Totally Biased Fan Review – No Snake in the Tree – Harry Hook (is real) (E)

This is the new album from long absent alt. country music artist, formerly known as Harry Hookey. Harry took some time out, went back to the bush (not far from where I live) and escaped for a while. This album will not be for everybody. Harry was always known as being a bit left of centre, controversial and unconventional, but in many people’s eyes, quite brilliant.

This is very much an album of musical experimentation, combining different mediums and effects to produce one of the most interesting albums of the last 10 years. As usual, Harry is not shying away from the big issues, and he is quite open to mixing music styles and throwing all of the 79 types of Country Music and some other genres into a big mixing pot and letting it combine and melt.

The E rating is fair to a point. It is not as explicit as other songs and albums have been, but maybe it is not just because of the minor swear words. Harry is rumoured to have played all of the instruments on this album, produced it and basically did everything on this album. The name change is because a certain company has the ownership of that other name.

Most of the songs have a country flavour, There are some familiar famous voices on here from interviews. Harry uses spoken word, some Gram Parsons/Townes Van Zandt sounding songs, old record crackling, sound effects and some fusion of styles here. Even after a half a dozen plays, I am still soaking up the different messages and sounds. It takes a few plays to get what is going down, but it is fascinating.

Without using the tired old cliche of a rollercoaster of emotions, it has to be said that the ride on this wild train is unique and varied. There is alt. country, mountain music, bluegrass, blues, folk, a fast paced section of one song that is almost like a country rap, No Snake Prelude is like a theme song to a movie, there’s those working class ballads and some almost Leonard Cohen feels.

The time out that Harry had was obviously spent researching, self examining and experimenting. This is no ordinary album. As I said, it will not appeal to everybody, but curiosity value is extreme. There are tracks to just mellow out to, but there are songs to examine, dissect and search the layers as well.

The melodies are the same as the words, complicated and complex at times, easy and relaxing at others, haunting at other times.

I have been criticized lately for my avoidance of some other artists who have taken a different turn in the road, but this is different. This is quality, this is adventurous, and it will probably not receive the publicity and certainly not the accolades of those particular works, but it should….it is far more deserving of attention. I will understand if people are hesitant, but I encourage you to give Harry a listen. You should at least appreciate the work that has gone into this album. It is amazingly intricate. I have a feeling that it will be critically acclaimed, but perhaps not a commercial success. I don’t think that Harry has ever intended to be a popular iconic figure, I think that he has always felt the need to express himself in an honest and original manner.

I have lots of albums, I have listened to lots of music, and I have never heard anything quite like this. Be bold, be daring, give Harry a spin.

Welcome back, Harry. Continue to push the envelope and try new things.

Tracks:

No Snake in the Tree

Stop.Look.Listen. Think

Some Shit Don’t Burn

Nashville Tennessee (both kinds)

Welcome to the Bigtime!

Hit Machine and B Side

No Snake Prelude

Stoned on a Monday

The Music

Rich White Man

You’ll forget me (Ozymandias)

No Snake Redux

Totally Biased Fan Review – Home Truths – Catherine Britt

Home Truths

Catherine Britt has had an amazing life, and she has only just turned 35. What Catherine offers in her albums, is what she offers to us fans in real life, a very personal look through her window. All of her albums are about Home Truths, this one is the first official one to be called that. She has never been one to mince words, she has always been brave about what she sings about and above all, she has always been totally honest. I have not yet received my hard copy, so I can’t give you all of the credits, only the bits and pieces that I have gathered from a few short articles on the Internet.

Catherine’s albums, like her concerts, are always very special. I have never been disappointed by any of them. Listening to a Catherine Britt album is like having her sitting in your loungeroom singing to you.

For Australian women, she has been an Icon, not just in music, but in life, through all of its ups and downs. When you meet her, she is this down to earth, natural, real person. There is nothing fake or high fallutin’ about her.

I am a country song, pretty much covers that. A country song (in its stereotypical form) covers a person who has lived and breathed the country and love gone wrong, drinking, the outback and all of that. This song is all of that, a life lived like a country song. (Of course, it is not about Catherine…well not all of it!)

Fav’Rit Song – about how a song can be something to relate to, something to ‘turn to when you are feeling blue’. It is sort of a female version of Luke O’Shea’s Listen to the Words.

