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David Woodward

Rest In Peace Australian Music Manager David Woodward

by Paul Cashmere

The Australian music industry is saddened to hear about the passing of music manager David Woodward who has died from a heart attack at age 40.

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Glenn Shorrock remakes classic with his friends for Men’s Mental Health

by Paul Cashmere

Little River Band legend Glenn Shorrock has remade his classic ‘Help Is On Its Way’ with a stack of his friends to raise awareness of Men’s Mental Health issues.

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Lee Kernaghan

Lee Kernaghan and Beccy Cole to play 7th Groundwater Country Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere

Lee Kernaghan and Beccy Cole have signed on for the Groundwater Country Music Festival for 2019.

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The Amity Affliction Misery

New Music Releases For 23 August 2018

by Paul Cashmere

Major new titles coming this week from: The Amity Affliction, John Williamson, Alice in Chains, Gilbert O’Sullivan, Wilson, Candi Staton, Blood Orange, The Lemon Twigs, Beccy Cole, Neil & Liam Finn and Interpol.

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Queenscliff Music Festival Reveals Second Line-up Announcement

by Noise11.com

Here is the second line-up announcement for the Queenscliff Music Festival.

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Jetty Road

Deni Ute Muster Reveals All Australian Line-Up For 2017

by Noise11.com

Lee Kernaghan, Jetty Road, Sara Storer, Beccy Cole, The McClymonts, The Wolfe Brothers and Shannon Noll will head up an all-Australian line-up for the Deni Ute Muster in Deniliquin in September.

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James Morrison To Launch Fanfare Jazz Label

by Paul Cashmere

Robert Rigby is preparing to expand his Fanfare Records label after signing Australian Jazz Hall of Fame inductee James Morrison for his new Fanfare Jazz arm.

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Ambition's Robert Rigby and Beccy Cole, Noise11, Photo

Beccy Cole Signs With Ambition

by Paul Cashmere

Australian country star Beccy Cole has signed with Robert Rigby’s Ambition Records for her next album.

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Keith Urban and Beccy Cole Sweep Tamworth

by Paul Cashmere

Australia’s Keith Urban and Beccy Cole are the country music stars of the year after picking up the big Golden Guitar awards at the 40th Country Music Awards in Tamworth.

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