NEW ALBUM FOR LEGENDARY FIDDLER

Multiple ‘Golden Guitar’ winner and ‘Lifetime Achievement’ recipient Pixie Jenkins is releasing his first solo album – in 25 years! He won back to back ‘Best Instrumental’ awards in 1993 and 1994 off two albums released in the previous years.  Then he started Pixeland Country Theatre, wrote and produced his own mutimedia theatre shows and created a legend.  Now he’s back with a brand new … Continue reading NEW ALBUM FOR LEGENDARY FIDDLER

Come Cruisin’ Country with me…

Come cruising with me on Cruisin’ Country 18. It coincides with school holidays so the whole family can come and see myself and their favourite country artists onboard Radiance of the Seas, leaving Sydney on 9th October from 7 nights. Call 1800 550 320, visit your local Cruiseco agent or visit www.cruising.com.au/music-cruises-2018 Continue reading Come Cruisin’ Country with me…

The Rise of Popular Culture – Depression to Delirium (Country music’s influence on music history)

Introduction The momentous changes in popular culture from 1945 can’t be written about until a little history of the previous 15 years is discussed. There were enormous political, social, economic and geographical upheavals in the world during the first decades of the 20th century. As a result, popular culture in post-war America simply exploded and it was breakthroughs in technology and music that lit the … Continue reading The Rise of Popular Culture – Depression to Delirium (Country music’s influence on music history)

An Ancient Argument

Aristotle v Plato / Rhetoric v Dialectic Introduction This essay will discuss one of the earliest fundamental communication theories from around 350BCE. The theory proposed by Aristotle called ‘Rhetoric’. It will also discuss the ‘Dialectic’ theory of communication as championed by Plato. These Two theories are counterparts in ‘The Art of Discourse’ (Ong 2005). This essay will also acknowledge the links modern communication theories have to … Continue reading An Ancient Argument