Victoria Baillie

Victoria Baillie Releases Her New Music Video - Mr Yesterday

Check out the new music video from Victoria Baillie, 'Mr Yesterday'. it's the fourth single from her debut album Start Brand New.


Phil Vassar & Steve Forde Head Final Rocks The Snowys Festival Additions

US country hitmaker Phil Vassar and renowned American singer-songwriter Nanci Griffith, along with local favourites Steve Forde and Tania Kernaghan, complete the massive lineup for the 2010 CMC Rocks The Snowys Festival to be held on March 5 and 6 at Friday Flatts in Tredbo.

Renowned for the raucous energy of his live shows, Phil Vassar has been writing hits for himself and others for over a decade. Country music’s "Piano Man" has scored big with songs like 'Bye-Bye' and 'I’m Alright' (both massive hits for Jo Dee Messina) and 'Just Another Day In Paradise'. The rowdy spirit of his life-affirming anthems translates to his concert performances, and he’ll be making his first trip down under for a one-off performance.

Steve Forde is a Snowys crowd favourite, a mainstay of the festival, and one of Australia’s best loved live performers. He’s an artist who’s blazed his own trail through country music over almost a decade of recording and performing. A former rodeo rider who channels the same energy and spirit into his music, Steve has built a fiercely loyal fanbase through years crossing the length and breadth of Australia. His rockin’ live shows are legendary among Aussie country fans and he will return to rock the Snowys in 2010. Forde's lastest album, Guns & Guitars was one of the highest selling local country albums of 2008/09.

Grammy-winner Nanci Griffith has found success across rock, folk and country, and earning the respect and admiration of collaborators like Jimmy Buffet, Emmylou Harris and Willie Nelson. The singer-songwriter has penned enduring songs including 'Love at the Five and Dime' and 'Outbound Plane' in a career spanning over 30 years. Never afraid to tackle difficult topics head on in her songs, her performance is always full of passion and deep honesty.

Tania Kernaghan is part of one of Australian country’s most famous families. Daughter of Ray and brother of Lee, Tania grew up with a passion for country music and a love of live performance that has taken to the top of the country scene. From the release of her first (platinum-selling) album December Moon in 1996, Kernaghan has remained one of country music’s premiere female artists.

All up the final line up includes; Phil Vassar, Lee Kernaghan, Kasey Chambers, Guy Sebastian, Jack Ingram, Nanci Griffith, Doc Walker, Adam Harvey, Steve Forde, Richard Clapton, Tania Kernaghan, Peter McWhirter, Dan Sultan, Mike Carr, Kirsty Lee Akers, Paul Greene, The Wilsons Pickers, Jetty Road, Amber Lawrence, Mark Wells, Victoria Baillie, The Harrisons and Busby Marou.

Lee Kernaghan's Planet Country Music Video

Following the #1 ARIA Country Albums Chart debut and #13 debut on the ARIA Album's chart (all genres) for Planet Country comes the World Premiere of Lee Kernaghan's 'Planet Country' music video.

The clip also features emerging country artists Morgan Evans and Victoria Baillie.

Check it out below...

Jasmine Rae, Victoria Baillie and Peter McWhirter In Orange NSW

Jasmine Rae recently visited Orange in Central NSW for a show which included special guests Victoria Baillie and Peter McWhirter. Check out some of the behind the scenes action!


Ingram, Chambers & Doc Walker Head Artists Announced To Rock The Snowys Next March

Jack IngramThe organisers of CMC Rocks The Snowys, being held at Friday Flat, Thredbo on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 March 2010, have announced the first round of appearing artists.

The list is headed by Kasey Chambers and US act Jack Ingram (pictured), who has just released his new album, Big Dreams & High Hopes.
Canadian act Doc Walker are also coming to Australia for the first time to perform at the event. Their first Australian release, Beautiful Life was released in June.
Other artists annouced include Dan Sultan, Adam Harvey, Kirsty Lee Akers, Jetty Road, The Wilson Pickers, Amber Lawrence, and Victoria Baillie.  

Victoria Baillie's Stupid Video

Check out emerging Australian artist Victoria Baillie's third music video. It's for the song 'Stupid'.

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