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The New Bush
The New Bush
The New Bush by Lee Kernaghan.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAustralia 29 April 2006
GenreCountry
Lee Kernaghan chronology

The New Bush is the tenth studio album released by Australian Country Musician Lee Kernaghan. It got nominated for six Golden Guitar trophies, winning four at the Country Music Awards of Australia. The album peaked at number six on the ARIA Charts[1] and was certified platinum.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Where I Come From"
  2. "Listen To The Radio"
  3. "The New Bush"
  4. "Diamantina Dream" (featuring Trisha Yearwood)
  5. "Love Shack"
  6. "Western World"
  7. "I'll Remember You"
  8. "Livin' In Australia"
  9. "Little Men"
  10. "Like Angels"
  11. "On The Beach"
  12. "When The Country Comes"
  13. "Close As A Whisper (The Gift)"

Charts

Weekly charts

Chart (2006) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[3] 6

Year-end charts

Chart (2006) Position
ARIA Artist Albums Chart[4] 81
ARIA Australian Artist Albums Chart[5] 27
ARIA Country Albums Chart[6] 6
Chart (2007) Position
ARIA Country Albums Chart[7] 16

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[8] Platinum 70,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone


Awards

  • Nominee - Golden Guitar - Album of the Year - "The New Bush"
  • Nominee - Golden Guitar - Male Artist of the Year - "The New Bush"
  • Nominee - Golden Guitar - Heritage Song - "Close as a Whisper (The Gift) - "The New Bush"
  • Nominee - Golden Guitar - Video Clip of the Year - "Listen to the Radio"
  • Nominee - Golden Guitar - Single of the Year - "The New Bush"
  • Nominee - Golden Guitar - APRA Song of the Year - "The New Bush"
  • Finalist - Tamworth Songwriters' Association - Contemporary Country Song of the Year - "The New Bush" by Lee Kernaghan, Colin Buchanan & Garth Porter
  • Top 5 Finalist - People's Choice Awards - Best Male Vocalist - "The New Bush"
  • Top 10 Finalist - People's Choice Awards - Best Album - "The New Bush"
  • Top 10 Finalist - People's Choice Awards - Best Male Vocalist - "The New Bush"
  • Finalist - Victorian Awards - Bluegrass and Traditional Country - "Close as a Whisper (The Gift)"
  • Winner - Golden Guitar - Album of the Year - "The New Bush"
  • Winner - Golden Guitar - Male Artist of the Year - "The New Bush"
  • Winner - Golden Guitar - Heritage Song - "Close as a Whisper (The Gift) - "The New Bush"
  • Winner - Golden Guitar - Top Selling Album - "The New Bush"
  • Finalist - Victorian Awards - Bush Ballad of the Year - "Close as a Whisper (The Gift)"
  • Finalist - Victorian Awards - Best Male Vocalist - "The New Bush"
  • Finalist - Victorian Awards - Songwriter's Competition - "The New Bush" (with Garth Porter & Colin Buchanan)
  • Winner - Victorian Awards - Best Male Vocalist
  • Winner - Victorian Awards - Shared Songwriter's Competition for "The New Bush" (with Garth Porter & Colin Buchanan)
  • Nominee - APRA - Most Performed Country Work - "The New Bush"
  • Finalist - QLD Gold Medallion Awards - Male Vocalist of the Year
  • Finalist - QLD Gold Medallion Awards - Touring Artist of the Year
  • Nominee - MO Award - Silm Dusty Country Perfor

References

  1. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Lee Kernaghan - The New Bush". Australian Charts Portal. Steffen Hung. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ "ARIA album accreditations 2007". www.aria.com.au. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ "Australiancharts.com - Lee Kernaghan - The New Bush". Hung Medien. Retrieved 4 April 2015.
  4. ^ "2006 ARIA ALBUMS CHART". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "2006 ARIA AUSTRALIAN ARTIST ALBUMS CHART". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "2006 ARIA COUNTRY ALBUMS CHART". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ "2007 ARIA COUNTRY ALBUMS CHART". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ "ARIA Charts - Accreditations - 2007 Albums". Australian Recording Industry Association.

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