Posts Tagged ‘Northern Territory’

Media Release: Tom Curtain adds to musical accolades

Tom Curtain is a finalist at the 2018 Southern Stars Australian Independent Country Music Awards Media Release by Rebecca Belt, The Country Journo. It’s been a busy year for Tom who won two Golden Guitars in January, got married, and is now a finalist in three categories at The Southern Stars – The Australian Independent…

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Media Release: Golden Guitar winner Tom Curtain celebrates Livin’ in the Bush

Tom Curtain's Territory Time

New single ‘Livin’ in the Bush’ released from Katherine Outback Experience’s Tom Curtain’s award winning album Territory Time Article by Rebecca Belt, The Country Journo “Say it loud, say it proud, we’ve got it good. We’re livin’ in the bush.” TWO-TIME Golden Guitar winner Tom Curtain isn’t resting on his laurels, releasing his new single,…

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First Single released from Tom Curtain’s new Album!

Territory Time is Tom Curtain's newest album

Never Never Land The first single ‘Never Never Land‘ from Tom Curtain‘s highly anticipated third album ‘Territory Time‘ is here! Never Never Land is a duet written with Luke O’Shea, and produced by Matt Fell and Luke O’Shea. It captures the stunning yet unforgiving landscapes of northern Australia, the extreme weather and isolation, the unique way of…

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The Outback Show Crew: Brad Kammann

Brad and Rhapsody at Katherine Outback Experience on a stunning Katherine evening

Meet the Katherine Outback Experience Team Name: Bradley John Kammann aka BJ Sex: Male Age: 23 Where did you grow up? I grew up in Manjimup aka “Manji” in the south west of WA, about 3hrs south of Perth. Manji is known for cherries, truffles and forests as well as for raining nine months of…

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A Fork in the Road (Blog 3 Central Station 2016)

Looking back on things, it’s crazy how one step in a different direction, away from our comfort zones can open up a whole new world of opportunity. It seems this has occurred more than once for me and has completely realigned my path. In 2002, fresh out of the stock camp, with no real training,…

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Life in the Stock Camp (Blog 2 Central Station 2016)

In 2000, after three eventful years at the University of Queensland Gatton Campus where I had a hell of time playing rugby and socialising, I finished my Bachelor of Applied Science Animal Studies where I specialised in Beef Cattle, Genetics and Nutrition, handed Mum that flash piece of paper and said I’m off to the…

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