The title track is a love song with a twist, maybe more of a command for love and simple truths, rather than settling for what is.

Country Fan is a duet with Lee Kernaghan. I guess that this song is about us….or is it?

Make a Diamond – ‘Hard times make a diamond shine’ could possibly be a line to describe 2020. The real friends, biggest loves, most loyal followers shine through when the going gets tough.

Gonna Be Mumma – The real story of someone who deals with all of the trials and tribulations that go with being a mother….in this case, a single mum who puts everything aside for a while just to be a mum.

Mother is a song about Catherine’s mother, or for Catherine’s mother, and quite possibly the most beautiful song on the album. If you know Catherine’s story, you will know that this story is very close to the truth. Catherine started off very young and went to live in America for a while, when she was still a teen. Most people know of Catherine’s cancer struggle and her life in general. This is a diary note of all of that.

Me is the latest single, and there are two versions, ‘the clean one’ and the ‘not so clean one’ thus an E rating in some circles. It is a little bit different to most of Catherine’s songs and I swear you will be going around the house all day going MeEEEEEEEEE.

Hard to love -features legend, Jim Lauderdale and has, again, some great lines – ‘so hard to love you but I love you so hard’. Pretty much what a couple goes through and if it is strong enough, it will bend but not break.

Original Sin . A great country song, Loretta would be proud to sing a song like this.

New Dawn – Again, a slightly different sound, but a catchy tune and a song of hope amongst the tough times.

Long Way Around – it has a train rhythm, a steady bluegrass kind of beat and a song with the appropriate amount of torch and twang for a country song.

Apart from Boneshaker, Catherine’s albums have been pretty much pure country, with a fresh coat of paint and a few more Is dotted and Ts crossed than most country albums.

Catherine is always authentic, personable, giving. This album is a generous serving of all that we love about Catherine and all that we admire.

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Tracks:

  • 1. I Am A Country Song
  • 2. Fav’Rit Song
  • 3. Home Truths
  • 4. Country Fan (Duet w. Lee Kernaghan)
  • 5. Make A Diamond
  • 6. Gonna Be Mumma
  • 7. Mother
  • 8. Me
  • 9. Hard To Love (featuring Jim Lauderdale)
  • 10. Original Sin
  • 11. New Dawn
  • 12. Long Way Around

Produced by Catherine Britt and Michael (Muchow) Moko

Mixed by Ted Howard

Mastered by Jim DeMain

All songs written or co-written by Catherine Britt

The Single Life 9th January 2021

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Sorry for the delay since the Kazzies, these are the singles since then.

I have to mention the duo who I have affectionately nicknamed, God and his apprentice, Cornell and Carr, (technically Carr and Cornell, but God is too modest to put himself first, even though age, experience and alphabetically wise, Mike Carr should come before Matt Cornell). In any case, these two are gems and What Kind of World is a super song, released on the chimes of Midnight, New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day. It is very Beatlesque, anthemic and apt for these times. Bravo.

Young Jack Rodgers has released a song called Mona Lisa (no, not Nat King Cole’s song). This young fella has the most beautiful voice. It is such a lovely song, gently fueled with gin and whiskey. Watch this young fella, he has massive potential.

My dear friend has released Thank you for Cheatin’ on Me, not the Corky song of the same name, but definitely has the same sentiment. Cec sings low and bluesy where Corky sings as high as the sky. Both songs carry the same message and spirit. Both have moved on to bigger and better things. There’s some fine picking in this song too.

Daniel Reeves is on a roll, kind of a rock n roll…..Talk to me is a cool country rock track that will have you singing along and dancing when you are allowed too. Album out soon.

Allan Caswell has released a song which already featured as a nomination in the Kazzies and on my top 109 but it is now officially a single. Too Blue for this right now is a very relatable song and a song which is very close to Allan’s heart and mine. If anyone has just lost someone (in this case, our Mums) who is very dear to them, then you will understand. Another wonderful song from The Master.

Stay tuned for some new music soon.

Totally Biased Fan Review: Scars – Collin Raye

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Collin Raye has been one of my favourites for a very long time. His songs either melt me or make me think. Deanna Carter once described him as the thinking woman’s country music singer….or something like that.

All of his sweet songs from the nineties are not that far behind us. This album is a mixture of some of those similar sweet songs, but also there are some more hard hitting songs and some hard hitting songs too

With the injection of Vince Gill and Miranda Lambert and long awaited new songs, this album has been a find.

Like Vince, he has been noted for his sensitivity and his high notes. Collin obviously is trying to mix things up here, and his voice is a little bit more husky and not quite as high as it used to be….but that is ok.

At 60, Collin is still delivering. From 60’s style, to trad. country, to more pumped up songs and the ballads that he does so well, this is an album to treasure.

The man who brought us such classics as Love, Me, In This Life, That Was A River, One Boy, One Girl, Not That Different, The Gift, brings us a collection of songs which change by number on the list.

For the most part, he sticks to what he knows best – thoughtful, moving songs with a message. There are some numbers which are more up tempo and less meaningful, but the majority are what we expect from one of the greatest Country Music male performers of all time.

Tracklist:
01 – Ghost Stories
02 – Scars (feat. Dan Auerbach)
03 – Bad Storm Coming Tonight
04 – Dancing Alone in the Street
05 – Never Going Back There Again
06 – Loved by an Angel
07 – Rodeo Girl
08 – Chasing Renee
09 – I’ve Got a Lot to Drink About
10 – Ever Making up Time
11 – Let It Go Away
12 – Rock n Roll Bone
13 – Young as We’re Ever Gonna Be
14 – Mama Sure Could Sing

  1. Ghost Stories
  2. Scars (w/ Miranda Lambert)
  3. Bad Storm Coming Tonight
  4. Dancing Alone in the Street
  5. Never Going Back There Again
  6. Loved By An Angel
  7. Rodeo Girl (w/ Vince Gill)
  8. Chasing Renee
  9. I’ve Got A Lot to Drink About
  10. Ever Making Up Time
  11. Let It Go Away
  12. Rock ’n’ Roll Bone
  13. Young As We’re Ever Gonna Be
  14. Mama Sure Could Sing

Totally Biased Fan Review: J.T. – Steve Earle and The Dukes

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J​.​T.

by Steve Earle & The Dukes

1.I Don’t Care 01:54
2.Ain’t Glad I’m Leaving 02:52
3.Maria 02:46
4.Far Away In Another Town 03:06
5.They Killed John Henry 02:34
6.Turn Out My Lights 02:35
7.Lone Pine Hill 02:43buy track
8.Champagne Corolla 03:35
9.The Saint Of Lost Causes 05:01
10.Harlem River Blues 03:10
11.Last Words 04:21

This is the album that Steve Earle never wanted to make….shouldn’t have had to make. For the record, all of the profits go to Justin Townes Earle’s daughter, Etta James Earle. This is an album of Justin’s songs, who died at 38 in 2020. I love this family. I loved Justin, I love Steve, I love Steve’s ex wife, Allison Moorer and I love Justin’s namesake, Townes Van Zandt. There’s a whole lot of love there and not just their music. I also loved the fact that Steve recorded a wonderful song with my country music grandson, Angus Gill, last year.

Justin and Steve didn’t always have the greatest relationship, but in later years, they recovered. If anyone was to make a tribute album to one of the finest young singer/songwriters of our time, it was Steve.

Only one of the songs on the album is an original, the last one, called, aptly, Last Words – My last words to you were I love you, your last words to me were I love you too…

If your heart doesn’t break into a thousand pieces when you hear this song, then you must be a robot.

Justin had the ability to be one of the legends of this genre…he still probably will be remembered as such, but it was a strong possibility that he would go on to be even a greater force. He had a bit of Steve in him and a bit of Townes and he knew how to write and sing a song that you could all relate to.

This is not a sad album, apart from the last track, which is heartfelt, Steve has chosen carefully the songs that Justin wrote and performed, mostly more upbeat tracks. Justin mixed it up and Steve does too.

This is a hard review to do. It is also a special one. The music is Justin and Steve and as Steve said, it is the only way that he knows how to say goodbye.

The great thing with artists is that their legacy goes on forever, long after they are gone. We will always love you, Justin and the wonderful music that you gave us. Steve, I salute you, you are an incredible man to do this for your son and for us. Thank you.

Totally Biased Fan Review – Mountain Man – Jed Zarb EEP

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If you look like a mountain man, sing like a mountain man, talk like a mountain man, chances are that you are a mountain man. There is no doubt that all of these things are Jed Zarb.

Jed co-wrote one of the most beautiful songs of 2020, Stay for a While with Warren H Williams and Dylan Burrows. You automatically start waltzing or swaying when it comes on.

Hillbilly Cider was released as a single with Dani Young and is as mountainish as you can get. If you look close enough, there is a bottle of Moonshine there too.

The Archibald Hotel was named after the Hotel in the Blue Mountains. I think that Jed played there on New year’s Eve

Song for Rosie is played simply the first time, then the second time with an allstar covid cast. It is mainly Jed’s family, but you will recognise some familiar folks.

Battlescarred guitar – I have seen a picture of it, and really, it looks brand spanking new (to quote Beth Brown) compared to Willie Nelson’s Trigger, but the story is still great.

Jed offers something different in Aussie country music. It is American Mountain Music done the Aussie way.

It is catchy, soulful, thoughtful and memorable. Well done, Jed.

Tracks

Mountain Man (Jed Zarb)

Hillbilly Cider (Jed Zarb/Dani Young)

Battle Scarred Guitar (Jed Zarb)

Stay for a While (Jed Zarb/Warren H Williams/Dylan Burrows)

Song for Rosie (Radio Edit) (Jed Zarb)

The Archibald Hotel (Jed Zarb/Samantha Mosely)

Song for Rosie – Feat. Covid All Stars Choir (Jed Zarb)

All songs produced and arranged by Jed Zarb

Musos:

Grant Bunter, Brad Kimber, Dylan Burrows, Jed Zarb, Saul Santilli, Johnny Zarb, Pixie Jenkins, Patrick Bieissel, Barb Webb, Michael Dolce, Backing Vocals – Jed Zarb, Dani Young, Imogen Clark, The Robertson Brothers, Fiona Beattie, Johnny Zarb.

Allstars Choir – Adam Zarb, Jodie O’Brien, Bethany Boardman, Maddie Mosely, Sam Cockerell, Fiona Beattie, Johnny Zarb, Denise Zarb, Elijah Zarb, Gary Wharton, Warren Kearney, Eulalie O’Keefe, Amanda Webster, Kylie Adams-Collier, Maria Stefanec, Chrissie Bunter, Malinka Tatin, Jose, Rory Ellis, Jason Rodziewicz, David Jones, Glenn Campbell, Grant Bunter, Pixie Jenkins, Clive Hay

Totally Biased Fan Review: Pretty Pennies – Amber Joy Poulton

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There are some things in life that there are too few of – good, clean water; Robert Redford movies, cures for major diseases and Amber Joy Poulton albums.

I guess with A.J. as I have called her for years, so as not confuse her with my other favourite Amber, (Lawrence), produces quality over quantity.

A.J. has recorded and performed some amazing tributes to Loretta, Tammy, Dolly, Linda, Patsy and Shania and many others. She is fabulous at these shows, but I like her best when she is A.J.

Under the guiding light of Sam Hawksley, who always does a great job of steering Amber Joy in the right direction, does it again with this album.

In a country music world which offers 79 types of country music these days, A.J. dips her voice box into a few different waters, but you can always hear the torch and twang in her songs.

Her looks are ageless and so is her music. There is a rumour that a lot of these songs had been sitting in a treasure chest somewhere and they needed to be completed and given a bit of tlc. In a year when we have all needed a bit of extra tlc, we can ride along with the songs and probably relate a little more than usual.

Fellow South Australian, Kelly Brouhaha, who had an amazing album in 2019 and who has been touring with Beccy Cole, contributes majorly to the songwriting on this album, as does Sam and of course, Amber Joy herself. My old mate, Doug Bruce even contributes and there is a wonderful bonus with Beccy and Felicity singing along to Blue Bayou, the Roy Orbison/Linda Ronstadt classic.

A different version to one of my favourite songs, True Love Travels On A Gravel Road is almost unrecognisable but in a good way!

Interestingly, the album starts with a song called Goodbye from Me – is A.J. Irish? It is a rollicking, uptempo song which will have the dancers up dancing when they can dance and clapping and stomping.

In a somewhat reversal of Beccy Cole’s Shiny Things, A.J. sings Things that used to Shine, which some interesting lines. I could relate heavily to this song…..someone who has a room full of second hand books and all second hand furniture knows about these things.

Stone Cold – has a real Brouhaha, Brouhaha, Brouhaha touch.

