True Blue" is an Australian folk song written and performed by singer-songwriter John Williamson. The lyrical content utilises Australian slang heavily, with the title meaning authentically Australian (from a British phrase). The song was released in March 1982 as a single from True Blue - The Best of John Williamson, but failed to chart
John released his album WILDLIFE WARRIORS: IT’S TIME on 22nd November 2006, at the Watersedge Restaurant over looking the magnificent Sydney Harbour, a compilation of his environmental songs written over the years and featuring his new song, dedicated to Steve Irwin, Wildlife Warriors: It’s Time. The Platinum Collection released comprising 62 John Williamson classics. The Hillbilly Road Tour staring John Williamson with special guest Warren H. Williams kicked off in Brisbane and visited all mainland states by the end of the year. JW wins his 24th Golden Guitar at the Country Music Awards of Australia in January. Australia Is Another Word For Free’, written by John, won Bush Ballad of the Year.
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Australian icon JOHN WILLIAMSON is back on the road with ‘The Butcherbird Tour’ which he will take across Australia over the next 12 months from coast to coast and sharing with his audiences his biggest hits and his latest musical contributions. His new tour comes off the back of his forthcoming new album by the same name set for release in August 2018. The new album and tour continues to see John celebrate and pen the stories into song that he continues to be passionate about, the country, the people and the fight for what is right
GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD gave Elton John his second number one album in both the American and British charts and provided him with four top ten singles. The result of a magic chemistry which had been discovered between four English musicians, it put Black Sabbath firmly on the road to world domination. This programme tells the story behind the writing, recording and success of the album. Despite vilification from the Christian and moral right and all the harsh criticism that the music press could hurl at them, Paranoid catapulted Sabbath into the rock stratosphere.
The Beatles: Abbey Road front album cover released in 1969. They point out that John Lennon’s white suit symbolized the color of mourning in some Eastern religions while Ringo Starr is donned the more traditional black. What they neglect to point out, however, is that George Harrison is wearing denim-the color of mourning in Canada. The back cover of the album. 6. The girl in the blue dress. On the night of Paul’s supposed car accident, he was believed to have been driving with a fan named Rita.