Wollongong singer/songwriter JAMES STEWART KEENE has released a new music video to accompany his latest single.
Taken from his ARIA Top 40 Australian Country Artist charting album Charm Offensive, James’ latest offering is the emotionally driven Really Need You Tonight.  The single was made available to radio on CRS 209 (Track 6).
The new clip has been made available to Australian TV and can be seen on the VIDEOS page: 
Co-written by James and STEVE McNAUGHTON, the song was produced by ROD MOTBEY at Tracking Dog Studios and features Rods’ inspirational and intricate guitar playing.
The song is truly heartfelt and goes out to anyone who has ever experienced the tyranny of distance from a loved one.  Really Need You Tonight is a definite for your playlist with James’ unmistakable country rock sound.
Look out for the song’s music video, to be available to TV and YouTube this week.
The Charm Offensive album is available through all good music stores and digital music retailers through Fanfare Country/Sony Music Australia.
DJ’s – in support of the single release, James is offering copies of his Charm Offensive album for giveaway competitions.  He is also available to talk with you about his new single and future plans.  

Brad & Chantell Finalist in the Southern Stars

Congratulations to Brad Marks and Chantell Alexi being selected as finalists in the Southern Star Awards in Mildura in October. Brad is nominated for Rising Star Male and Chantell for Rising Star Female
Brad nominated with his hit song "Yesterday" (CRS 206 Track 2) and Chantell with "Lucky Girl" (CRS 205 Track 6).
Brads' current single "What if You Can" (CRS 209 Track 4) is receiving strong airplay across Australia while Chantell is putting the finishing touches to her latest album "Forever Changed" due to be released later this year.
Both artists were thrilled when contacted by management last night.

Chantell Alexi Remembers Her Mother

Following on from the success of her last single "Lucky Girl", Chantell Alexi is releasing a very personal track in time for Mothers Day through CRS Digital, "She Lives Through Me".
Chantell Explains:
"In January of 2017 I lost my Mother…My mum was like my best friend, I spent a lot of my free time with her and losing her felt like losing a huge part of myself. After writing a few sad and angry songs about her loss I decided I wanted to write something that honoured her life and the gifts she gave to me, rather than something that just mourned her loss. So I wrote ‘She Lives Through Me’ with a close friend of mine, Linda Mizzi and we aimed to celebrate all the things about myself that are so much like my Mum, as the two of us shared a lot more than just blood. In a very big way she lives through me…"
If you are looking for a song that carries the love we feel for our mothers this Mothers Day, you can't go past this very moving song. 

400 Turn Up To See Brad Marks

Following his successful appearance at the same time last year at the Joadja Estate Winery in Berrima, Brad Marks was invited back to perform again on Easter Sunday for Music In The Vines, an event only staged a couple of times a year.
The crowd came armed with their picnic blankets and folding chairs ready for Brad's extensive set list that kept them entertained and involved for 3 hours on a perfect Autumn afternoon. Maureen Maloy and the crew at Joadja realised after the 2017 performance that they would have to lay on a greater supply of food for the patrons and still managed to run out of wood fired pizzas an hour after Brad beginning as the crowds continued to swell.
Brad played his new release "Yesterday" (CRS 206 Track 2) for the first time live with his A list band. The video of the song produced by Michael Carpenter can be viewed below.
Brad kept the crowd entertained and engaged for the entire afternoon, the sign of a consummate performer.

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