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Keith JamiesonG'day Folks

Well we are rollin’ along again the year nearly half gone unreal, we got through cyclone Marcia ok cat three 175 k winds lots of other people had bad damage but we had a lot of trees down and Caitlyns cubby got wrecked and thrown at the house, we have just finished Bouldy Bush Ballad bash
And it was a huge success a top crowd came lots of vans for bouldy and lots of people from surrounding areas, thank you to all the Artists and all our helpers , Alan and Marilyn,Dave and Val Ron and Lyn, John and Betty ,Graham, Dennis, Thank you to the Bouldy School P&C ladies with Kay Finger leading the way also the Gracemere Lions Club and The Bouldercombe Progress Association,
All the catering over the weekend was in support of all those clubs , thanks to a full house for supporting the kids at the Bouldy school once again on Friday night with the takings going to the P&C for the School. Thanks to Bev for a great dance Thursday night well supported .
We will have the shed extended by next year so should be great and thanks to the Progress Association for allowing us to have the bash on their grounds, not long now until Yellowbelly Country Music Festival at St George showgrounds with lots of great artists please check ad in this Bulletin
We will have a dance with Bev on the Thursday night, great camp oven tucker with Laurie,
A shearing display, tours, river cruises and much more from the 13th until the 19th July 2015-05-17
Entry is from Sunday the 12th July first in best dressed for power, but they have cheaper unpowered sites as well all tickets at the gate for the Saturday and Sunday shows walk-ups free all week, when in St George please keep all your shopper dockets to win a prize
Run by Alan and Marilyn Luscombe. ,we hope to see you all there also The Gidgee Coal awards are on in Pittsworth from the 16 until the 22 nd November 2015 at Pittsworth with Ros Scotney helping us greatly camping at the showgrounds walk-ups all week til Friday, and Concerts and awards Saturday and Sunday, thank you to all the people that support our shows you are all wonderful,
The main two ladies that are in the background are my partner Alisha and our daughter Caitlyn without them none of this would happen, Alisha puts a lot of work in behind the scenes thanks mate,Thank you to all the walk up people who travel many miles and provide entertainment all week for the people free and the support our main shows, the walk-ups are for everyone and allow a stage for people who want to have a go , you can use your book at all our festivals and sing good country up till Friday and there are no prizes, and then we have the main concerts thank you all.
Thanks to all ABC people who play all our music and support our shows and Community radio as well,
To all the print media and word of mouth thank you all,
We are doing a tour down south with Jeff Brown at the end of June /July Memories Tour starting
At Pittsworth 26June, Narrabri 27 june, Coonabarabran 28th june, Yass 30th June, Rendelsham 2nd July,
Nuriootpa 3rd July, Hindmarsh Valley hall 4th July, Edenhope 5th July, Murray ville 6th July, Darlington Point 7th July, 8th /9th July TBC Ilford 10th July Lightning Ridge 11th July 11 Th July, St George fro m the 13th until the 19th July.

See you all around the ridges somwhere. And travel safe. Thanks to ABBA for all their help.

Yours With and Aussie song.
Keith jamieson/Alisha Smith and Caitlyn jane Jamieson

Gidgee Coal Bush Ballad AWARDS >>> Keith Jamieson

Finalists For Awards 2013 ANNOUNCED!
Awards held November 16/17th 2013 at the Pittsworth Town Hall Queensland.

Female Vocal.
Dianne Lindsay Leave Him in The Longyard
Bec Hance Albert Campbell
Patti Morgan The Old Cattle Dog

Male Vocal.
John O’Dea If Only I Was Young
Jeff Brown I love Australia
Rex Baldwin As Leichhardt Saw It Then

Ernie Constance The Songs I Wrote For Slim.
Jeff Brown Hard To let Go
Dianne Lindsay All Things Country

John O’Dea Next To Slim
Shirrelle Jackman/Dean Perrett . Brumby
Ernie Constance I Worship the Water He Walked On

Ray Pratley Cow Waddle
Johnny Kaye Pickin Country
Terry Bennetts/ Ginger Cox Medley

Comedy/ Novelty.
Pete Smith Sunday Calling
Bec Hance The Good Song
Trevor Day Lady Luck.

