Greg Bain – These Eyes Of Blue (Wav)
Merri Winter, a Tasmanian born Victorian resident, has had a long and varied musical career both in Australia and overseas, including 5 years based in Dublin. She has been a member of several bands such as The Shiralees, the Tony Cornish Unity Band and she toured with the Tony Martin Band.
“I was delighted to recently work with the legendary Bill Chambers as he produced all 13 tracks for my new album, ‘Moving On’. “I was even more excited when he generously offered me the opportunity to record two of his unrecorded compositions for inclusion on my album. ‘Sweetest Sound’, the first single released off the album, is one of those two songs and it was co-written with Sara Cotton.” – Merri Winter.
She is having an album launch in Portarlington on August 14th and again in Shepparton on September 22nd at the Cricketers Arms in Mooroopna.
It is with great pride that Greg Bain releases his latest single “THESE EYES OF BLUE” from his forthcoming album. Having family members serving in the police force he is very familiar with the highs and lows that come with this job, in particular the psychological challenges that are often faced by these professionals. It is hoped that this song will highlight the incredible work and sacrifices made by unique people, and that a sense of respect and appreciation is restored for this profession.
Greg Bain has successfully forged a following for his passionate delivery of songs he strongly believes in - songs of substance and “These Eyes Of Blue” was a perfect fit for Greg’s heartfelt performance style.
Producer Lindsay Butler OAM and his team of legendary session musicians have recorded a traditional, musical masterpiece, to compliment the song-writing gifts of Shaza Leigh and Constable Brian Neville, who was with Constable Peter Forsyth when he was killed on duty in 1998. This tribute to our police is a stunning track and a wonderful salute to the all too often, unsung heroes of our community.