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The Rock-itt : August 2010
Jemma then invited Amelia back on stage for their 'Country Charm' set. Jemma and Amelia have recently attended a school holiday programme at Camerata College in Tamworth. The students are given support and encouragement with their singing and song writing, being mentored by such greats as Felicity Urquhart, Amber Lawrence and Darren Carter. They have returned full of enthusiasm, lots of new friends from all over Australia and New Zealand and a two year plan to concentrate on promoting themselves as a duo; towards this end asked the audience for suggestions for a new name as they feel 'Country Charm' is dated. Together they sang 'Grandma's Feather Bed', 'Swinging Door' and 'Shotgun' finishing the set with 'Sweet Home Alabama' after which they again asked for name ideas; George's suggestion was 'Jemmelia'! During the second interval a Manly Sea Eagles Jersey signed by the team of 2010 was auctioned off and then the raffle was drawn by Travis George who had donated several prizes for treatments at his Hairdressing Salon. Finally was time for our star of the night the amazing Tracy Killeen to take centre stage. Tracy opened her set with 'All kinds of Beautiful' and 'Good Friends & Good Times' both hits from her first album 'Back There'. Then came an old Sweeney Killeen number 'Running', before Tracy continued with numbers from her recently released 2nd Album 'Drivers Seat' including 'Something About a Storm' Then came 'Ring of Fire' which Tracy asked us to believe she had written, she may not have written it but Tracy certainly gave a great rendition of the Carter/Cash classic. Another from Drivers Seat was 'Brave' which has also been released as a single and given Tracy two exciting First's, her first No. 1 radio chart hit -- where it stayed for 4 weeks, and her first Top 20 video clip on CMC. Well done Tracy. Next came an acoustic rendition of one her old favourites 'Working Man' with her guitarist Tim Simms, which Tracy usually sings with her father in mind. 'Metro-sexual Craze' is Tracy's protest song about men who spend more time exfoliating and moisturising than she does! This is another from 'Drivers Seat' and will soon be released as a single with Tracy currently working on a video clip for the number. Tracy finished off with the upbeat Jambalaya (another great line-dancing number). George and the band were kept on stage by an enthusiastic audience for 3 more numbers -- the last a waltz to finish on a romantic note. The Seaforth Bowling Club would like to thank all those who attended for their support and in particular the sponsors, AusPackaging and Combined Management Services.