Ron Milliner/ Sharon Benjamin Spirit Of The Bush
Dianne Lindsay/Anne Kirkpatrick Akubras in the Snow.
Terry Bennetts/Ginger Cox/Evan Platschinda Band Of mates

New Talent
Rex Baldwin Champions
Kate Hindle Beautiful Circle
Ged Hintz Playing Good old Country Music

Camping contact: JOHN AND MARGAR
ET STAUNTON 0427 091 644 SHOW INFO: 0427 731 088 - WALKUP INFO: 0429 130 613 ROS SCOTNEY: 0427 578 264

< Caitlyn Jane Jamieson at Widgee Muster 2009 with the new shirt on her mum made.








WINNERS - 2012 GIDGEE COAL AWARDS Finalists & Winners

Marked with *

Trudy Hintz - My Heart Is Where The Roper Flows Tonight
Dianne Lindsay - Gentleman Joe
Sharon Heaslip - Blacksoil Plains Of The Outback *

Tom McIvor - You Buggered Our Land
Graham Rodger - I Am *
Pete Smith - Dads Big Louiville

Graham Rodger - Stronger For It All
Tom McIvor - Son Of The Southern Cross
Peter Coad - Old Bush Mates *

Merv Maltman - The Devils Bull
Dianne Lindsay/Peter Simpson Gentleman Joe
Tom McIvor We Make Things To Last In The Bush *

The Coad Sisters - Anzac's Song
Ginger Cox - Rusty It’s Goodbye
Lawrie Minson/Lindsay Waddington - The Warrumbungle Mare *

Peter Coad - The Kid On The Kangaroo
Tom McIvor - Piddle In The Middle. *
Terry Gordon - Dr Days Green Pills

Graham Rodger/Allan Caswell - Darling Downs
Ged & Trudy Hintz - I’ll Be Home Soon *
Terry Gordon/Jamie Davis - A Few Old Country Boys

Maggie Stokes - Behind The Boundary Gate
Ginger Cox - Rusty It’s Goodbye *
Jay Podger - Happy Jacks Hotel

Living Legend : Jim Strofield
Encouragement award: Maggie Stokes.

(Award winners were announced at Pittsworth Town Hall, Pittsworth QLD 17th /18th November)
Country Music From the Heart Tour
Keith Jamieson/Alisha Smith, Caitlyn Jane , Terry and Jenny Bennetts
We have just completed our tour with Terry and Jenny Bennetts,starting at Nhill in Victoria then Murrayville,Moonta, Jamestown,Port Pirie, Hindmarsh Valley, Millicent, Narrawong,Warrnambool, Moe, Bairnsdale,Orbost, Cooma, Goulburn, Hexam, Wauchope, Kyogle, Gatton, Maryborough, Rockhampton, Capella, Mackay, Proserpine, Home Hill, Charters Towers then to the Homestead Caravan Park at Barcaldine for Two weeks,Terry and Jenny had to leave after one week to take in the long journey back home via Katherine back to Perth, We had a great Tour with them lots of great shows taking in four states, some cold weather and rain and some warm weather .We wish Terry and Jenny well with their future Touring and Recording.

We would like to thank all the people that helped arrange our shows with posters etc and who looked after us, you know who you are, thanks to all Abc and Community Radio for supporting our shows and Print Media Thanks to Alisha for helping me organise the shows which takes a lot of work and time and phone calls, thank You to Bec Hance and Daly Stephenson,and to the two lovely young Singers from Clermont and to Ben and Thahn from the Homestead Caravan Park Barcaldine Qld a great place to play and stay and Pet Friendly,it is great to see so many Caravans on the Road taking in the Beauty of Australia .
Thanks to Harold Williams for doing a few songs with us at Home Hill ,But most of all, Thanks to the people that came to our Shows, and our little girl Caitlyn Jane for singing and not missing one show even when she was sick.
Thanks to Gail and Lindsay Hammond and Les Williams and Ron on Bass, for helping our Show at Bairnsdale, Sharon Smith at Gatton,and Sharon Heaslip at Mackay , Chainsaw at Wauchope and The Currawong Ernie Constance at Cooma, You all made our Shows.

Don't forget the Gidgee Coal Awards Pittsworth Town Hall in November see ad in Bulletin.
Thank you to the Bulletin Staff for their help.
Have a great Christmas , see you all in Tamworth.

