ACSS 311 Tuesday 19/5/20 and ACSS 312 Wednesday 20/5/20
The Australian Country Songwriters Show will be back on air in a pre-recorded format on Tuesday 19/5/2020 and Wednesday 20/5/20.
We have new (to the show) music this week from: Bella MacKenzie; Brenda Lee Kelly; Gemma Louise; Joel McKay; Karen Thomsen; Matt Joe Gow & The Weeping Willows; Mitch Dean; Terry Plowman; Tracy Millar; and Vanessa Bourne.
Our Top 10 Most Requested Songs for this week are: 1. Lance Birrell, I Believe In Beer; 2. Robert Ross, Breathless; 3. Kate Hindle, Broken Mind; 4. Brett Clarke, I Wanna Be That Man; 5. Melissa Robertson, Wouldn’t Be Without You; 6. Destiny Band Oz, I’ll Be With You; 7. Sarah McAdams, Train Wreck Hearts; 8. Shelly Jones Band, Who Was The Dancing Man; 9. Della Harris, Raining On My Wedding Day; and 10. Andy Penkow, Chasing The Sun.
ON TUESDAY 19/5/20:
Our Featured Artist, Melbourne-based singer/songwriter, Mitch Dean, has a new album out called Holding Back The Levee, and we will 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 Phoebe Jay; our Featured Instrumental will be from The Spurs; our Featured International Artist will be Canadian country singer, Tracy Millar; and our Featured Indigenous Artists will be the great Warren H Williams.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from Bella MacKenzie; Taylor Moss; and Rachel Ricciuti.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Lloyd Back; Brian Stitt; and CJ Turner.
So, the Tuesday play list will be:
First Hour: Andy Penkow; Della Harris; Shelly Jones Band; Sarah McAdams; Destiny Band Oz; Melissa Robertson; Brett Clarke; Kate Hindle; Robert Ross; Lance Birrell; The Long & The Short Of It; Ben Mastwyk; Chantell Alexi; and Ali S.
Second Hour: Max Jackson; Karen Thomsen; Blake Dantier; Hayley Marsten; Mitch Dean (3 songs); Alzanne Eksteen; Sharon Jane; Brad Butcher; Phoebe Jay; The Spurs; Tracy Millar; and Warren H Williams.
Third Hour: The Woodpickers; Anita Spring; Ryan James; Bella MacKenzie; Taylor Moss; Rachel Ricciuti; Matt Joe Gow & The Weeping Willows; Sandy Louise; Paula Standing; Lloyd Back; Brian Stitt; CJ Turner; Shane Dickson; Dave Favours & The Roadside Ashes; Aimee Hannan; and Michael Clare.
ON WEDNESDAY 13/5/20:
Our Featured Artist, Melbourne-based country singer, Vanessa Bourne, has a new album out called Young At Heart, and we’ll play three songs from the album, in the second hour of the show.
Our Flashback Track from the 2015 play list for the show will be from Stuart Parnell Hall; our Featured Instrumental will be from The Benning Brothers; our Featured International Artist will be NZ country singer, Don Smythe; and our Featured Indigenous Artist will be WA country singer, Lorrae Coffin.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from Rachael Dee; Mason Hope; and Abbie Ferris.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Tony Kennelly; Peter Smokie Dawson; and Watling & Bates.
So, the Wednesday play list will be:
First Hour: Andy Penkow; Della Harris; Shelly Jones Band; Sarah McAdams; Destiny Band Oz; Melissa Robertson; Brett Clarke; Kate Hindle; Robert Ross; Lance Birrell; Kylie Gale; Vanessa Delaine; Round Mountain Girls; and Hunter Kaine.
Second Hour: The New Graces; Darlinghurst; Grayson; Aaron Jurd; Vanessa Bourne (3 songs); Joel McKay; Brenda Lee Kelly; Michael Waugh; Stuart Parnell Hall; The Benning Brothers; Don Smythe; and Lorrae Coffin.
Third Hour: Ross McGregor; Billy & The Bandits; Terry Plowman; Rachael Dee; Mason Hope; Abbie Ferris; Gareth Leach & Michaela Jenke; Andre Camilleri; Gemma Louise; Tony Kennelly; Peter Smokie Dawson; Watling & Bates; Rae Leigh; Kevin Sullivan; The Water Runners; and Michael Clare.
I hope you can join me on Tuesday 19/5/2020 and Wednesday 20/5/20 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); 7 TAS FM 97.7 (Port Arthur TAS); and Radio Adelaide FM 101.5 (Adelaide SA).