ACSS 327 Tuesday 25/8/20 and ACSS 328 26/8/20
Well, we’re back for TWO Australian Country Songwriters Shows this week on Tuesday 25/8/20 and Wednesday 26/8/20. We have a lot of new music plus some of our favourites back this week.
We have new (to the show) music this week from: Brendan McMahon; Jamie Lindsay; Kathy Coleman; Mark Atkins; The Cartwheels; The Long & The Short Of It; and Virjilla Joyce.
Our Top 10 Most Requested Songs for this week are: 1. Benny Allen, The Battle Of Point Nepean; 2. Vanessa Bourne, Young At Heart; 3. Cathy Dobson, A Farmer’s Lullaby; 4. Michelle Gardiner, Show Me; 5. Lucie Tiger, Gasoline; 6. Michael Meeking Lonesome (Good Times Will Come Again); 7. Gayle O’Neill & Andrew Swift, Drive Him Crazy; 8. Adventures With Alice, Sometimes More Times; 9. The Weeping Willows, Wheels Won’t Roll; and 10. Kathy Carver, Country All The Way.
ON TUESDAY 25/8/20:
Our Featured Artist, Brendan McMahon has a new single out called Jack, and we will be playing it, plus two more of our favourite Brendan McMahon songs, in the second hour of the show.
Our Flashback Track from the 2016 play list for the show will be from The Rain; our Featured Instrumental will be from Lance Birrell; our Featured International Artist will be Canadian country singer, Tracy Millar; and our Featured Indigenous Artist will be Mark Atkins.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from; Sarah McAdams; Harry Cleverdon; and Chelsea Berman.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Dean Perrett; Ian Wilkinson; and Peter Smokie Dawson.
So, the play list will be:
First Hour: Kathy Carver; The Weeping Willows; Adventures With Alice; Gayle O’Neill & Andrew Swift; Michael Meeking; Lucie Tiger; Michelle Gardiner; Cathy Dobson; Vanessa Bourne; Benny Allen; Hinterland; The Silverline; The Long & The Short Of It; and Steve Cheers.
Second Hour: Emma Dykes; Ian Burns; Kim Sheehy & Katie Hardyman; Vanessa Delaine; Brendan McMahon (3 songs); The Cartwheels; Virjilla Joyce; Lloyd Back; The Rain; Lance Birrell; Tracy Millar; and Mark Atkins.
Third Hour: Jamie Lindsay; John Glase; Kylie Adams-Collier; Sarah McAdams; Harry Cleverdon; Chelsea Berman; Gene Bradley Fisk; Paula Standing; Sani Bolton; Dean Perrett; Ian Wilkinson; Peter Smokie Dawson; Sandy Louise; Keri McInerney; and Michael Clare.
ON WEDNESDAY 26/8/20:
Our Featured Artist, Kathy Coleman, has a new single out called Go Marry A Cowboy, and we will be playing it, together with two more of our favourite Kathy Coleman songs, in the second hour of the show.
Our Flashback Track from the 2016 play list for the show will be from Karen Craigie; our Featured Instrumental will be from Anthony Baxter; our Featured International Artist will be Canadian country singer, Craig Silver; and our Featured Indigenous Artist will be Trevor Adamson.
Our Emerging Talent segment will feature songs from Grace Amos; Riley Catherall; and Kaitlyn Thomas.
Our Country Ballads segment will feature songs from Terry Bennetts; Tom Maxwell; and Peter Salata.
So, the play list will be:
First Hour: Kathy Carver; The Weeping Willows; Adventures With Alice; Gayle O’Neill & Andrew Swift; Michael Meeking; Lucie Tiger; Michelle Gardiner; Cathy Dobson; Vanessa Bourne; Benny Allen; Mitch Dean; Paper Jane; Michelle Little; and Susan Muranty.
Second Hour: Dean O’Leary; Darren Gillis; Katrina Burgoyne; Leaving Lennox; Kathy Coleman (3 songs); Heywood & Moore; Alan & Trace; Showpony Express; Karen Craigie; Anthony Baxter; Craig Silver; and Trevor Adamson.
Third Hour: Jason Mark; Unique Sounz & Donna Hotz; Watling & Bates; Grace Amos & David Carter; Riley Catherall; Kaitlyn Thomas; Warren Kearney & Lola Brinton; Andy Penkow; SAMI; Terry Bennetts; Tom Maxwell; Peter Salata; Destiny Band Oz; Brenda Lee Kelly; Sandee Facy; and Michael Clare.
I hope you can join me on Tuesday 25/8/2020 and Wednesday 26/8/20 from 6.00 pm on TodaysCountry94one 94.1 FM (Central Coast NSW), and later 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).
And don’t forget to vote for your favourite song(s)!