Yours With An Aussie Song
Keith Jamieson/Alisha Smith and Caitlyn Jane


Terry , Jenny Keith and Alisha and Caitlyn Jane - Pt Pirie SA Terry, Alisha, Keith and Jenny at Pt Pirie SA

Dinki Di Country Tour 2007- November

We have just finished our around Australia tour with Reg and Dot Poole and Graeme and Debbie Snow, we had a great tour except for doing a gearbox at Casino but with the help of the NRMA and The RACQ it pays to belong, we had the ute sent to Toowoomba, where a mate of ours Stan Bennett pulled the box out with a bit of help from me and Andrew who owns the workshop located a gearbox for me in Brisbane and the rest is history we got rolling again.

>> Keith, Alisha & Reg
at Port Pirie
So if you are ever stuck and need a hand call on Andrew, Stan and the crew at Toowoomba Engine Centre. and thanks to Stan and Carrol Bennet for their hospitality from myself, Alisha and (Caitlyn who ransacked their house and fed the chooks.)
<< Caitlyn at
 Port Pirie
Reg and Dot at Port Pirie

We we're honoured to have Reg with us as he added heaps to our shows and were all on the same wavelength and was great to travel with, Dot and Debbie were very efficient on the door and Graeme was a great help looking after Caitlyn as she wanted to be with Mum and Dad on stage some times.
To all the people that looked after us, the ones that supported our shows the radio stations and media on behalf of Reg and Dot, Graeme and Debbie, Alisha, Caitlyn and Myself we thank you sincerely and to the roadhouses that Ripped us off, next time I will be bringing a fuel tanker with me.
We finished or tour at Widgee Balladeers muster to a Great crowd and lots of caravans thanks to Lex K and the Committee and Tappin Teddy Thompson for your tappin’ Mate.
<< Farewell at end of Tour:
L-R: Graeme, Reg, Debbie, Keith, Caitlyn, Dot, & Alisha.

Keith and Caitlyn Mimbi Caves near Fitzroy Crossing WA.

Thanks to all at the Bulletin for their coverage of our tour, if you get a chance to tour make sure you have a look at our Beautiful Country first and we hope to see you all again soon, have a great Christmas and we will see you at Tamworth or Bungendore or at a show near you.
Yours With An Aussie Song
Keith Jamieson, Alisha Smith, Caitlyn Jane, Reg and Dot Poole

What a great trip we are having around Australia again. This is our third lap and still enjoying it more and more, we have a beautiful country.
Reg Poole and his lovely wife Dot are travelling with us and loving it. This is their first tour up in the Territory and the Kimberley and will be their first time across Nullabor.
We have had some great shows since starting at Casino which we started on a sad note with the passing of Shorty Ranger. Alisha, Caitlyn and I attended Shorty’s Funeral at Kempsey.
Our Shows have taken in Clubs, Caravan Parks, Aboriginal Communities and Hotels with great distances between some shows and we have met a lot of nice people.

We have only been knocked back from playing at one Caravan Park which was the Fitzroy River Lodge Caravan Park at Fitzroy Crossing, due to some noise freak the night before we got there or so they say. Our new CD "Our Bush Ballad Family" is going well as is Reg Poole’s CD's.
<< Keith and Alisha
Reg was surprised at the amount of Aboriginal People that know and love his music from The Desert Shows to Broome. You meet a lot of different people from all walks of life while you are travelling and you break in more new people to Bush Ballad Music. ( Reg Poole >>>>)
I released my new song Barn Hill Station at Barn Hill to a great response.
Reg has been doing well with his new tribute song to Slim Dusty written by Barney O'Donnell from WA and the Bull song written by Trevor Day and Chainsaw by Tom McIvor.
<<< Bush Clothes Line _ Reg Poole)
Alisha has been playing a lot of her new Instrumentals from "Our Bush Ballad Family".
Soon we will be heading into to SA, to Narrawong and Warrnambool Vic., across to Tassy to do seven shows and on our way back up through the Gippsland from Yallourn bowls to Bairnsdale RSL. Then Goulburn Railway Bowls and Eagles Nest Christian Centre at Yass then up to Hexham Bowls, Wauchope RSL, Powerhouse Motel Kempsey, Redcliffe Country Music Club other venues in October to be confirmed and finishing our tour on 28th October at Widgee Balladeers Muster.
(>> Alisha and Ringer Sam)

We have had Graham and Debbie Snow with us on the tour who have been a great help and we would all like to thank them. They had their huge motor home and four wheel drive in tow and got to have a look at a piece of Australia they hadn't seen before.

