Luke O’Shea

Luke O'Shea


Catching the ear of the Pacific International Music (PIM) label Luke teams up with Aussie ex-pat Michael Flanders and Rob McKay to co-produce Luke’s fourth album, ‘The Drovers Wife’. Recorded between Sydney, Hervey Bay and Nashville it was recently released during the 2012 Tamworth Country Music Festival. The albums opening single, The Drover’s Wife, hit #3 on the National Radio Charts, inspired from the classic Henry Lawson poem, it expressed what many men feel at having to leave their partners and families behind whilst attempting to make a living …or to pursue a dream.

New England Skies

(Word’s & Music: Luke O’Shea)

After travelling to and fro to Tamworth up the New England Highway for manys the year, it feels like a release valve goes off in me whenever I get to the western side of Maitland. Somehow the sky and landscape starts to open up and my mind and breathing starts to reflect it.

I have travelled a lot if the world and seen many infamous sunsets. From Byron Bay to Galway Bay from Broome to Bali but as discussed and long promised to proud Tamworth-ian Anna Rose, I have always vowed to write a love song to the breathtaking Tamworth Sunset, as great as any on the world scale, impossible to capture …but I still try.

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