies.  Following this, Keith became involved in the church and was music director in various churches, including Melbourne's biggest church, now called CityLife, for about fifteen years.  He was involved in large scale events, the production of four CDs, and extensive travel in Australia, New Zealand, PNG, India, Cambodia, Hong Kong and USA to perform and teach church music teams.  He also began song writing in earnest and contributed many songs to the albums he produced.  He moved from Melbourne to Brisbane in 2003 where, while still involving himself in church music, he formed a friendship with guitar virtuoso Wes Taylor.  This saw him involved in many performance with Wes and Movie World, Sea World and various other venues around Southeast Queensland.  Since moving back to Victoria from Brisbane, Keith began playing with the local blues artists and solo gigs.

Lee has always been wildly enthusiastic about music - singing in particular - and performed in choirs as a young girl.  Her greatest musical passion was the soul music that found its way from the USA to the UK and Manchester, where Lee was born.  She would go to the clubs where famous names were performing and spend hours inhaling the music.  Family life and moving around dictated what she was able to do musically when she moved to Australia, but eventually she began to realise her dreams by singing in a WA-based band and also performing in musical productions with a local dramatic society.

When Keith and Lee met, there was an instant recognition of each other's ability and musical passion that led, eventually, to the forming of KandL - and marriage, but that's another story.  They have become very active with local country music gatherings as well as performing a variety of music at various venues.  Lee often wrote songs in her younger days, but had no outlet for her talent.  Since joining forces with Keith, she has become a driving force with her excellent flair for melody and lyrics, while Keith has an inbuilt sense of how to interpret her output (which is prodigious, even at 3:00am!).  The combining of their abilities has produced some really good songs, several of them now finding airplay on local radio.

 
Dennis Morgan

 Dennis Morgan

Dennis Morgan has been entertaining for 29+ years in bands and as a solo artist touring as support act for the Chad Morgan Show for six years and also in his own entity.  He has been involved in recording and national television on such shows as Conway Country and other musical variety shows

In 1987 he recorded a song called “Henry Lawson” which was entered into the golden guitar awards in Tamworth in 1988, and reached the final five in the heritage section and also received extensive national airplay.

He then lived and worked in the Whitsunday region of North Queensland playing in clubs and hotels throughout the state and has recently recorded three CD’s.  The first of which is called ‘In Over My Heart’, the second is ‘A Salute to Don Williams’, an American country singer who retired in 2006, and the third is an album of original songs called ‘A Substitute No More’, which was released in April 2009.

Dennis has a very mellow yet at times raunchy voice covering such artists as Don Williams, The Eagles, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Jim Reeves, Jimmy Buffet, Neil Diamond, James Taylor and the like.

A night with Dennis Morgan has been described as “music that bites and humour that sucks”.

A recent addition to his shows is a salute to Don Williams which is very well received by Don Williams fans everywhere.

In January and February 2008 he toured the North Island of New Zealand where he was accepted extremely well by fans and organisers alike.  He then completed an extended tour of the North Island in 2009 when he was a special guest at the Bay of Islands Country Music Festival in Paihia.  While in New Zealand he met Bob and Sheila Everhart from the National Traditional Country Music Association in the USA, and they were so impressed with Dennis, that they invited him to be inducted into their Hall of Fame.

Be sure to catch Dennis at a venue near you soon.

For Bookings contact Dennis on 0417438791

 
 
 

SYD MATTHEWS

Syd (Sydney) From Sebastopol Birth name (Sydney Colin Matthews)

1942-At the age of 6 Sang with Smokey Dawson in public. Smokey backed him on Guitar with Syd’s sister Lorraine.

1946- Syd bought a Pacific Guitar from Tex Morton & learnt to play guitar the guitar cost 7 pound 10 with the book of instructions.

1947- At the age of 11 he sang with Roy Rodgers & the Sons of the Pioneers at Shepparton Star Theatre in High St Shepparton Victoria

1952-Syd also worked with Bill Boyd the Famous “Hopalong Cassidy”

1950’s -He worked for a farmer Roy Wilcock on a (Wheat & Sheep Farm ) who was known as “Aeroplane Man” he worked there for 12 months.

1960’s- Syd had a 1954 Chevy and drove to Bet Bet to appear on a show with Rocky Western

1963 Syd married Trish Neale & have one son & now in 2015 has 3 Grandsons

1965- His Music Teacher was Fred Manning Studios & Music Shop

Fred Manning was Band Master, Syd Assistant Band Master with the band consisting of Piano Accordion & Instrumental Instruments.