On behalf of all of us, a big thankyou to everyone around Australia who helped with the tour, all the venues, radio presenters and to everyone for their wonderful hospitality.
(<< Caitlyn and Alisha Cable Beach - Broome)
Hope to catch up with you all around the ridges somewhere,
Yours with an Aussie Song,
Keith Jamieson, Reg Poole and Alisha Smith
Keith Jamieson

Keith Jamieson and Alisha Smith
released their new album at their Pittsworth show on 1st July coinciding with their around Australia tour. The album is dedicated to all of the bush ballad fans around Australia and is titled "Our Bush Ballad Family". It features eight bush ballads from Keith and seven instrumentals by Alisha, one of which she recorded as a guitar duet with the legendary Charley Boyter. The album was produced by Lindsay Waddington at Krosskut Records and features some of the best musicians in the industry.
Keith Jamieson




Here she is the little Guitar Pickin Chick born to proud parents Alisha Smith and Keith Jamieson on the 16/02/06 at Rockhampton Qld at 4.25 am weight 7lbs.7oz.
Mum and baby doing well.

Thanks to all the wonderful people for your support right around Australia.

Alisha , Keith and Caitlyn Jane

Pt. 2. Around Australia Tour 2005
We had a great tour. We were on the road for about 7 months of the year, first with Jeff Brown and Sharon Smith and then later in the year we went around Australia again with Rick & Cathy.  We spoke about some of our tour earlier on the site,  at the time we were about halfway through the tour and in WA.  After we left there we headed out across the Nullabor to perform several shows in SA at Lock, Pt Pirie, Wilmington, Nuriootpa, Moonta and Hindmarsh Valley.  We had some great support from the SA people and really enjoyed performing over there.  We then called in at the Mildura festival for a few days and caught up with some of our mates who were performing at the festival.  We did a guest spot on Warren Mahoney's show at Apex Park which is a great venue for bush ballads.

From there we performed at Robinvale where Wave Jackson was a special guest artist on his way home from Mildura.  We then did a show at Narrawong in Victoria and left our caravans with Alby and Joan Martin at Koroit before heading over to Tassie on the Spirit of Tasmania for two weeks.  We had a great time in Tassie once again with some great hospitality from Pam & Brian Lewis and Gaylene and Maurie Faulkner.  We had 7 good shows in Tassie with great support from the people at Lindisfarne, Huonville, Bruny Island, Tam O'Shanter, Launceston, Ulverstone and Deloraine.

After Tassie we headed back to Koroit via the Great Ocean Road to pick up the vans and perform at Warrnambool, which was organised for us by our friends Ron & Jan Morgan.  We then showed at Traralgon, then onto Bairnsdale Country Music Club where we had a great crowd and our special guest artists were Lindsay & Gail Hammond and Les Willams.  Then we were on the home run, as we started to make our way north, performing at Wagga Wagga, Yass, Canberra and Goulburn.  We had a few days off so we called in and stayed a couple of nights with Ted & Merelyn Olive at Maitland while Rick & Cathy spent some time on the coast at Woy Woy. 

Then we headed up the coast to perform at Wauchope with Ken "Chainsaw" Lindsay as our guest artist.  We were very privileged to have the legendary Shorty Ranger and his fiddle player Darrell Turnbull and young balladeer Amos Morris on our show at the Powerhouse Motel at Kempsey which was organised by Bob Campaign & Jillian.  It's a great little venue if any other balladeers are looking to perform in Kempsey. We had a great show once again in Kyogle the following night, thanks to Lyn Manning.  Matt Manning and Jeff Gibson performed on the show as well as "Tappin' Teddy Thompson".  We got to catch up with Jim Laffin & Marion Dargusch, also Frank & Kath Early who travelled down to Kyogle for the show.  We then travelled up to Wynnum in Brisbane where Julie Perandes was our guest artist for the afternoon, it's great to see Julie still performing bush ballads and thanks to Jean for organising the show. 

