Image may contain: 4 people, people on stage and people playing musical instruments(PEACHFIELD) This week’s chat is with Robert F Cranny, the driving force behind the band Peachfield. From inner city Sydney, they’ve recently release their debut EP entitled “Monuments of Debris” which has met with considerable success on the charts. You can listen to what Robert has to say by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “Konmari”, “Box Wine And Fruitypine” and the new single “Bubblegummers”. Learn more of Peachfield at https://www.facebook.com/peachfieldlane (Posted 26th November 2020)

(THEN JOLENE) This week’s chat is with Garth Freudenstein from the band Then Jolene. From Woolgoolga om the Coffs Coast NSW, they’ve recently release a new single entitled “3 Rivers” which has met with considerable success on the charts. Listen to the chat and a couple of tracks from Then Jolene by selecting the following link. Tracks played are “Song For Karl” and “3 Rivers”. Find out more about the band at https://www.facebook.com/thenjolene/  (19th November 2020)

(TRINITY WOODHOUSE) Today I’m chatting with Hunter Region based singer/songwriter Trinity Woodhouse who’s just released a new single called “Bouquet” which is currently doing very well. Listen to the chat and songs from her catalogue by selecting the link following. Tracks played are “Me And Sandy” and “Bouquet”. You can find out more about Trinity at https://www.trinitywoodhouse.com/ (Posted 13th November 2020)

The chat today was with Sydney born and raised  singer songwriter Cassidy Rae who’s just released a new single entitled “Ton Of Bricks” that has the look of another success for her. Listen to Cassidy and a couple of her tracks by selecting the following link. Tracks played are “I’m On Vacation” and “Ton Of Bricks”. You can find out more about Cassidy at https://www.cassidy-rae.com/ (Posted 5th November 2020)

This week’s chat is with Sydney singer songwriter Dani Young who’s just released a new single entitled “Blaze” which is yet another success for her. To listen to the talk and a couple of Dani’s songs select the following link. Songs played were “Keep On Loving You” and “Blaze”. For further information on Dani go to https://www.daniyoung.net/ (Posted 22nd October 2020)

 

(DENVAH) Today’s  talk is with a Central Queensland singer/songwriter who goes by the name of Denvah. She released her debut EP earlier this year and has just released the single “How Could You” which is doing very well on the charts. Select the following link to hear the chat and a couple of Denvah’s songs. Songs played were “My Favourite” and “How Could You”. Find out more about Denvah at https://www.denvah.com/ (Posted 16th October 2020-10-16)

(THE BLOOMVILLES) This Week’s chat is with Joseph Calderazzo who is one of the driving forces behind the band The Bloomvilles, the other being Melinda Jackson. They’ve not long released the single “Sun Goes Down” which is doing very well on the charts and they are currently working on their debut self titled album. Listen to the chat and tracks played by selecting the link below. Tracks played were ” The Rain And The River” and Sun Goes Down”. Find out more about the Bloomvilles at https://www.thebloomvilles.com/ (Posted 8th October 2020)

(JOSH ORANGE) This week’s chat is with Gordon Burke from the Sydney group Josh Orange. They’ve not long released the single “I Will Follow You” taken from their about to be released 4th album “Midnight Lights” and it may well be the track that gives them the wider recognition that they deserve. Listen to the chat and tracks from Josh Orange by selecting the following link. Tracks played were “Little Miss America”, “Whiskey In The Jar” and “I Will Follow You”. Find out more about Josh Orange at https://www.joshorange.com/about (Posted 24th September 2020)

Couple of days ago I had a chat with a young Novocastrian by the name of Jemima who’s got a new EP entitled “Things I Never Said”  that was released last week. Hear the chat and tracks from the EP using the following link. Tracks played are “As You Are”, “When It Rains It Pours Down” and “All At Once”. Find out more about Jemima at https://www.jemimamusic.com/ (Posted 17th September 2020)

