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.: Harmony James

Harmony’s 2009 debut album, Tailwind, was chased by a slew of accolades: breakthrough awards from VCMA and APRA, Golden Guitar nominations for Best Female Artist and Best Album, eleven top ten songs, four at number one on the National Country Music Charts and first prize in the country division of Nashville’s International Songwriting Competition. The follow-up, 2012’s Handfuls of Sky, was critically acclaimed and produced ‘Pride’ which spent six weeks a top the Country Music airplay charts. The new album Cautionary Tales, is the most eagerly awaited country album of 2014. Cautionary Tales received three nominations for the 2015 CMAA Awards aka Golden Guitars with Best Album, Best Female Artist and Best Heritage Song.

I just listened to Harmony's recordings and she's very good. She's a first rank songwriter. – Don Walker (Cold Chisel)

No doubt about Harmony, she's a talent alright, a fine singer and a fair songwriter too. – George Young (Vanda/Young, Easybeats)

She’s bloody good mate, great songwriter, great singer. Russell Morris

Harmony James is one of the most promising young artists I've ever had the pleasure of working with. She has an amazing authentic
voice and is on her way to becoming one of the great country songwriters. She is a breath of fresh air in an industry where it is easy to get lost in the crowd. Australia can be proud to have her.
Always a fan.
Kasey Chambers


.: Ami Williamson

Forceful, funny, powerful and poetic, Ami Williamson is Indie Folk with a dash of cabaret for flavour - the Pina Bausch of singer/songwriting.
Ami is one of those rare female singers. While her roots are firmly in the tradition of singer/songwriter, her richly diverse upbringing had Ami taking the stage not only in opera and classical, but also touring with her father, legendary country music artist John Williamson. Today, after many albums and concerts, Ami’s celebrated “One Woman Show” has been performed at the major festivals and venues in Australia and abroad including The Port Fairy Folk Festival, The Brunswick Music Festival, The Woodford Folk Festival, The National Folk Festival to name a few.

“Ami Williamson is a genius, she’s just so musical and my favorite act at the Port Fairy Folk Music Festival” International folk icon Judy Collins on Channel Ten’s “The Circle”

Indie Folk artist Ami Williamson sings like an angel, she plays piano, drums, dulcimer, guitar and raps it all up in Cabaret, performing her own poignant songs and covers from Opera to AC/DC - this Singer- Songwriter- Show Girl will impress!"
- The Australian

“A festival loves to book an artist such as Ami Williamson. She’s a class act with poise, passion and ‘personality plus’, she has the power to own her show – the stage and the audience’s adoration. Ami can’t help it if she’s also beautiful and charming, but we’ll put up with anyone who creates a buzzfest – as she can. Pssst…..check out the wall of arty letters after her name. Phew!” - (Jamie McKew – Festival Director & Programmer at Port Fairy Folk MUSIC Festival)



.: TMG (Ted Mulry Gang) licensing permission and legacy enquiries

TMG or Ted Mulry Gang was one of Australia's top rock bands in the 70's. The band achieved platinum and gold albums and a string of top ten hits and number ones, the biggest being Jump In My Car which was number 1 for 11 weeks and in the top forty for 32 weeks. They were the first band to knock ABBA from the number 1 spot when Jump In My Car bumped Mama Mia to #2. Abba got their revenge by holding TMG's Darktown Strutters Ball at #2 behind Fernado for six weeks. TMG were the one of the first first Australian bands to crack the US Billboard top 50 with Lazy Eyes. The band also pioneered touring outback settlements and were the first rock band to play to aboriginal audiences.

.: Contact Herm Kovac
.: TEL: 61 2 9452 6790
.: MOB: 0407 660 752
.: EMAIL: hkovac@bigpond.net.au