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- Me, Myself, and I
- How great is it that Lee won Aussie of the yr..
dunno who the other people going up for it even were.. Whooo Go our Lee..
gday everyone... this band is for fans of Lee Kernaghan, Steve Forde, Adam Brand and Tim McGraw...
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Steve Forde was born in the regional farming centre of Cowra in 1977.
His parents were battlers with a dream of one day rising from the dust and hard work they endured to owning their own property and sinking deep, long-lasting roots. It was to this end that young Steve spent most of his early childhood moving from town to town across NSW with his family. Where there was good work to be had, that's where the family would go. It was in these early years that simple life philosophies were deeply ingrained into this young man.
Discipline, hard work and the pursuit of ones dream were the life food served at the Forde's table.
Today Steve Forde is a farmer and landowner in his own right.
He is a singer, a songwriter and a serious touring country star. Although retired now, Steve was a successful bull rider and bareback bronc rider. What ever Steve sets out to do, he does it well and still today draws heavily on his family's ethos of: "Hard Work, Long Days, Hard Work, Hard Play".
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Born in the bush, Corryong Victoria, on the foothills of the Snowy Mountains high country is where Lee's life began. The son of a truck driver and later multi platinum recording artist Ray Kernaghan, Lee spent his formative years growing up in the Riverina country of Southern NSW. Lee's Grandfather was a third generation drover of sheep and cattle and his experiences on the road with his Pop ran deep, producing a string of hits that began with the release of his first album the ARIA award winning The Outback Club in 1992. His first number one country hit Boys from the Bush became an anthem, a celebration of a way of life that would change the face of Australian country music forever.
Lee Kernaghan has dominated the charts with successive hit albums including Three Chain Road, 1959, Hat Town and Electric Rodeo making him hit maker of the decade and creating a new musical landscape along the way. He has done to country music in Australia what Garth Brooks did in the USA. He blurred the line and took country music out of the box that it had existed in for decades. He added a spectacular live show and along the way has sold over one million albums, won 25 CMAA Awards, 3 ARIA Awards, 8 hit albums and now with the release of his 9th album Spirit Of The Bush, his stellar career continues.
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