1970- Syd formed a band called “String Dusters” Ewan & Christine Young, Corporal Les Pascoe Syd himself and other musicians worked the Club circuit and the Guild of Country Music around Melbourne.

1986- Syd went to America for 2 months, stayed in “LondonOntario/& bussed to Nashville Tennessee on to Canada & went to Grand Ole Osprey and saw Hank Snow “Bill Munro & other great artists.

1967 Syd returned to Bendigo and formed his own Bluegrass Band with Geoff Morris-Stan Lovell-Steven Cairns, they put on a mini Bluegrass weekend at Harcourt and 7 year old Penelope Somerville played with them.

1999- Syd moved to Dimboola and formed a band called 4Ms and worked also with a Band “Campoven Country” with Warren Mahony.

1999- Syd first appeared in Tamworth on Anne Conways, Grace Brothers Show alongside Smokey Dawson-Ian Castles and many other well-known artists & was backed by the Howie Brothers

At present Syd is entertaining at Festivals & Clubs, he has also had the pleasure of working with bluegrass band “Murray River Ramblers, Ron Turnbull & John Bones’ Hill & Olive Bice

Beverley Mc Shannag

BEVERLEY McSHANAG

She was born Beverley Levin in, Geelong, Victoria.

It was around 1941, the family moved to Maldon because of the War and live an isolated area. When she started school at Maldon, she would ride a bicycle to school each day.   There were no houses around although there were people living further in the bush.

On her merry way to school she would sing and yodel – though never at home – until people along the way heard Beverley singing and yodelling and told her mother.   At the age of 10, she got a cheap guitar and had a few lessons from a teacher in Maldon.

It was at was at the age of 11, Beverley won 1st place in Dick Fair’s 3DB ‘Australia’s Amateur Hour contest.   After this, she started getting offers in Melbourne, and after 6 months at Castlemaine High.   It was because of this success, she appeared for one month at ‘The Theatre Royal’ in Hobart, Tasmania, with Graeme Bell’s Jazz Band and Willie Fennell.  It was here she was billed as ‘Australian Youngest Female Yodelling Star’.

After settling down to a job in Bendigo, Beverley, now 18, received a letter from a ‘Rodeo Man’ in Queensland, asking her to go on tour with him.  She went on tour for a few months, performing in tents in various towns, later returning to Maldon, and at the age 22, she married a man from the rodeo circuit, a magician and ventriaquist.   She would then receive a telegram from Buddy Williams ‘the Yodelling Jackaroo’ asking of she and her husband would join his traveling show.

They were with the Buddy Williams Show for 2 years, performing in halls 6 nights a week.  Once after successful tour, they again returned to Maldon.   They would soon move to Queenscliff where they ran the carnival on the beach for two years, after which, they found themselves back in Maldon, then Bendigo.     Beverley divorced her husband and would later meet someone from Castlemaine who got a job in Darwin, and Beverley followed.    She did a lot of work around Darwin and appeared in Tamworth every year performing at the Country Music Festival.  Her last visit to Tamworth came in 1993, when Beverley was honoured to have hand placed in the Hands of Fame.

Beverley had been in the Darwin area for the past 40 years, although since 2001 had been traveling around the countryside in her mobile home, taking her music everywhere except Perth.  In Darwin she performs with her band ‘The Top Enders’, and sometimes as solo performer. 

Beverley appeared on various radios and TV shows, including Channel 7 (Melbourne) as a support act to the Dave Clarke Five, The Reg Lindsay Show and The McKean Sisters ‘Harmony Trail. She has worked alongside many Country artists including: The Hawking Brothers, The Hayes Bros, Olive Bice, Coleen Honeyman, Nola McFarland and Desree-Iliona Crawford.

Apart from recording on the old 78rpm records, Beverley has released 4 CD albums. It’s believed that two of these albums are of Beverley singing solo, another CD, she recorded with Olive Bice, and a fourth with family members.   Her repertoire includes: Traditional Country, Ballads and Yodelling, and 50’s/60’s Rock.


 
Floreena Forbes & Olive Bice Bendigo's 2 Country Divas 2017

FLOREENA HAS JUST RELEASED A NEW ALBUM
A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE
Floreena
Send Me The Pillow You Dream On
 
 
Olive Bice, Graham Rodger Floreena Forbes
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 Floreena Forbes & Vanessa Warra
 
     "Drongo Jack" Interviews with         Olive Bice & Beverley McShanagg
 
Olive Bice 2016
 
 
Releases first single
from upcoming new album

 
 
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