Playlist if I was on Country Radio week 2

This week’s playlist on hypothetical Kaz programme – Listen To The Words (3 hours)

Listen to the Words – Luke O’Shea

It Tears Me Up (Everytime you turn me down) – Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes

Someone You Know So Well – Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes

You Can’t Hide From a Broken Heart – Sally-Anne Whitten

Runaway Train – Andrew Swift

Fire and Ice – Andrew Swift and Catherine Britt

All The Time (I Only Want You) Khristian Mizzi

When Rail Was King – Susan Lily

Tough as Geranium – Susan Lily

Idol – Col Finley

History of Us – Jodie Crosby

Pastor’s Daughter – Anthony Taylor

Gypsy White Moon – The Long and The Short of It

Levon Helm – Rick Hart

Talk of the Town – Clelia Adams

Montevideo Maru 1942 – Kylie Adams-Collier

Train Wreck Blues – Rory Phillips

Album Reviews/ Top 10

Women and Wine – Cazna Goodall

Don’t Walk Out Now – The April Family

Queen of Boomtown – Gretta Ziller

Let’s Get Out Of Here – Roo Arcus

Church on the Hill – Roo Arcus

Gig Review/Preview

Fisherman’s Daughter – Peter Dawson

My Soundtrack – Matt Cornell

Great Mighty Murray – Lloyd Clarke

High on High – John Flanagan

Lessons Learned – Tyson Lucas

The Wreckage – Melody Moko

On the otherside of midnight – Connie Kis Andersen

The Next Thing That You Hear – Allan Caswell

Outta My Own Way – Matt Scullion

River of Gold – The Weeping Willows

Every River – Harry Hookey

– The Man Across The Street  – Amber Lawrence

The Best Liar In Town – Amber Joy Poulton –

Crawl, Beg and Cry – Brad Butcher

The Captain – Kasey Chambers

Dream Him Home – Melinda Schneider

Fly Away – Darren Colston

Pride of Erin – Luke O’Shea

 

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