ACSS 313 Tuesday 26/5/20 and ACSS 314 Wednesday 27/5/20
The Australian Country Songwriters Show will be back on air in a pre-recorded format on Tuesday 26/5/2020 and Wednesday 27/5/20.
We have new (to the show) music this week from: Carter & Carter; Clint Wilson; Geoff Williams; Jake Davey; Sammy White; The Cartwheels; The New Graces; The Silverline; and Tony Smith.
Our Top 10 Most Requested Songs for this week are: 1. Lance Birrell, I Believe In Beer; 2. Robert Ross, Breathless; 3. Melissa Robertson, Wouldn’t Be Without You; 4. Brett Clarke, I Wanna Be That Man; 5. Della Harris, Raining On My Wedding Day; 6. Kate Hindle, Broken Mind; 7. Shelly Jones Band, Who Was The Dancing Man; 8. Andy Penkow, Chasing The Sun; 9. Destiny Band Oz, I’ll Be With You; and 10. Vanessa Bourne, Lyin’ Cheatin’ Heart.
ON TUESDAY 26/5/20:
Our Featured Artists, The New Graces, a female trio from the Far South Coast of NSW, have a new album out called Seasons, and we will be playing 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 Fiona Karamanlidis (vocals by Trev Warner); our Featured Instrumental will be from The Benning Brothers; our Featured International Artist will be NZ country singer, Don Smythe; and our Featured Indigenous Artists will be the great Warren H Williams.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from Abbie Ferris; Jake Davey; and Taylor Moss.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Lloyd Back; Geoff Williams; and Watling & Bates.
So, the Tuesday play list will be:
First Hour: Vanessa Bourne; Destiny Band Oz; Andy Penkow; Shelly Jones Band; Kate Hindle; Della Harris; Brett Clarke; Melissa Robertson; Robert Ross; Lance Birrell; The Silverline; Gareth Leach & Michaela Jenke; Chantell Alexi; and Sarah McAdams.
Second Hour: Blake Dantier; Aaron Jurd; Darlinghurst; Grayson; The New Graces (3 songs); Ben Mastwyk; Vanessa Delaine; Brad Butcher; Fiona Karamanlidis; The Benning Brothers; Don Smythe; and Warren H Williams.
Third Hour: The Woodpickers; Sandy Louise; Ross McGregor; Abbie Ferris; Jake Davey; Taylor Moss; Clint Wilson; Brian Stitt; Shane Dickson; Lloyd Back; Geoff Williams; Watling & Bates; Gemma Louise; Dave Favours & The Roadside Ashes; Aimee Hannan; and Michael Clare.
ON WEDNESDAY 27/5/20:
Our Featured Artists, Victorian husband and wife duo, Carter & Carter, have a new single out called We are Family, and we’ll play it, together with two other songs from their Better Day album, in the second hour of the show.
Our Flashback Track from the 2019 play list for the show will be from Copperline; 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 WA band, Fitzroy Xpress.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from Bella MacKenzie; Mason Hope; and Rachael Dee.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Tony Smith; CJ Turner; and Peter Smokie Dawson.
So, the Wednesday play list will be:
First Hour: Vanessa Bourne; Destiny Band Oz; Andy Penkow; Shelly Jones Band; Kate Hindle; Della Harris; Brett Clarke; Melissa Robertson; Robert Ross; Lance Birrell; Sammy White; Kylie Gale; Mitch Dean; and Joel McKay.
Second Hour: Brenda Lee Kelly; Ali S; Max Jackson; Matt Joe Gow & The Weeping Willows; Carter & Carter (3 songs); Terry Plowman; Billy & The Bandits; Karen Thomsen; Copperline; The Spurs; Tracy Millar; and Fitzroy Xpress.
Third Hour: Alzanne Eksteen; Sharon Jane; Michael Waugh; Bella MacKenzie; Mason Hope; Rachael Dee; Kevin Sullivan; Paula Standing; The Cartwheels; Tony Smith; CJ Turner; Peter Smokie Dawson; Rae Leigh; Hunter Kaine & Shane Nicholson; The Water Runners; and Michael Clare.
I hope you can join me on Tuesday 26/5/2020 and Wednesday 27/5/20 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).