(VAN WALKER) Talking to me today is Van Walker from Tasmania who is no newcomer to the music scene. He’s written over 500 songs, released 6 solo albums between 2008 & 2010 and since then touring nationally and internationally, writing two albums with The Livingstone Daisies and forming the blues outfit Goatpiss Gasoline; while also writing and performing as a member of the critically acclaimed Vandemonian Lags stage production. He’s also just released his first solo album in ten year “Ghosting”. Songs played were “Spirit World” and “I Remember You”. You can hear the tracks and some chat by selecting the following link. Learm more about Van at http://ramblinvanwalker.com/ (Posted 3rd September 2020) 

(RILEY CATHERALL) Chatting to me a few days ago and introducing a few songs is Melbournian Riley CatheralI, a man who has been compared to American icon Jason Isbell. He’s recently released a new single ‘Leave Me Out To Dry’ taken from his as yet to be released new album and by all accounts the track is doing very well. Listen to the tracks and talk by selecting the following link. Tracks played were:

  • Pray That I Wont Be Long – Riley Catherall
  • Hymn #101 – Joe Pug
  • Carolina In My Mind – James Taylor
  • 3 AM – Gregory Alan Isakov
  • Leave Me Out To Dry – Riley Catherall

You can find out more about Riley at https://www.facebook.com/rileycatherallmusic/ (Posted 27th August 2020)

(FAELAND)  This week I spoke with Rebecca Nelson who makes up one half of the UK folk duo Faeland. Releative newcomers, the band started in 2017 and that year released their debut album “All My Swim”, an album that attracted widespread acclaim in the UK and beyond, championed by radio musical taste-makers BBC 6 and they’ve just released a well received single “End Of Day” which features on the soundtrack to new film “23 Walks”. Tracks played were “End Of The Day”, We’re Just A Love Song” and “All My Swim”. You can listen to the chat and the tracks by selecting the following link. Find out more about Faeland at https://faeland.co.uk/ (Posted 20th August 2020)

(CALLUM WYLIE) I spoke this week with Sydney singer songwriter Callum Wylie who’s about to release his debut album “Marfa” which is well anticipated by critics and fans alike. You can hear the chat and tracks from the album by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “Storms Coming”, “Desire” and “Close To You”. Learn more about what Callum is doing at https://www.facebook.com/calfolk/ (Posted 13th August 2020)

(RAECHEL WHITCHURCH) Talking to me a couple of days ago was singer/songwriter Raechel Whitchurch who’s originally from Broken Hill but is currently based in Sydney. She has a new single out entitled “My Father” that has been very well received by fans and you can hear that song along with her debut single “I Found Home” and a bit of chat by selecting the link following. You can find out more about Raechel at https://www.raechelwhitchurch.com/ (Posted 6th August 2020)

(THE WATER RUNNERS) Doing a guest DJ spot this week and talking about some of his favourite songs is John Littrich from the Water Runners who are based in Gerringong just passed Woolongong. They released an album last year entitled “Point of No Return” which did very well and have recently released the single “The End of the Year” which was also well received. You can hear the chat and songs selected by clicking on the link following. Songs played were:

  • The Road Less Travelled – The Water Runners
  • Our Sunshine – Paul Kelly
  • Pass It Along – Scott Cook
  • Wild Eleanor – The Morrisons
  • Braidwood Mail – The Water Runners

Learn more about the Water Runners at https://thewaterrunners.com/ (Posted 30th July 2020)

(CASEY BARNES)  The chat this week is with Gold Coast resident and singer songwriter Casey Barnes who has the unique experience of having 2 # 1s on the Aussie charts this year. Both his current release “We’re Good Together” and his previous single “Sparks Fly” have made it to the top and both are taken from his hit album “Town Of A Million Dreams”. You can hear what Casey has to say and a few tracks from the album by clicking the link following. Tracks played were ” The Lucky Ones”, “Sparks Fly” and “We’re Good Together”. Find out more about Casey at https://www.caseybarnes.com.au/ (Posted 23rd July 2020)

