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Lee Kernaghan is back doing what he does best: celebrating the spirit of regional Australia. His new album, Spirit Of The Bush, is a testament to his passion and dedication the Australian bush and the people who live and breath it.
Featuring seven new recordings among old favourites, Spirit of the Bush includes Lee's new version of John Schumann's legendary track, 'I Was Only 19 (A Day In The Green)' and Peter Allen's iconic 'Tenterfield Saddler'. The inspiring title track, 'Spirit Of The Bush', was recorded with fellow country artists Adam Brand, Steve Forde and a chorus of guest artists. All up, the album includes an impressive 17 tracks which will not disappoint fans and newcomers alike.
"This album is a collection of songs both old and new that reflect the strength of the Australian spirit. All of the songs have a special place in my life and express my deep admiration for the bush. The resilience and stories of the people have always been my greatest inspiration" - Lee Kernaghan
In addition to performing a series of charity concerts, Lee (along with Adam Brand & Steve Forde) will donate all recording and publishing profits from the single, 'Spirit of The Bush' (track 4), to drought relief organisation, Aussie Helpers.
- Sassafras Gap
- Only 19 (A Walk In The Light Green)
- Three Rivers Hotel
- Spirit Of The Bush - Featuring Adam Brand & Steve Forde
- Diamantina Drover
- Bare Essentials
- The Way It Is
- Spirit Of The High Country
- Southern Son
- When Country Comes
- A Bushman Can't Survive
- Tenterfield Saddler
- Cunnamulla Feller
- Hat Town
- Spirit Of The Bush (Reprise)
Running time: 120 mins. Released: 2007