Archive for December, 2010

Lydia D’Lasselle – Girl’s night out

  Young ‘up & comer’ Lydia D’Lasselle makes her Australian TV debut with her friends and they’re on a “ Girls night out” Contact Lydia at:

Peter Pratt

 Peter Pratt joins Country Crossroads with “Sons of the Snowy” (filmed live at the Milawa Music Muster 2010) There's something special about this young farmer and singer song- writer as soon as he walks on stage. His presence is commanding, but ...

The Rainbow Girls – Medley

  From NZ  “The Rainbow Girls” sing a short medley of songs from their self-titled CD. For more information please contact

John Williamson & Adam Harvey – King of the Road

Two of Australia's country music giants, John Williamson & Adam Harvey, join the program with the classic “King of the Road”

Laura Downing

Residing in Brisbane,  Laura is fast becoming one of Australia's most sought after entertainers. With countless awards both nationally and internationally Laura takes great pride in being somewhat different to most other female artists. She's funny, captivating, ...

Maddie Griffiths – You were meant for Me

Maddie Griffiths sings the Jewel classic ‘You were meant for me.’ Email Maddie at:

Stephen R Cheney – Cowboy in the Lady

  Stephen R Cheney makes his debut on Country Crossroads with his song the Cowboy in the lady Find out more about Stephen at

Pete Gervasoni

    Pete Gervasoni sings his own song, "What are they marching for?".  The track features The Australian Army band Sydney & exclusive footage from the National Archives.

Bec Hance

  Bec Hance, a singer/songwriter from "Lang Lang", Victoria is a fresh, down to earth Aussie girl who loves to write her own version of songs about the Australian way of life. Growing up on a 4th generation family ...

Tim Farren – Seasons of change

“Fast rising” country artist Tim Farren makes his debut on the show with his own produced clip – Seasons of Change Find out more about Tim at