MUSIC

18:19

Bec Sandridge performs ‘Animal’ and ‘Eyes Wide’ before talking to Rod Yates about writing her first true love song, exploring her bonkers bits, why she loves the contrast between dark lyrics and poppy music, and what it was like working with Oscar Dawson and Gab Strum on her album Try + Save Me.

03:29

Michael Waugh plays ‘Born Here’ off his 2020 Golden Guitar nominated album The Weir.

04:47

Cornell & Carr play the very first single they recorded together, ‘Be In The Band’. 

04:33

2020 Golden Guitar nominee Hayley Marsten plays a haunting acoustic version of her latest single Red Wine White Dress on Australia’s favourite country music show, Live On The Lot.

11:30

Jayne Denham sits down to discuss the making of her latest album Calamity, what it was like working with the Ice Road Truckers and how finding success in America is influencing her music.

15:25

Melanie Dyer sits down with Hayley Marsten to talk about the making of her debut album Spectacular Heartbreak, why she chose to only write with people she knew personally and the big influence her Mum, Wendy, had on the album.

Jayne Denham plays a stripped back version of her latest single ‘Black Coffee & White Lines live on Australia’s favourite country music show, Live On The Lot. 

16:00

2020 Golden Guitar Male Artist and Alt Country Album of the Year nominee, Michael Waugh, discusses the making of his latest studio album and shares an insight into what motivates and inspires his incredible storytelling process.   

19:26

Millie Turner performs “Eyes On You” and “The Shadow” and talks to Danielle McGrane about her path to becoming a musician, her love of poetry, and what it was like hearing her music in a club for the first time.

18:14

In Part 2 of Bernard Zuel’s interview with Bob Lefsetz, Bob offers advice to Australian bands who want to make it overseas, debunks the myth that there’s no money in streaming, explains what keeps him excited about music after all these years, and drops plenty of juicy anecdotes about big-name artists.