2ear FM Australia Hillcrest 66 tracks were broadcast on ‘Good Morning Variety’ & ‘Brekkie with the Girls’ from the city of Moruya in NSW 2537 Australia. The company provides a first class affordable solution to radio promotion and is an effective tool for artistes looking for wider appeal for their tracks.
Like most other community radio stations in Australia, the station’s broadcasters are volunteers. Funds to operate the station are generated through annual membership subscriptions, sponsorship, donations and fund-raising events.
2EAR FM Australia Hillcrest 66
We are always happy to work alongside Hillcrest to further their reach and enhance their considerable reputation in the field of rejuvenating country music to the masses. Still giving spins at 2earfm, the Community Radio Station broadcasting on 107.5 MHz and 102.9 MHz. This radio station is situated in the beautiful Eurobodalla Shire on the South Coast of NSW.
Enjoy the tracks brought to you from 2EAR FM Australia Hillcrest 66 – Hillcrest Music Canada. Listen on Mixcloud
Hillcrest Music is a leading country music radio promoter bringing quality country music artistes to country music radio stations worldwide.
Australian Country Music
Australian country music is a part of the music of Australia. There is a broad range of styles, from bluegrass to yodelling to folk to the more popular.
The genre has been influenced by Celtic and English folk music, the Australian bush ballad tradition, as well as by popular American country music.
Themes include: outback life, the lives of stockmen, truckers and outlaws, songs of romance and of political protest; and songs about the “beauty and the terror” of the Australian bush. Early pioneers included Tex Morton, Smoky Dawson (touted as Australia’s first singing cowboy), Buddy Williams, Slim Dusty and Johnny Ashcroft all members of the Australian Roll of Renown. (Wikipedia)
Smoky Dawson AM MBE (19 March 1913 – 13 February 2008) born as Herbert Henry Brown, was an Australian country music performer, radio star, entertainer, and icon. He was widely touted as Australia’s first singing cowboy complete with acoustic steel string guitar and yodel, in the style of American Gene Autry:
Dawson had an extraordinarily long and prolific career, releasing his first single in 1941 and his last album in 2005, aged 92, making him at the time the world’s oldest recording artist. Through his high-rating syndicated radio serials (at their height broadcast on 100 stations), television appearances, comic books and songs he created the persona of a happy-go-lucky singing cowboy. An Australian institution, he continued to perform and march in annual ANZAC day ceremonies right up to his death a month shy of his 95th birthday.
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