Alisha Smith, Shorty Ranger, Darrell Turnball, Keith Jamieson and Cathy Deite.

Our last show for the tour was at Pittsworth near Toowoomba where we had a huge supportive crowd of about 250 people.  Jeff Brown, Sharon Smith & Ted Thompson all performed and the show was compered by a legend of radio and rodeo Mr Ted Hintz.  Thanks to Marion once again for looking after the door for us.  It was a great feeling to be finished the tour and on our way home again after four and a half months straight on the road and 28000 km's.  Thanks to everyone who supported the shows and helped organise the shows, a few people we haven't mentioned are Alan & Natalie Cunningham, Laurel & Niffy Robinson, Natalie & Barney Pearce, Merv Schapell, Glyn & Rosemary Squires, Lois Holland, Bill McIntyre, Molly Leary, David Shaw, Ray Bean, Nancy & Allan Evans, Peter & Meroli Wicks, John Goode, Wayne Brennan, Brian Annetts, Joy & Max Lewis, and big thankyou to Ros Scotney, Stan & Carol.  Also Chris Jensen, Dennis O'hara, Wayne Shearman, all the crew at 4DDB and many other community radio presenters and ABC early morning presenters around Australia.  Thanks to all involved with the ABBA for their support over the past year.

PT. 1. Around Australia Tour 2005.  We started our tour on the 24th June at Chinchilla QLD and continued on to Warwick, then Tent Hill Hotel where we had a great show and launched Keith's new album, "Songs From a Bush Ballad Pen" and his autobiography "Life's Highway".  "Songs From a Bush Ballad Pen" is an album of Joe Daly's poems which Keith put tunes to and features the last recorded lead guitar of the late Paul Lester.   We also launched Rick & Cathy's brilliant new album "Through Our Eyes", which was recorded at Regency Sound by Marc Lea.

From there we headed up the QLD coast playing at Maryborough, Bundaberg, Rockhampton and Mackay to some very appreciative audiences.  Then it was out west to Capella and Blackall, where we caught up with Bill Coleman, then Isisford where we stayed with Kevie and Dolly Woodlands, Winton, Mt Isa, then onto the Barkly Homestead where we played for a couple of nights.  We did a couple of shows in Katherine at the Katherine Country Club and Crossways Hotel and spent a bit of time with some of the committee of the Katherine Country Music Muster.  In Katherine we met up with John and Margaret Staunton from Millmerran who are travelling around Australia for 12 months.  John does a lot of the cooking for the Camp Oven Festival at Millmerran.  They travelled with us right across the Kimberley and down to Eighty Mile Beach.  We really appreciated their help at the shows where they did the door and looked after our CD's, they are great people and we'll miss them (and John's good cooking)  for the rest of our trip. Pic above: L-R: Margaret Staunton, Keith, Alisha, Rick & Cathy and John Staunton at Barn Hill Station WA

We then went across to Timber Creek where we had a great show and then to Wyndham where we played with Bruce Johnson and his boys at the hotel.  Bruce is a great lead guitarist who plays in the style of Barry Thornton.  From there we played at Warmun Community, then stopped for a night at the Mary Pool rest area between Halls Creek and Fitzroy Crossing where we decided to do a show using 2 generators to power the equipment. It was a beautiful setting right on the banks of the river under some beautiful big old gum trees.  We met some lovely people there who we kept running into right down to Eighty Mile Beach. We stayed a few nights at Fitzroy Crossing where we played at the Fitzroy River Lodge and also the caravan park.   We also performed at a few aboriginal communities around Fitzroy - Bayulu, Wantkatjunka, Noonkanbah and Yakanarra with the help of  Martin Smiler and family, also Ronnie and Andrew.  Andrew took us on a tour of Mimbi Caves (between Halls Creek and Fitzroy Crossing) which are absolutely beautiful. Pic Above Right: Rick, Cathy,Alisha, & Keith at Mary Pool Rest Area WA

We spent a week at Derby playing for the tourists at the Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park where Ian and Julie looked after us, then went onto the Broome Caravan Park and played there for four nights, thanks to Graham and Donna.  We caught up with our great mates Ginger and Marie Cox in Broome who were great friends of Barry Thornton.  Ginger is a great lead guitarist as well and plays in the same style as Barry.  He took us up to play at the Beagle Bay Community, north of Broome where we met some lovely people and got to see a beautiful old church which was built in 1917 and has all pearl shells inlaid into the walls and floor.