(CASS HOPETOUN)  A couple of days ago I spoke to Blue Mountain singer songwriter Cass Houptoun who has recently released her sophomore single “Typical Bride” and it’s doing very well. Hear the chat as well as a couple of tracks from Cass by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “Shots” and “Typical Bride”. Find out more about Cass Hopetoun at http://www.casshopetoun.com.au/  (Posted 16th July 2020)

(PEACHFIELD) Talking to me a couple of days ago was Sydney singer/songwriter Robert F Cranny who’s the driving force behind the 6 piece outfit from Redfern called Peachfield. They’ve got a new single out entitled “Map Drawn From Memory” and it’s doing great things. Click on the following link to hear the chat as well as the new single and a couple of other tracks. Tracks played were ” Laneways”, “Great Divide” and “Map Drawn From Memory”. Learn more about what Peachfield are doing at https://www.facebook.com/peachfieldlane/ (Posted 9th July 2020)

(MITCH DEAN) A couple of days ago I spoke to Mitch Dean from Melbourne who’s new single entitled “Holding Back The Levee” is doing great things. It’s the title track from his latest album and you can hear the single and a couple of other tracks from the album as well as the chat by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “Holding Back The Levee”, “A Face In A Long Line” and “In The Stream”. Find out more about what Mitch is up to at http://mitchdean.com.au/  (Posted 3rd July 2020)

(FANNY LUMSDEN) A couple of days ago I had a chat with singer songwriter Fanny Lumsden whose latest album “fallow” has had phenomenal success hitting #1 on the Aust. Country ARIA Album chart and the #1 spot on the iTunes album chart and the new single entitled “Fierce” looks like being just as successful. To listen to the talk and songs from the album just click on the link following. Tracks played were “These Days”, “Fallow” and “Fierce”. Learn more about what Fanny is doing at https://www.fannylumsden.net/  (Posted 25th June 2020)

(JED ZARB) This week’s chat was with Blue Mountains singer songwriter Jed Zarb who’s just released a new single “Stay For A While” and it looks like its going to do just as well if not better than other of Jed’s releases. Jed has had a long, successful career in music but he’s only quite recently started to release his own body of work. Have a listen to what Jed has to say and some of his songs by clicking on the link following. Tracks played were “Mountain Man”, Hillbilly Cider and “Stay For A While”. Find out more about Jed at https://www.facebook.com/jedzarbmusic/ (Posted 18th June 2020)

(JAY SEENEY)  Friday last (5th June) I had a chat is with local Sydney singer songwriter Jay Seeney who’s just released a great cover of Ed Sheeran’s song “Castle on the Hill” and it looks like it’s going the same way as all other Seeney release, up the charts. Hear the chat by clicking on the link following. Tracks played were “When I Found You. I Found Me”, “Think Again” and “Castle On The Hill”. Learn more about Jay at https://jayseeney.band/ (Posted 11th June 2020)

(BLAKE DANTIER)  A couple of days ago I had a chat with singer songwriter Blake Dantier from the foothills of the Blue Mountains who has just released a new single “Ash and Dust” which looks like emulating his debut single “Mary Jane” by doing well on the charts. You can hear the interview and tracks played by clicking on the following link. Track played were “Mary Jane” and “Ash And Dust”. Find out more about Blake at  https://blakedantier.com.au/ (Posted 4th June 2020)

(LUSI AUSTIN) Earlier in the week I spoke with Cowra singer songwriter Lusi Austin, a lady of many talents who has just released her debut EP, “Walking Contradiction” and a single from the album entitled “Back In Town” that’s doing very well on the charts at the moment.  You can hear the interview and tracks from the album by clicking on the following link. Track played were “Walking Contradiction”, “Let You Fly” and “Back In Town”. Find out more about Lusi at https://www.lusiaustin.com/ (Posted 28th May 2020)

back later in the program along with a few tracks from the album.

