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Coasting : Issue 5 Nov 2009
7 www.coastingtoday.com.au c tment XXcellence in Gifts & Homewares LEADING BRANDS: Sheridan, S & P, Swiss Diamond, Dunlopillo, Tontine. Candles , Cards, Clocks & Towels Sheet Sets, Quilt Covers & Cushions Blankets, Throws, Quilts & Pillows Cutlery, Cookware & Chopping Boards Upstairs TEST Quality Pillows!!!!!! Gifts for all occasions 1/54 York St. EAST GOSFORD p. 4326 1218 f. 4326 1273 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL STOCK TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS (OFFER ENDS NOVEMBER 30) c8638569-5Nov 4 Ash Street,Terrigal Phone: 4385 4222 www.letterboxrest.com.au Make this year s Christmas Party a sheer indulgence, book now for your Christmas function. Enquire about our holiday accommodation Open Monday to Saturday evenings Bookings taken for lunch for 20 or more Fully licenced c8627822-5Nov members can now earn points. Soaking it up Lianna's debut album Soak Up The World has earned some rave reviews. Country music aficionados have described her as "a world class act" and "cute and confident but not cheesy". But when author and music writer Jeff Jenkins wrote of Soak Up The World: "This is probably the best debut album by an Australian female country artist since Kasey Chambers' The Captain a decade ago," Lianna was staggered. "I was blown away," she said. "Kasey is obviously someone that I've held in such high regard musically and personally. To have her name mentioned alongside my name in a review was an absolute thrill." The album is a showcase of Lianna's writing skills, catchy melodies, and cheeky sense of humour. It takes listeners on a lively ride through stories of love, laughs and life, and it features enough gear changes through country, roots and rock to win a mainstream audience. Lianna is a livewire performer whose energy is particularly well suited to the rollicking fun of Jack (New Strings) - which was featured in the recent Paul Hogan movie Charlie and Boots -- and the laugh-out-loud I Want My Tractor Back. But when she takes off the jester's hat she goes deep with Angels, Careful and I Still Cry. Last month Lianna received the 2009 Golden Saddle Award for independent country musicians. The prize included $5000 cash and a gig at the Red Desert Live festival in Broken Hill. While in transit to Broken Hill, Lianna received a phone call advising that she had also won the Rising Female Award for her single Angels at the Australian Independent Country Music Awards (known as The Southern Stars). Writing songs and becoming a successful recording artist has been a lifelong dream, she said. "And now it's just all starting to fall into place." Lianna has signed with Mushroom Music Publishing and a second album is due next year. Go to www.liannarose.net or www.myspace.com/liannarosemusic for more. INTO PLACE: Two awards and growing chart success have Lianna riding high. Picture by Aaron Brown.
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