 From Broome we travelled about 130kms south to Barn Hill station, which has a caravan park which overlooks the ocean with beautiful cliff faces.  It's a beautiful spot and a lot of tourists from down south go up there for  a few months of the year to escape the cold weather.  We played there for 2 nights and had a great time, Keith loved it so much that he is writing a song about the place.  We spent a couple of nights playing at Eighty Mile Beach and then had to say goodbye to the Stauntons as we headed south through Port Hedland, playing at Carnarvon and Geraldton then down to Perth, where we played at Balga with the help of Ken Lindley.  We had a great show at the South Coast Country Music Club at Albany, which was organised by Dulcie & Trevor and all the crew. 
We also had the pleasure of catching up with Rick Carey at our Albany show where Keith sang a song he had just finished writing about him and his days as "Cousin Ratsack".  After that we performed at Narrogin, York and Northam with the help of some great people - Sandra O'Neill and Ken and Pauline Tillbrook.  We are now still in York for a few days and spending a bit of time with Ken & Pauline.
Pic Left: L-R: Keith Jamieson, Rick Carey,and Alisha Smith.

We will start heading east across the Nullabor and into SA where we will be performing at several venues for a couple of weeks including Lock, Wilmington, Pt Pirie, Nuriootpa and Victor Harbour, then to the Mildura Festival and down to the bottom of Victoria to Narrawong.  Then it's over to Tassie on the boat for two weeks where we will do six shows.  We are looking forward to that as we enjoyed our trip over there in February and Rick & Cathy haven't been there before. After Tassie we will perform at Warrnambool, Traralgon and Bairnsdale, then start heading north up through Wagga Wagga, Yass, Canberra and Goulburn then over to the coast where we will work our way up through Wauchope, Kempsey, Kyogle and Wynnum.  The tour will culminate in a big concert at Pittsworth Town Hall with special guests Jeff Brown and Sharon Smith, which will be compered by Ted Hintz, radio announcer from the early Hoedown days on 2TM.  This show is being organised by our good mate Ros Scotney and will be on Sunday afternoon 6th November.
Pic Right : L-R: Cathy, Rick Carey & Rick

 We would like to thank everyone who helped us organise our tour and supported the shows right around Australia, there are too many people to mention you all but we do appreciate all of your help.  We look forward to catching up with you all at the Frog and Toad in Tamworth 2006.

Yours With an Aussie Song,

Keith Jamieson, Alisha Smith, Rick & Cathy
Keith Jamieson

>> This is a photo of my great niece Lilly Crouch at our show at Wynum Hall WA with Alisha.
She has my hat on. This was taken on our round Australia tour in 2004. A real cutie!


Born in Goondiwindi, Keith Jamieson has spent most of his life in the bush, which is where he gets most of his inspiration for songwriting. Keith leans towards the bush ballad style of writing and recording, following in the footsteps of our pioneers such as Stan Coster, Slim Dusty, Tony Brooks, Tom Oliver and Joe Daly.
Keith has written some classic songs over the years, some of which have been recorded by Slim Dusty, Jeff Brown, Sharon Heaslip, Nathan Charlton, Charmaine Pout, Dave Reynolds, Noel Smith and Bev Branson. One of his most successful songwriting efforts being The Ghost of Three Rivers, which was a huge hit for Jeff Brown and has won awards such as TSA Bush Ballad of the Year 2003 and the Tasmania and New Zealand Songwriting Award Recorded Section 2002. It also made the finals of Mildura 2002, Bungendore 2003 and the 2003 Golden Guitar Awards.
Recording Artist
Keith's album Troy's Memory, was produced by Lindsay Butler at LBS Studios and has received widespread airplay. The first single One Tree Plain, which was written by Tony McKenna raced up the Australian Country Charts to number six and earned him a finalist spot in the 2003 TIARA Awards. The latest recording by Keith is a tribute to Barry Thornton and his sidekick Mulga Dan, which he wrote before Bazza passed away and had intended to record with Barry but sadly that wasn't to be. "The Ballad of Mulga Dan" has recently won the Open Section of the Tasmania & New Zealand Songwriting Awards 2003 and is receiving a lot of airplay right around Australia. Keith also came third in the Recorded section of these awards with "Tex, Buddy & Slim".
Keith has three albums available: The Year 2000 Australian Bushman, Troy's Memory, Bush Ballads Forever also the EP The Ballad Of Mulga Dan. He also has a single available called The Roma Oil Rig Man.
Future Plans
Keith hopes to continue writing and recording bush ballads for many years to come and also encourages people young or old to carry on the bush ballad tradition.

