ACSS 289 Tuesday 3/3/20 and ACSS 290 Wednesday 4/3/20
The Australian Country Songwriters Show will be on air for TWO nights this week on Tuesday 3 March 2020 and Wednesday 4 March 2020.
We have new (to the show) music this week from: Alice Benfer; Alzanne Eksteen; Andy Golledge; Anita Ree; Clelia Adams; Dean Ramsay; Emma Dykes; Gary Anderson; Harmony; Hayley Marsten; Josh Arnold & The Woolshed Band; Julie Richards; Kelly Cork; Kerrianne Cox; Laura Frank; Lucille; Pace Randolph; Ray Macartney; Roger Knox; Roxanne Kiely & Allan Caswell; Ryan James; Simone Keane; Tammy Moxon; The Water Runners; and Van Walker.
Our Top 10 Most Requested Songs for this week are: 1. Niksta, I’m Still Here; 2. Benn Gunn, Luckiest Man Alive; 3. Robert Ross, Arms Around Me; 4. Benny Allen, Places I’ve Never Been; 5. Ross McGregor, If The Jukebox Disappeared; 6. Country Lovin’, Steal My Kisses; 7. Kell, Happier Now; 8. Vanessa Bourne, The Last Thing On My Mind; 9. Justin Landers, How ‘bout This Weather; and 10. Allison Forbes, Broken Radios.
ON TUESDAY 3/3/20:
Our Featured Artist, NSW Mid North Coast country singer/songwriter, Emma Dykes, has a new album out called Riddle Of Life, and we’ll be playing three songs from the album, in the second hour of the show.
Our Flashback Track from the 2018 play list for the show will be from Angus Gill; our Featured Instrumental will be from Anthony Baxter; our Featured International Artist will be Canadian songwriter, Earl Gillespie (vocals by Erin Fleury); and our Featured Indigenous Artist will be Roger Knox.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from Tammy Moxon; Arna Georgia; and Kate Hindle.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Jason Caruthers; Anita Ree; and Tom Maxwell.
So, the play list will be:
First Hour: Allison Forbes; Justin Landers; Vanessa Bourne; Kell; Country Lovin’; Ross McGregor; Benny Allen; Robert Ross; Benn Gunn; Niksta; The Silverline; Dan Mullins; Paul Bonner-Jones; and Bec Lavelle.
Second Hour: Josh Arnold & The Woolshed Band; Melissa Robertson; Mick Lindsay; Showpony Express; Emma Dykes (3 songs); Max Jackson; Dean Ramsay; Anderson Lane; Angus Gill; Anthony Baxter; Earl Gillespie & Erin Fleury; and Roger Knox.
Third Hour: Tracy McNeil & The Goodlife; Pace Randolph; Andy Penkow; Tammy Moxon; Arna Georgia; Kate Hindle; Kasey Kilsby; Jesse Jackson; Alzanne Eksteen; Jason Carruthers; Anita Ree; Tom Maxwell; Van Walker; Michelle Walker and Michael Clare.
ON WEDNESDAY 4/3/20:
Our Featured Artist will be the former Wild Man of Australian Country, Josh Arnold, with the Woolshed Band, and we’ll be playing three songs from their debut EP, Raddle & Rise, in the second hour of the show.
Our Flashback Track from the 2016 play list for the show will be from Lloyd Clarke; our Featured Instrumental will be from Terry Bennetts; our Featured International Artist will be NZ/AUS singer, Lucille; and our Featured Indigenous Artist will be Kerrianne Cox.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from Jessica Emily Odgers; Mason Hope; and Nevada Whitten.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Clelia Adams; Lloyd Back; and Ray Macartney.
So, the play list will be:
First Hour: Allison Forbes; Justin Landers; Vanessa Bourne; Kell; Country Lovin’; Ross McGregor; Benny Allen; Robert Ross; Benn Gunn; Niksta; Gary Anderson; Harmony; Glenn Harrison; and Alice Benfer.
Second Hour: Nyssa Ray; Kelly Cork; Hayley Marsten; Darlinghurst; Josh Arnold & The Woolshed Band (3 songs); Vanessa Delaine; Alexis & Suzie; Anita Ree; Lloyd Clarke; Terry Bennetts; Lucille; and Kerrianne Cox.
Third Hour: Wendy J Ford; Roxanne Kiely & Allan Caswell; Ryan James; Jessica Emily Odgers; Mason Hope; Nevada Whitten; Andy Golledge; The Water Runners; Laura Frank; Clelia Adams; Lloyd Back; Ray Macartney; Julie Richards; Simone Keane; and Michael Clare.
I hope you can join me on Tuesday 3/3/2020 and Wednesday 4/3/20 from 6.00 pm on TodaysCountry94one 94.1 FM (Central Coast NSW), and later in the week on our broadcast partners, 2 Air FM 107.9 (Coffs Harbour NSW); Seymour FM 103.9 (Seymour VIC); 7 Mid FM 97.1 (Oatlands TAS); EMFM 104.7 (Echuca VIC); and 7 TAS FM 97.7 (Port Arthur TAS).