(THE NEW GRACES)  A couple of days ago I spoke with singer songwriter from Candelo NSW, Melanie Horsnell who makes up one third of the band The New Graces. They’ve just released their debut album “ Seasons” which is doing well on the charts. Listen to the interview along with a few tracks from the album by selecting the link following. Tracks played are “Seasons”, “Misty” and “Let You Love Me”. Learn more about the New Graces at https://thenewgraces.com/ (Posted 22nd May 2020)

(EVAN LOCK) Earlier in the week I had a chat with local Sydney artist Evan Lock who last year released his debut album entitled “Kaleidescopic” and from all accounts it did, and is doing, very well. Listen to the chat plus the tracks “Scorpio” and “Boy Interrupted” by selecting the link following. Learm more about what Evan is doing at https://www.facebook.com/evan.g.lock (Posted 15th May 2020)

(THE NEW SOUTH TRIO) This Week’s chat is with to Aidan Glover from local Sydney outfit The New South Trio. They’ve recently released a new single entitled “Sydney” which by all accounts is doing very well. Listen to the chat plus the tracks “Coldstone Blues” and “Sydney” by selecting the link following. Learn more about what The New South Trio are doing at https://www.facebook.com/TheNewSouthBand/ (Posted 8th May 2020)

(THE WATER RUNNERS)  Earlier in the weekI spoke to John Littrich from the Water Runners who are based in Gerringong just passed Woolongong. They released a new album last year entitled “Point of No Return” and by all accounts it’s still doing very well. You can hear the chat and a couple of tracks by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “Lay That Burden Down” and the album title track “Point Of No Return”. Learn more about The Water Runners at https://thewaterrunners.com/ (Posted 30th April 2020)

(DARLINGHURST) Earlier in the week I had a chat with Matt Darvidis from the Melbourne outfit Darlinghurst. They’ve just released a new single entitled “Picture Frame” and from all accounts it’s doing very nicely thanks. You can hear the chat and a couple of tracks by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “So Long, So Long” and “Picture Frame”. Find out more about Darlinghurst at https://www.darlinghurst-band.com/ (Posted 23rd April 2020)

(WATCHGLASS) Joining me earlier in the week was singer songwriters Gina Graham from the Sydney group Watchglass who have just released a new single, “Forbidden Forest” from their recently released EP entitled “Returning” Gina gave us a rundown on what Watchglass has been doing since last we spoke and you can hear the chat as well as a couple of tracks from the new EP following. Tracks played were “Welcome Here” and “Forbidden Forest”. Find out more about Watchglass at https://www.facebook.com/watchglass13/  (Posted 16th April 2020)

(BEN RANSOM) Earlier this week I had a chat with local Sydney artist Ben Ransom who’s just release his new single “Night After Night” which is dong very well on the charts at the moment.  He gave us an update on what’s been happening to him since we last spoke and selected songs from his back catalogue as well as his new release to play for us. You can hear the chat and the songs by clicking on the link below. Songs played were “Dry Town”, “Young Years” and the new one “Night After Night”. Learn more about Ben and what he is doing at  https://www.ransommusic.com/ (Posted 9th April 2020)

(MICHAEL WAUGH) Earlier in the week I had a chat with Michael Waugh who’s had enormous success with his album “The Weir”. He gave us an update on what’s been happening to him since we last spoke and selected a few of the tracks that set him on a musical career as well as a couple of his own songs. You can, of course hear the chat and the songs by clicking on the link below. Sonhgs played were:

  • Heyfield Girl – Michael Waugh
  • The Gambler – Kenny Rogers
  • The Highwomen – The Highwomen
  • Elephant – Jason Isbell
  • Broken Radios – Allison Forbes
  • The High Price Of Surviving – Shane Nicholson
  • Big Things – Michael Waugh

Find out what Michael is doing at http://www.michaelwaugh.com.au/ (Posted 2nd April 2020)

(CAMILLE TRAIL) Couple of days ago I had a chat with Camille Trail from Central Queensland who had a pretty successful time at Tamworth this year and has a new single, “Devil’s Drink” out that’s doing very well on the charts at the moment. Listen to the chat and a couple of tracks from Camille following. Tracks played were “Humming Chain” , then one of Camille’s favourites that she talks about – “Tin Man” from Miranda Lambert and finally Camille’s new one “Devil’s Drink”. Learn more about Camille at https://www.camilletrail.com/  (Posted 26th March 2020)

