Country Crossroads Column 22 Feb 17

This weeks Melbourne Observer Country Crossroads column Ladies and Gents.  Enjoy the read – Rob Foenander

Country Crossroads Column Melbourne Observer 22 Feb 2017 DRIFTERS NEW RELEASE Melbourne’s very own– Moonee Valley Drifters will launch their sixth studio album ‘Hill & Range Music’ at MEMO Music Hall, St Kilda on Sat 25 Feb. The iconic band are renowned for their classic swing, honky tonk-country and boogie style music. Guest performers will include James Black (keys), Ed Bates (pedal steel), and special guest vocalist Gabby Beck. ALL YOU NEED IS MUSIC Lachlan and Hamish Davidson have a lot to sing about at the moment. The Bluegrass Brothers were inducted into the Australian Country Music Hands Of Fame at January’s Tamworth awards. The exciting news continues with the release of their next album All You Need Is Music on 7th April. Plus, the first 250 Aussie fans to pre order the album will go in the draw for a private concert in their own backyard or at their local pub. More info www.davidsonbrothersband.com YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND One of Australia’s finest singers in Nikki Nicholls will bring the songs and story of Carole King to life with You’ve Got A Friend at The Palms at Crown on Friday March 3. Throw a little James Taylor in plus Nikki’s band Kings Rule and the night promises to be a mix of great songs and singers.

1. Moonee Valley Drifters new release CD Launch
2. Davidson Bros have much to sing about
3. Nikki Nicholls – You’ve got a friend

 

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