(1) an Australian rock music “supergroup”, consisting of Nic Cester (of Jet), Kram (of Spiderbait), Chris Cheney (of The Living End), Davey Lane (of You Am I and The Pictures) and Pat Bourke (of Dallas Crane).
Their first single (for charity) was a cover version of Stevie Wright’s song “Evie”, an 11 minute song consisting of three parts. The single debuted at #2 on the ARIA Charts on the week of Monday March 7 2005. : Evie, Pts. 1-3
The profits for the single were donated to Stevie Wright and the Salvation Army to improve drug and alcohol rehabilitation, as well as the Red Cross for the tragic 2004 Boxing Day tsunami.
(2) Adam Wright and Shannon Wright -a husband and wife country music duo based from Georgia. Adam is the nephew of country music artist Alan Jackson.
They met in 1998 after he filled in for a musician in her band in Atlanta, Georgia. The two started out writing songs together, eventually marrying and moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 2002. Two of the duo’s songs can be found on Alan Jackson’s 2004 album What I Do.
A year later, the Wrights’ debut album, Down This Road, was released on Jackson’s personal label, ACR (Alan’s Country Records), in association with RCA Records. Adam and Shannon wrote all of the songs on their album.
A self-titled, eight-song EP The Wrights, and a second album, In The Summertime, both followed in 2008 & Red And Yellow, Blue And Green in 2010.
(3) a husband and wife duo from the UK with John Wright & Catherine Perrier playing bluegrass style. John is the player.
on album The Lark In The Clear Air

Edited by headeynyp on 16 Oct 2013, 10:50

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