(FAELAND) The chat this week is with Rebecca Nelson, one half of the very successful UK group known as Faeland. Their debut album “All My Swim” was a great success as is their current single “End Of The Day” which is highlighted on the soundtrack of the movie 23 Walks. Tracks played were “End Of The Day”, We’re Just A Love Song” and “All My Swim”. Listen to Rebecca and the tracks played by selecting the link following. You can learn more about what Faeland is about at https://faeland.co.uk/ (Posted 20th August 2020)

(JEMIMA) Early this week I had a chat with a young lady known simply as Jemima who is, I think, originally from Newcastle but now lives in Byron Bay on the NSW north coast. She’s just released her second single, a track called “Patient” and it’s doing very well on the charts. Listen to the chat and a couple of tracks from Jemima below. Tracks played were “He’ll Never Be You” , then one of Jemima’s favourites that she talks about – “Red Dirt Girl” by Emmylou Harris and finally Jemima’s new one “Patient”. Learn more about Jemima at https://www.jemimamusic.com/  (Posted 19th March 2020)

(EMMA DYKES) A couple of days ago I had a chat with singer songwriter from Lauriton, Emma Dykes. She’s just released a new album “The Riddle of Life” and a single from the album “All I’m Gunna Get”. Both are doing very nicely and you can hear the single plus a couple of more tracks from the album as well as our little chat by clicking on the link following. Songs selected were “The Riddle of Life”, “The Drovers” and “All I’m Gunna Get”. Learn more about Emma at  https://www.emmadykes.com/ (Posted 12th March 2020)

(SLEEPY) Earlier in the week I spoke with Martin and Sarah from the Sydney band Sleepy who have just released an album entitled “New Shanghai Night” which is doing very well on the charts. You can hear the chat and tracks from the band’s album by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “Always Looking”, “Apologise” and “Safe & Sound”. Find out more about Sleepy at facebook.com/sleepymusic/  (Posted 5th February 2020)

(THE SILVERLINE) Today, in the studio with me were Mike and Catherine Lehnen, the Sydney duo that make up the outfit known as The Silverline. They’ve recently released the single “Box of Wood” and it’s doing very well on Country charts at the moment. In fact, today (27th) it’s at No 2. Click on the following link to hear the chat and tracks played which were “Let The Rain Fall”, Home Sweet Homeless” and “Box Of Wood”. You can find out more about The Silverline at https://thesilverline.net.au/  (Posted 27th February 2020)

(PACE RANDOLPH) Today’s guest was Sydney singer songwriter Pace Randolph whose new single “Gasoline and Red Wine” is doing very well at the moment. Select the following link to hear the conversation and the tracks played. Tracks played were ” Walking Away”, “I Am Not Fine” and “Gasoline And Red Wine”. For more information on Pace go to https://www.instagram.com/pacerandolph/ (Posted 20th February 2020)

(MISTER BLUE) In the studio today for a bit of a chat and introduce some music is Rob Jaworski, a driving force in the local Sydney outfit Mister Blue. Formed in Sydney in 2017 by three ex-pro musicians, who decided to come out of retirement, to play music for fun, they’ve recently released an EP entitled “Duende Street” which is doing very nicely thanks and their cover of the Little Willie John classic “Fever” has topped AMRAP Australian Regional Charts for a couple of weeks. Click on the following link to hear the chat and tracks played which were “Mister Blue”, “Fever” and “Sober Blues”. Learn more about Mister Blue at https://www.facebook.com/mrbluetheband/  (Posted 13th February 2020)

(LITTLE QUIRKS) Talking to me a couple of days ago was Abbey Toole from the Central Coast threesome (or is that now a quartet) Little Quirks. They’ve just released a new EP entitled “Cover My Eyes” which is doing very well.  Click on the following link to listen to the chat and some tracks from the group. Tracks played were “Cover My Eyes”, “Devil’s Ivy” and “Life Wouldn’t Be”. Learn more about Little Quirks at https://www.facebook.com/littlequirksband/  (Posted 6th February 2020)

