The finishing touches are right now getting put on Michelle's fourth studio album. These tracks display a great variety of Michelle's wide vocal range and style as well as the fine musicianship and production coming from the Kross Kut Records studio. There's a few surprises as well as some co-writing. Keep posted as the next single release is not far off.....
The new duet "Couldn't Live Without You" from Tyson Colman and Michelle Walker has been named a semi-finalist in the Tamworth Songwriter Salute Awards in the Alt/Blues/Bluegrass section. The Tamworth Songwriters Association will be holding their awards night in Tamworth on Tuesday the 23rd of January at the Longyard Hotel. Tickets are available through oztik. Good luck to all semi-finalists and eventual finalists.
This track is available on iTunes and will be coming out soon on Tyson's album "Breaking Free".
Michelle has received a Terry Smith Achiever award alongside fellow country music artist Donnie Soper and Kross Kut Records producer/artist Lindsay Waddington at the Gloucester and District Country Music Awards. These awards are given in recognition to contributions to the country music industry and are in honour of the belated Terry Smith who was himself known as a great contributor to country music and was very supportive of upcoming artists. Michelle would like to thank all involved in organising and running a great festival!
Have you ever loved someone so much that they’ve driven you completely crazy? COULDN’T LIVE WITHOUT YOU, a collaboration of voice and song between TYSON COLMAN and MICHELLE WALKER, light-heartedly captures the differences that have been known to exist between couples throughout the ages. Richly flavoured with bluegrass, this track showcases the calibre of production coming from LINDSAY WADDINGTON’s studio, KROSS KUT RECORDS. This is the first release from Tyson’s album, BREAKING FREE (coming soon) and will also feature on Michelle’s forthcoming album.
WATCH MICHELLE'S LATESET VIDEO HERE!!
Michelle’s voice and music would be what I would call Pure Country