Jetty Road
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Jetty Road

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The best kept secret in music


"Jetty Road Debut Album"


Deborah Minter

Talented sisters LEE and PAULA BOWMAN are the vocal force behind Victorian band JETTY ROAD, and are undoubtedly bound to be the next big thing to shake up the Australian country music scene.
The girls, with instrumentalists JULIAN SAMMUT and SIMON ROSS, have written ten winning tracks. With extremely listenable vocals, the girls perform exceptional songs, country with a CORRS-like feel. Great driving guitar work, rich voices, top song writing skills and flawless self-production means that these guys have a great future. Thank God, Heart & Soul and The Look In Your Eyes are memorable love songs. Wait For Tomorrow is inspiring. Bad Boy Serenade, Tell Me It’s Over and Better Place are up-tempo, soft-rock crossovers. The sweet and angelically peaceful Doesn’t Matter closes the album.
The girls perform with dazzling soul-stirring vocals and are just as good as anything that has come out of the U.S. Real voices with real heartfelt emotions.
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- Capital News May 2005 Vol 30 No 5


Album "Full Circle"
All tracks on the album are getting airplay on Australian Country radio in particular our first two singles "Run To You" and "Be With You".


Feeling a bit camera shy


Jetty Road' is surely the most exciting new band in country music. Identical twin sisters Lee and Paula Bowman have a rare ability for soulful harmony, and critics have instantly likened their sound to ‘The Corrs’ from Ireland and American ‘Faith Hill’.

After debuting at Australia's Tamworth Country Music Festival in January 2005, their debut album 'Full Circle' has been selling well ever since.

Inspired by the success of this debut, a first single 'Run to You' was released, and independent label 'One Stop Entertainment' began distributing the album throughout Australasia. This first single soon made it to #21 on the Oz Country Top 30, and spent 8 weeks in the national charts. A radio station tour of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth soon followed, with live radio performances in those states.

In May 2005 Jetty Road was reviewed by one of Australia's biggest country publication 'Capital News'. Deborah Minter wrote: "Jetty Road are as good as anything that has come out of the U.S." A two-page spread followed in the June edition.

An appearance on Australia's longest running national variety show soon followed; Channel 10's 'Good Morning Australia' with Bert Newton.

Jetty Road then appeared at the South Australia Music Festival in Barmera in late June, and have already been booked at coming festivals in N.S.W., Queensland and Western Australia.

Jetty Road's has just gotten news that their single "Run to You" has made the ABC Saturday Night Country Hottest Hits Volume 2 compilation cd due for release January 13, 2006.