Photo right:
  2005 TIARA Bush Ballad award

 inducted into the Hands of Fame.

(Photo Left)



1.Contact Dust Off,
2. Dust And Diesel,
3. Drover’s Garden,
4. Norstock Rodeo,
5. Looking Back,
6. My Australia,
7. Gidgee Blossom,
8. Merbien Rodeo,
9. Who Is Clancy,
10. My First Rodeo,
11. The Old Journal,
12. My Cleanskin Brand.

4 FINALISTS from this album
in the 2013 Bungendore
Stan Coster Memorial Awards!

CD $27.00 posted.


1 MR WINTERWINDS Keith Jamieson, (Keith Jamieson) 2 BUSHMANS PRAYER Alisha Smith, (Brian K Kelly) 3 FOOTSTEPS COMING HOME Keith Jamieson,Buddy Weston) 4 COONAWARRA CALLING Alisha Smith & Terry Bennetts, Terry Bennetts) 5 A FAIR GO AND PROMISES Keith Jamieson, (Alisha Smith) 6 THE WILLY WAG TAIL HOP Alisha Smith & Ian Simpson, Alisha Smith) 7 TRUCKIES OF AUSTRALIA Keith Jamieson, (Keith Jamieson) 8 HILLBILLY STICK Alisha Smith, (Col Black) 9 THE SILVERHAIRED GENTLEMAN Keith Jamieson, (Keith Jamieson)  10 BUCKS POLKA Alisha Smith, (Buck Owens) 11 THAT'S A SAD AFFAIR Keith Jamieson & Caitlyn Jane, (Stewart) 12 BELLBIRD WALTZ Alisha Smith, (Terry Bennetts) 13 YOU'VE GOT THE CLEANEST MIND Keith Jamieson & Jenny Bennetts, (McCoy/Groom/Allan) 14 SUNNY GUITAR Alisha Smith, (Col Black) 15 WHERE IS ELSEWHERE Keith Jamieson, (Keith Jamieson) 16 MATESHIP Terry Bennetts & Keith Jamieson, (Terry Bennetts/Keith Jamieson) 17 TRUE BUSH BALLAD STYLE Keith Jamieson, (Keith Jamieson)
Available $27 posted - from 
Keith Jamieson, 52586 Burnett Hwy Bouldercombe 4702 Qld.
Keith Jamieson

Keith Jamieson & Alisha Smith  

1. Our Bush Ballad Family (Keith Jamieson), 2. Days Of Old Keeroongooloo ( Wally Brummell/), 3. Barn Hill Station ( Keith Jamieson), 4. Freedom Road ( A.E. Brooks), 5. Augathella Fella (Wave Jackson), 6. Going Back To Blackall (Wally Brummell), 7. True Blue Australian Christmas ( Keith Jamieson), 8. Old Pete's Yellowbelly (Keith Jamieson) 9. Caitlyn Jane (Alisha Smith), 10. Lorna's Waltz (Alisha Smith), 11. My Grandfather's Clock ( B. Welch, H. Marvin/B.Bennette, J. Rostill) 12. Music Box Dancer ( Frank Mills), 13. Namatjira (Monologue by Keith Jamieson), 14. Sunnyside Sunset (Alisha Smith), 15. Tanami Track - featuring Charlie Boyter (Charley Boyter/Alisha Smith)

Available $27 posted

"25 Years On The Road Of Song"

Available from  Keith Jamieson, 52586 Burnett Hwy Bouldercombe 4702 Qld.
E-mail; Keith Jamieson

Songs From A Bush Ballad Pen
"With Paul Lester in Full Flight"

(the last recorded guitar tracks of the late Paul Lester)

1. Monologue 2. My Brother Ron and I.  3. Twenty Million Bulldog Ants 4. A Lone Horseman 5. Your Come In Handy  6. I proudly stand  7. Bugger Bugger Land  8.  Loudmouth  9. A Bushman And Balladeer 10. Poor Old Buggers 11. I Sobered Up Quick  12. Unwritten Law 13. The Cooper Basin 14. This Little Badge
All Lyrics by Joe Daly  - Music by Keith Jamieson
Cd $25 each plus $2 postage.

A Picture of Australia
1. A Picture of Australia ( Keith Jamieson) 2. I Did it My Way ( Keith Jamieson) 3. The Blue Gum Tree Ball ( Keith Jamieson) 4. The Gibson Express ( Alisha Smith- instrumental) 5. May We Never Forget ( Keith Jamieson) 6. Carve a Cross For Me on a Bottle Tree ( Wave Jackson) 7. Ghosts of the Golden Mile (Slim Dusty / Joy McKean ) 8. Warrigal Creek ( Alisha Smith/ Keith Jamieson - instrumental by Alisha Smith) 9. I'm Goin Back To the Barcoo ( Keith Jamieson) 10. Bush Ballads Forever ( Bob and Cecilia Kane/Keith Jamieson) 11. The Early Morning Country Show ( Keith Jamieson) 12. Blackwater Junction ( Alisha Smith/Keith Jamieson - instrumental by Alisha Smith)
13. Browny
( Keith Jamieson) 14. My People ( Stan Coster) 15. Good Morning Australia (Keith Jamieson)

Cd $25 each plus $2 postage.

Winner of... ACRA Australian Bush Ballad Album of the Year 2004!! Winner of... TIARA Award for Bush Ballad 2005!!

Top Five Finalist - in Bush Ballad Section of Golden Guitar Awards 2005! Finalist in 2005 Bungendore - Bush Ballad Album Of The Year! Keith Jamieson - Finalist - 2005 Bungendore Songwriter Of The Year!


1. The Ballad of Mulga Dan ( Keith Jamieson) 4.12
2. Heaven's Highway One (Keith Jamieson)
3. B.M.A. We're all one Team (Keith Jamieson)
4. He's the King of Australian Country Music (Keith Jamieson)

EP - $12 posted



1. Solar Powered Ringer ( K. Jamieson) - 2. Howard (K. Jamieson) - 3. Bush Ballad Rock (K. Jamieson) - 4. One Tree Plain (T McKenna) - 5. Old Time Ringer ( K. Jamieson) - 6. Alec Smith ( Pick Up Man) (K. Jamieson) - 7. I Leave You A Song (J. Daley/K. Jamieson) - 8. The Roma Oil Rig Man (K. Jamieson) - 9. H
e's A Bushman ( K. Jamieson) - 10. Len Cant the Drover (K. Jamieson) - 11. Overnighter (K. Jamieson) - 12. Troy's Memory ( K. Jamieson)

Cd $25 each plus $2 postage.

1. The Year 2000 Australian Bushman (K.Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 2. Dreamtime Country (K.Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 3. Treasured Memories (K. Jamieson /Sundown Music) - 4. Let's all Buy Australian (K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 5. Coal Minin' Man (K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 6. Modern Day Henry Lawson (K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 7. Earth Movin' man (K. Jamieson. B. Brown/Control) - 8. The Beer with No Pub ( K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 9. South Blackwater Mine (K. Jamieson-SBCL/Control) - 10. Gordonstone (K. Jamieson-ARCO/ Control) - 11. Country Clowns (J. Strofield/Control) - 12. Drought of the 90's (K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 13. Winton's Outback festival ( K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 14. Road Train Drover ( K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 15. Kingston Town (K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 16. Noccundra Pub (K. Jamieson/Sundown Music) - 17. The Shire of Duringa (K. Jamieson-D.S.C./ Control) - 18. Aussie Christmas (K. Jamieson/Sundown Music)

The Roma Oil Rig Man

Single - $7 posted
Write to; Keith Jamieson, 1 Conachan Street, Blackwater Qld 4717



Keith Jamieson, 52586 Burnett Hwy Bouldercombe 4702 Qld.
Keith Jamieson