Born: 5 / 2 / 1998
Angus Gill is an Australian singer-songwriter, comedian and producer from Wauchope in New South Wales. Gill is a Golden Guitar winner and an Australian Independent Country Music Award winner. He has had twelve #1 songs on the Australian country music radio charts. In November 2019, Gill became one of the youngest Australian artists to perform on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
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'The Songwriter… So Far' features a revamped version of Angus Gill's song 'Roadworks' and a new collaboration with Mondo Rock’s Eric McCusker.
Dr Harry Cooper said: "Angus took what is a sort of a sad poem about leaving the farm and turned it into a love story."
Every week, ABC Country's ‘Grass Roots’ program shines a light on the best independently released Australian country content.
“I wanted to step away from my own life and stick my nose into other people’s lives and tell their stories, whether the truth, or a lie that points to the truth.”
“I was so taken aback by the chapter 'The Crossing' in Trent Dalton’s 'Love Stories' that I started working on a lyric."
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We caught up with Angus Gill to find out what songs he’s listening to today for this special Valentine’s Day edition of FDBB.
We’ve put together a rocking list of festive albums released in 2022!
We caught up with Angus Gill to find out what songs he’s listening to this December for this week’s Christmas edition of Front Deck Boom Box.
‘The Gilly Season’ is out now!