It’s too late is not written by A.J nor is it the Carole King song, but it sounds like it was written for her. It is so country that the hay bales fall off the tractor and the horse gets ready to have his saddle put on.

My mate, Kaylene ‘Fronty’ Pittaway will be line dancing to Let Me Go. I may have to bring the air guitar out.

Jenny’s Song provides the line that forms the title track. It takes a few listens as it has a few more layers than most, but I like that.

The next song is very clever, and if you are a country music fan, you will know exactly what Ruby’s Reply is about. I won’t spoil it for you, but it is a cracker. It is good to get both sides of the story!

Under the Rainbow is a pretty little simple song that is just a sweet ditty with a basic message.

From sweet to soultry, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot has Brouhaha all over it. Add some sixties/fifties almost doowop and some Kelly cheekiness and you have the complete antithesis of the previous song. Lock up your sons. Miaow!

Amber didn’t write the next one, but it is like it has been written by a clone. Me and Loretta has A.J. all over it. You could never mistake A.J for anything other than country. Even with her more 21st century songs, her sound is all 70’s country, and that is fine with me.

The album finishes off with Blue Bayou as aforementioned.

The album has some amazing co-writers, Sam, Matt and Jeff behind the scenes and a stellar cast of fine musicians. The star is A.J. though, in all her guises, but it is so great to have some new music from her to play.

Go to her website and get a package, there are some great ones to order and/or go to a gig if you can.

Amber Joy is back, but really she has always been there, in our hearts, and there is always one thing certain about Amber Joy Poulton, you always get quality and you always get country….well that’s two things.

Tracks

Goodbye From Me – Amber/Kelly Brouhaha and Sam Hawksley

Things That Used To Shine – Doug and Telisha Williams

Stone Cold – Amber Joy Poulton and Kelly Brouhaha

It’s Too Late – Amy Speace/Jonathan Byrd

Let Me Go – Amber/Kelly/Sam

True Love Travels on A Gravel Road – Dallas Frazier and Arthur L Owens

Jenny’s Song – Amber/Kelly/Sam

Ruby’s Reply – Amber, Doug Bruce, Sam

Under The Rainbow – Denis Surmon

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot – Amber, Kelly, Sam

Me and Loretta – Amber Hayes

Bonus Blue Bayou – Roy Orbison with Beccy Cole and Felicity Urquhart

Produced by Sam Hawksley

Mixed by Matt Fell

Mastered by Jeff McCormack

Musos:

Sam – Guitars and Dobro, Tiple, Bouzouki, Pedal Steel, Backing Vocals

Dan Dugmore – Pedal Steel

Camille Te Nahu – Backing Vocals

Eamon McLoughlin – fiddle

Josh Schuberth – Drums

Peter King and Bill Risby – Keyboards

James Farrell – Piano

Totally Biased Fan Review: Across the Reservoir – Paper Jane

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I stumbled across this band late, and by chance. I went to a gig a few weeks ago at Brunswick’s Union Hotel – Rick Hart and Vanessa Hart. Rick had a family do on, but told us to stay, as there was a band on called Paper Jane who were very good. Rick has never steered me wrong, so we hung around. They didn’t take long to impress us, and prove Rick’s theory.

This album was released in August, and generally speaking, I don’t usually review and album post Kazzies that has been released pre Kazzies. However, since I had been ignorant, they are great and I am stupid, I am reviewing them….not too much outside the cut off point.

Across the Reservoir has a lead vocalist, Buck, who has a voice which is a mixture of Aussies Craig Stewart and John Krsulja (which isn’t a bad mix!)and the band have a sound which is similar to The Eagles and CCR.

The songs are a mixture of the 79 types of country music, with a bit of that California sound, some blues, soul and folk and alt. country.

The songs are story songs, in the main, with a tongue in cheek commentary on the legendary Melbourne suburb of Footscray (or Foot-us-cray) which is a real sing along song, the song for the road Tail Lights, which has a great rhythm to it, the very bluesy, You Stole my Blues and two stunning songs both lyrically and musically – Waking Memory and Just One Man. are great examples of that.

Hot Summer Rain really feels like a Summer song.

In old school style, they start the album with the title track, which sets up the album’s theme. They mix it up with some uptempo songs amongst the more thoughtful, slower ones.

