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Silent Soundtracks
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This Show Is About People

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Cathie O'Sullivan
Colin Dryden
Creedence Clearwater Revisited
The Celebrated Knackers & Knockers Band
Donna Fisk and Michael Cristian
Eric Bogle
Fiddlers Feast
Gary Shearston
Gordon Lightfoot
Herb Superb
Johnny Wade
Jim Low
John Munro
Julie Wilson
Koori Classic
Kym Pitman
Marcus Holden
Mic Conway's National Junk Band
Nyalgodi Scotty Martin
Robyn Archer
Roger Knox
Russell Morris
The Newtown Rugby League Football Club Song
Warren Fahey & Luke Webb
Warren Fahey & Max Cullen (DEAD MEN TALKING)


Before the Boomerang Came Back
Down By The Billabong
The World Turned Upside-Down
Forte – Golden Fiddlers
Stand Up & Shout

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Barbara James
Bob Dyer
Bobby Limb
Buddy Williams
Dame Nellie Melba
Florence Austral
Frank Coughlan
John Brownlee
Johnny Ashcroft
Keith Branch & His South Sea Islanders

Percy Grainger
Reg Lindsay
Shirley Thoms
Smoky Dawson
Strella Wilson
Tex Morton
Tex Morton and Sister Dorrie
Warren Fahey's Diggers

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Australian Radio Serials
Australian Hillbilly Radio Hits
Australian Stars of the International Music Hall Voume 1
Australian Stars of the International Music Hall Voume 2
Band in a Waistcoat Pocket
Mastertouch Pianola
Strike up the Band
Stars of Australian Stage & Radio Vol 1
Stars of Australian Stage & Radio Vol 2

Yep! Records
Music Without Compromise


Jenny Morris
Michal Nicholas
The Lovetones
Saints of India
Screw the Pooch

Julie Wilson
Inspired Australian Singer/Songwriter

Born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, singer/songwriter Julie Wilson moved with her family to Newcastle-on-Hunter as a young child.

Julie’s passion for singing was ignited at the tender age of 9, when she was chosen to sing the lead role in a musical version of Cinderella. As a teenager she accepted roles in many local theatre productions including the Hunter Valley Theatre Company’s West Side Story.

While performing in a theatre restaurant in Newcastle, Julie formed a firm friendship with songwriter/producer Mark Tinson who was acting as musical director for the show. Impressed with her vocal ability and ear for harmony, Mark invited Julie to work in his recording studio as a session vocalist, singing jingles for radio & TV and background vocals on many recordings for local artists.

When the theatre-restaurant show finished Julie joined the band that had been playing in the show and began performing in clubs & pubs around the Hunter Valley, with a repertoire influence by country artists such as Linda Ronstadt & Olive Newton-John, and British pop singers Dusty Springfield & Sandy Shaw.

Julie’s singing career was interrupted when she moved to Sydney and began a family. She returned to Newcastle in 1996 with her sons Mitchell & Justin and looked up her old friend Mark Tinson who invited her to sing on Demos of some country songs he’d been writing. Mark was so pleased with Julie’s interpretation of his songs that they began writing & recording together on a regular basis. The result of this collaboration is Julie’s debut album New Love. In concert Julie performs songs from her album along with a selection of songs from her favorite artists Bonnie Raitt, K.D. Lang, Mary Chapin-Carpenter and Patsy Cline.

Julie Wilson is a beautiful voice and inspired songwriting talent in Australian Country Music. She is Winner ABC Newcastle Music Awards for Best Female Vocalist and Best Jazz song. Now that is versatile!

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Julie Wilson
'New Love'
Catalogue Number RRR31


This album is a collection of original songs:

Up-tempo country-rock numbers (New Love & Don’t Cross the Line), Engaging cajun feels (If You Ever Found Out & This Town), Beautiful country ballads (Two Sides to Heartbreak & Falling), Hypnotic bluesy grooves (Now & Close Your Eyes) and the jazzy I’ve Thrown My List Away. Country treatments of pop classics: Dusty Springfield’s 'I Just Don’t Know What to do with Myself' and
Joni Mitchell’s 'Big Yellow Taxi'.

Produced by Mark Tinson (Ted Mulray Gang, Swanee), the album features a stellar line-up of musicians including guitarists Bob Spencer (The Angels, Skyhooks) and Steve Cowley, drummer Steve Sowerby (Eurogliders), keyboard player Rick Melick (Air Supply), violinist Wayne Goodman (Emmylou Harris) and bassist Ian Lees (Moving Pictures).

Track Listing:

  1. New Love (M.Tinson)
  2. Close Your Eyes (Julie Wilson/Mark Tinson)
  3. This Town (Tinson)
  4. Falling (Wilson/Tinson)
  5. Big Yellow Taxi (Joni Mitchell)
  6. If You Ever Found Out (Tinson)
  7. Two Sides Of Heartbreak (Tinson)
  8. Now (Wilson/Tinson)
  9. I’ve Thrown My List Away (Tinson)
  10. Don’t Cross The Line (Tinson)
  11. I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself (Burt Bacharach/Hal David)

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New Love

What the Media have to say...

"Julie Wilson has a fresh new sound and plenty of energy and that comes through loud and clear on her album, New Love. For an album which shows musical diversity and has broad appeal, Julie has come up with a very good package."
(Daily News)
"A terrific mix that showcases Julie's musical versatility."
(Nfs Publicity)
"New Love has a great variety of song's which caters to all country music listeners from the very young to the more mature. You are sure to have many hours of enjoyment listening to Julie Wilson's debut album."

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