(GLENN BIDMEAD) In the studio today to play and talk about a few of his favourite tracks by other artists as well as a couple of his own releases was local singer songwriter Glenn Bidmead (and his partner Lorraine). Songs selected by Glenn were:

  • The Best Thing – Glenn Bidmead
  • Can We Still Be Friends – Tod Rundgren
  • Shades Of Scarlet Conquering – Joni Mitchell
  • The Last Chance Texaco – Ricky lee Jones
  • Another Day – Paul McCartney
  • Fallen Angel – Glenn Bidmead

To play back the interview along with the songs  just click on the link following. Learn more about Glenn at https://glennbidmead.com/ (Posted 30th January 2020)

(MOSS) A couple of days ago I was lucky enough to talk to Susan and Mark from the Adelaide band known for their socially and politically motivated songs, MOSS. You can hear the chat and tracks played following. Tracks played were “Rock God”, Afghan Express” and their latest single “Pippi’s Song”. Learn more about MOSS at https://www.mossmusic.com.au/  (Posted 23rd January 2020)

(GRACE PETRIE) A couple of days ago I was luck enough to talk to English singer-songwriter Grace Petrie who will be in Australia during February, March,  and you can hear the chat as well as tracks from her album  “Queer As Folk” by selecting the link following. Tracks played were “Black Tie”, “Tom Paine’s Bones” and “Northbound”. Learn more about Grace at https://www.facebook.com/gracepetriemusic/ (Posted 16th January 2020)

(LILY DUVAL) In the studio today to play and talk about a few of her favourite tracks by other artists as well as a couple of her own releases was local singer songwriter Lily Duval. Songs selected by Lily were:

  • I’m Sorry Baby – Lilly Duval
  • Rock n Roll (I gave You The Best Years Of My Life) – Kevin Johnson
  • You’ll Never Know – Shirley Bassey
  • Open Up Your Heart – G Wayne Thomas
  • Dream A Little Dream Of Me – Mama Cass
  • Winter In America – Doug Ashdown
  • Full Moon – Lily Duval

To play back the interview along with the songs  just click on the link following. Learn more about Lily at https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Musician-Band/Lily-Duval-1393456494240090/ (Posted 2nd January 2020)

(HARVEY RUSSELL) A couple of days ago I had the chance to talk to Sydney singer/songwriter Harvey Russell who’s enjoying great success with his newly released debut solo album “Liquid Damage”. To play back the interview along with a couple of his songs from his album “Liquid Damage” just click on the link following. Tracks played were “Please Don’t Pretend”, “Rollin’ Into Town”, and “Jezabel”. Learn more about Harvey at https://www.harveyrussellmusic.com/ (Posted 19th December 2019)

(RILEY CATHERALL) Today I’m chatting with the very successful Melbourne based singer/songwriter Riley Catherall who’s just released a new single called “Pray That I Wont Be Long” which is currently doing very well. Listen to the chat and songs from his catalogue by selecting the link following. Tracks played are “Watered Down Man”, “Robin” and “Pray That I Wont Be Long”. You can find out more about Riley Catherall at https://www.facebook.com/rileycatherallmusic/ (Posted 12th December 2019)

(SUPER SOUL REVIEW) In the studio were Simon Morel from local band Soul Messengers and Amanda Easton who, along with singer songwriters Liza Ohlback and Juliane Di Sisto will be performing in The Super Soul Review, a one-off show to raise much needed money for your favourite station. In a benefit that promises to get the crowd feet dancing and hands in their pockets, the family friendly event will be held from 5-8pm on Sunday November 19 at Crows Nest’s music@StreetMarket.com.au. You can hear the chat and a few tracks following. Tracks played were:

  • Juliane Di Sisto – At Last
  • Amanda Easton – Head Over Heels
  • Liza Ohlback – Happy Home
  • Soul Messengers – Eleanor Rigby

Learn more about the Super Soul Review at https://www.facebook.com/events/music-at-street-market/northside-radio-super-soul-revue-fundraiser/2531335083613659/ (Posted 31st October 2019)