Yet." More than 500 have already signed up including Kasey Chambers (pictured), Cold Chisel, Paul Kelly, Midnight Oil, Kate Miller-Heidke and The Wiggles and will contribute to the band's first single .
"All you have to do is join Every One Band and you'll receive an email with a link to backing tracks, sheet music and chord charts; simply record yourself singing or playing along and send the file back," project organisers say.
More information can be obtained from WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2018 Taranaki Festival success New Zealand's Taranaki Country Music Festival last month was deemed so successful, it will be held again next year, according to organisers.
Hundreds of people attended the three day event held at the Waitara Memorial Hall.
In making the announcement, organisers also announced the New Artist of the Year category would be renamed as the Rob Potts Tribute/CMC New Artist of Year in honour of the influential promoter and manager who passed away late last year in a motorbike accident in Tasmania.In the Grand Final Showdown, all section winners sang another song – different to what they performed during the day. "The 24 year old was extremely well presented and was a big favourite with the crowd," the spokesman said."Judges were equally impressed giving Louis the big prize...The Gospel section was won by Tracey Rowland from Parkville with Brooke Thompson from Tamworth in second place.Instrumental was won by Brayden Rowland of Parkville. Adult Female 17 years and over was won by Sharon Salter from Port Macquarie with Susan Tull second while Louis Burt (pictured) from Newcastle took out the Adult Male 17 years and over section with Bruce Watson from Largs second.