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A week-long celebration "of country and old-time music" includes guitar jams and blackboard sessions, production of the Family Concert of invited artists, Ukulele Friday and an Old Time Dance.The Muster brings together musicians and audience from all corners of South East Queensland (and further afield) and will give local country musicians the opportunity to perform and interact with visiting players and professional performers, according to Muster organisers.Festival supporter and country music fan George Worsley says the weekend was a great success and the music was of a high quality."Many singers were first time visitors to Taranaki and were very enjoyable to listen to.Song #1: “The Lucky Ones” by Radney Foster “I love how your heart beats whenever I hold you I love how you think of me without being told to I love the way your touch is always heavenly But, darling, most of all I love how you love me.” What songs are you thinking about for your own wedding – or, if you’re already married, what song did you choose? Check out our reader recommended songs for your first dance as a married couple, songs for your walk down the aisle, cake cutting songs and great songs for your Father Daughter Dance!Oh, and don’t miss the NEW collection of violin covers or our readers’ favorite wedding songs!
Foxtel and CMC noted: "Alongside CMC and Chugg Entertainment, Potts co-founded (the) CMC Rocks Festival and ran Rob Potts Entertainment Edge which continues to tour some of the world’s biggest country artists. Winners will be announced Thursday March 15 at pm AEDT during the live telecast on CMC hosted by The Mc Clymonts.
In country music and related categories, the following writers are listed among the finalists... Casey Barnes, Michael Paynter & Michael Delorenzis, finalists in the Country category with MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2018 Join Every One Band Australian artists are being invited by the music industry benevolent fund Support Act to join Every One Band: "the biggest band in the world that you’ve never heard of.
Yet." More than 500 have already signed up including Kasey Chambers (pictured), Cold Chisel, Paul Kelly, Midnight Oil, Kate Miller-Heidke and The Wiggles and will contribute to the band's first single .
Established in 2002, the ISC is recognised as the world's largest songwriting competition and is open to all professional and amateur songwriters.
More than 16,000 entries were received for the current Awards from 130 countries.
Instrumental was won by Brayden Rowland of Parkville. Adult Female 17 years and over was won by Sharon Salter from Port Macquarie with Susan Tull second while Louis Burt (pictured) from Newcastle took out the Adult Male 17 years and over section with Bruce Watson from Largs second.