Australian Country Music
Research commissioned this year by Change the Conversation , an activist group for female artists in country music, found that beginning in 2008, country music radio and the labels that service them have largely turned away from feminine performers at an alarming rate. In the 1960s and 70s, new country music performers appeared, together with The Singing Kettles, John McSweeney, Jean Stafford and Johnny Heap.
The trio shaped in 2006, when singer-songwriters Hillary Scott (daughter of country star LINDA DAVIS) and Charles Kelley (brother of pop singer JOSH KELLEY) met in Nashville and commenced writing collectively.
The annual Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival celebrates the vitality of the Jefferson Street community through its arts, music, and meals culture.
Enjoy the magic of the holidays with your favourite country stars, as they perform classic Christmas songs and share their treasured holiday recollections.
Touted by many as the brand new Taylor Swift her follow up single, ‘Dibs’ shortly turned the #1 most added tune on US Country radio upon its launch.