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O'Shea return with their anticipated new album '61-615,' the follow up to 2015's smash 'The Famine & The Feast!'
The release of this album follows a great 12 months for O'Shea, who won the Golden Guitar for their acclaimed song "The Truth Walks Slowly (in the Countryside)" for Music Video of the Year in January with Rob Hirst. The song also received an APRA nomination and O'Shea they were nominated for three fan voted CMC Music Awards in March. Their most recent album The Famine & The Feast was also a #1 album on the ARIA Country Chart, when released in early 2015.
'61-615' sees the duo take a slightly new direction musically. There's no doubt this album will have broader appeal, while still pleasing their strong and established country music fan base.
The multi-award winning husband and wife duo O'Shea are one of Australia's most exciting musical exports. Based in Nashville for the last nine years, O'Shea have graced some of the world's most famed stages, from the Grand Ole Opry to the Sydney Opera House, since beginning their musical together journey together in 2007.
Mark and Jay come from different musical backgrounds. Mark's country rock roots provide an edgy contrast to Jay's soulful, powerful voice - making them a dynamic and unique combination of singer/songwriters.
The influences of their two homes are all over their latest record, appropriately titled 61-615 in homage to both Australia and Nashville. The resulting album is deeply personal, deeply felt and is the duo's most powerful release to date. It's one that will send listeners on a poignant journey, regardless of where they call home.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Music Genre Primary||Country|
- 1. Start Over
- 2. Dream Believe
- 3. The Trouble With You
- 4. Just Got Real (feat. Lloyd Spiegel)
- 5. Karaoke and Corona
- 6. I Will Not Give Up
- 7. Nowhere Fast
- 8. Once And For Always
- 9. Winning
- 10. Do It For Me
- 11. These Days
- 12. Playing To Win (feat. The Wolfe Brothers and Travis Collins)
- 13. Recover