Lee Kernaghan is Australia’s most loved country music identity and an outback icon. He reinvigorated Australian Country Music in the 1990’s, synthesizing traditional country themes with his own brand of rural rock and images of an evolving regional culture.
Songs like The Outback Club, Boys From The Bush, Hat Town, She’s My Ute and Australian Boy are now modern day anthems for a generation of Australian’s living and working on the land.
Recognised as one of Australia’s most eclectic Country singer/songwriters, Graeme Connors has received numerous awards during his more than 40-year career for his contribution to Country Music. Golden Guitars, ARIA, PPCA and APRA Awards line his shelves, with his most recent prestigious accolade, 2016 inductee to the Roll of Renown (Australia’s Country Music Hall of Fame).
Graeme’s well-crafted songs have led to a distinguished career with a total of 19 albums (one Platinum and three Gold) released. Graeme has also written an extensive catalogue of songs for other artists, including John Denver, Jon English and Slim Dusty. Graeme’s new album from the backcountry was released in August (2018) and features his latest singles ‘One Life’ and ‘Kimberley Frontier’.
Troy Cassar-Daley has released 10 studio albums throughout his thirty years of making music. He comes from a long line of storytellers and shares his musicianship with so many artists across different styles of music.
His passion to pen stories about this land and what lies at the heart of it has been a driving force in his career. Troy’s natural authenticity is the bloodline of his music that endears him to his ever-growing number of fans from every walk of life.