Content The Big Brekky w/Andy, Kate and Mark 24 February 2023
On Andy’s Big Brekky Show we have Laura Frank. This artist is a dynamic singer-songwriter from Queensland’s dreamlike scenic rim. Laura is undoubtedly a star on the rise. Her edgy blend of country rock earned her the People’s Choice Award for ‘Most Promising Future Star’ at the 2023 Tamworth Country Music Festival. To follow it up, today she’s unveiled her roaring new single, ‘Days Gone By’.
Content The Big Brekky w/Andy, Kate and Mark 23 February 2023
On Andy’s Big Brekky Show we have Billy from Billy & The Bandits. The Desert Road tells the story of road tripping through outback Australia and all the sights you might see along the way.
Content The Big Brekky w/Andy, Kate and Mark 22 February 2023
On Andy’s Big Brekky Show we have a song by Dave Cox. This is written and Inspired by Big Jim, a song for Rusty and the Radiators based on old school country/rockabilly, bringing out the retro feel of 50's music fusing with country rock. The new release is called “Honey Honey Don’t Cry.”
Content The Big Brekky w/Andy, Kate and Mark 10 March 2022
Following on from the success of his widely acclaimed and best-selling release ‘Town of a Million Dreams’, which positioned Casey Barnes as one of the most successful country artists in Australia, the Gold Coast based country music superstar officially returns with his most important album yet - Light It Up.
Content The Big Brekky w/Andy, Kate and Mark 22 February 2022
This little love story is dedicated to my girl. “Me and You” You know, we all have our ups and downs in life, I lost in love in recent years and I never thought I’d love again. Along came Kate, the beautiful girl on the hay bail on the single cover. She absolutely knocked me out my boots and showed me how to love again. With us it’s all about the simple things, not the material things, the glitz and glamor but the simple things in life that matter and that’s the message of the song.
Content The Big Brekky w/Andy, Kate and Mark 14 February 2022
The Brekky Show welcomes Henry & Ranahl. They have graced stages across the Kimberley. In 2019, then called the Henry Skeen Band, they performed at the West Australian Music Festival to an estimated crowd of 40,000 people. With a bevy of followers across the country the fans of Henry and Ranahl have fallen in love with their ability to light up a room with music to dance the night away. Latest single '4WD' tells the true story of the dangers of borrowing dad's car without asking!