IF you were in Tamworth yesterday you were probably out enjoying the fun of the festival. Here's what you missed.
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*Long time buskers not happy with new rules: The debate over the 2013 festival busking rules in Peel St continues – with plenty of advice and criticism but no unanimous solution offered. Full story here.
* Kasey and Shane's big night out: Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson filled Bicentennial Park to overflowing last night, with their free concert. Full story here:
*Jetty Road back to where it all began: Two Tamworth High School students have had a special festival experience, getting the chance to jam with country group Jetty Road. Full story here
*New stars shine in the Galaxy: Tamworth's own Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Galaxy of Stars, has added four new artists to its collection. Full story here.
*Recording session cements friendship: Troy Cassar-Daley presents his ever-popular concert at TRECC today from 4.30pm and it’s bursting at the seams with guests and mates. Full story here
* Doug Trevor writes for us: Way back, I had produced a gold-selling album for a group called the Hawking Brothers, which featured the single, One Day At A Time. Full story here
*Nashville comes to town: Tamworth will be beamed to the world tonight as Music City Roots broadcasts for the first time outside of Nashville at the Tamworth Town Hall. Full story here
* Rebecca's round-up: January is country music month, so if you’re feeling a little tired (exhausted is more the word for it), remember that we only have limited days left in which to soak up this party. Full story here: