Nicki Gillis & Bob Howe | An Australian Trilogy - Single

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An Australian Trilogy - Single

by Nicki Gillis & Bob Howe

No, it's not "Elvis Down Under", but rather a trilogy of Aussie classics, including the unofficial national anthem, Waltzing Matilda.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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Album Notes
Nicki Gillis
Nicki was born into the entertainment industry to parents who were
both performers in their own right. First taking to stage at the age of
six, she has evolved from a young child singing pop songs of the day,
through the 1980’s as a ‘rock chick’ in award winning cover bands and
backing singer for international touring artists, to topping the UK
country charts in her own right with her self-penned hit, “Be a Star”.
Nicki has two solo studio albums, two studio duet albums (with Bob
Howe) and is currently working on her next solo album.

Bob Howe
Bob has been part of the music industry for 35 years, simultaneously
juggling a career as a renowned musician/performer/producer alongside
various media roles as a writer and photographer. He has made
hundreds of radio and television appearances and his current
achievements include producing Sydney's leading live monthly country
show, Canterbury Country. Bob has also received International acclaim
for Cowboys In Cyberspace, the site that has taken Australian country
music around the World Wide Web for ten years.



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