There is a sensitivity element in most of the songs, and a touch of humour in others. There are some subtle political jibes and some intriguing songs, like the interestingly titled Diamonds, Gold, Wine and Bread which has a Native American feel tinged with some banjo.

You are kept on your toes wondering what is coming up next and the album moves at quite a rapid pace. It is hard realising that there are 11 songs on there as it is such a quick album…..or at least it seems that way!

Buck has an amazing voice, it is really pretty strong and special. The band fits well together, not only in harmonising but also they are a tight fit musically. When they play LIVE, they have the fun banter and entertainment factor down pat, and it comes through in their recorded music too.

This was really a lovely surprise. I knew that Rick would not steer me wrong, I have also bought their earlier album on the strength of me loving this one.

If you get a chance to see them LIVE, do so. Leonie McClure played most of the album on 2RRR on the weekend, I have no doubts that she will play it through again. After a slow start, we are catching on. Give these folks a listen, they are pretty awesome.

From what little information that I can gather, they write their own songs…..which is always a plus to me. (confirmed!)

band members

Buck Edwards- Vocals, Guitars. Dom Redfern- Bass. Tim Lane-Drums

Tracks:

Across the Reservoir

You Turn My Head

Tail Lights

You Stole My Blues

Diamonds, Gold, Wine and Bread

Waking Memory

Just One Man

Hot Summer Rain

Footscray

High Street Girl

Without You

Kaz’s top 109 Australasian Country Music Songs 2020 – Part 4 (the last bit)

Here we go…..the final 30!

30 – Heaven Can’t Wait – Clancy Pye

29 – We will not let them forget – Aleyce Simmonds

28 – Make It Til Christmas – Laura T Davis

27 – Never Meant to Break Your Heart – Andrew Swift

26 – Black to Blue – John Krsulja

25 – Sugar Cane Man – Brendan McMahon

24 – Better Day – Aaron D’Arcy

23 – Chasing The Sun – Andy Penkow

22 – Long Road – Pete O’Brien

21 – Lady Luck and Me – Benny Allen

20 – More Than Words – Alice Benfer

19 – I.C.U. – NeillyRich

18 – Long Way From Lonely – Hunter Kaine and Shane Nicholson

17 – Night After Night – Ben Ransom

16 – Trigger – Gareth Leach

15 – Drive Him Crazy – Gayle O’Neil and Andrew Swift

14 – My Old Man No More – Phil and Lana Doublet

13 – A Thousand Tears – James Ellis and The Jealous Guys

12 – Why Can’t You Love Me – Katie Jayne

11 – Last of His Kind – Cathy Dobson

10 – Old Ground – Matt Ward and Bonnie Montgomery

9 – Dear Dad – Will Day

8 – Rainy Day – Travis Collins

7 – I Do – Allan Caswell and Donna Fisk

6 – Unlikely Believer – Gretta Ziller

5 – High School Sweethearts – Clint Wilson

4 – Living on Gold Street – Ben Mastwyk

3 – Like Hank Would – Melody Moko

2 – Sweet Old Release – Allison Forbes

1 – Last Cigarette – Melody Moko

It was a tough year to pick songs, particularly as I reviewed 153 singles and about 150 albums. I hope that I was close to your favourites or maybe, you will be tempted to go out and have a listen to these ones.

Kaz’s top 109 Australasian Country Music Songs, 2020 Part 3

50 – She Said What? – Della Harris

49 – Absolute – Brandon Dodd

48 – Mixed Bag – Innocent Eve

47 – Heartwork – Fred Smith

46 – Wondering – Team Love

45 – Live It Up – Michelle Gardiner

44 – 1998 (Catching Up To Do) – Arna Georgia

43 – What You Can Do – Anderson Lane

42 – I Could Dance With You – Aleyce Simmonds

41 – 1868 – Matt Scullion

40 – Whiskey Room Shuffle – Brandon Dodd

39 – Carrying the Flame – Jasmine Rae

38 – Every Day Man – Kristy Cox

37 – Ash and Dust – Blake Dantier

36 – I Went Down – Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes

35 – Holding Back The Levee – Mitch Dean with Kevin Bennett

34 – Hold Onto Me – Khristian Mizzi

33 – Stay For A While – Jed Zarb

32 – Blaze (Acoustic) – Dani Young

31 – The Nurse – Emma Dykes

END OF PART 3