Slim Dusty: Why a Google Doodle is celebrating the iconic Australian country music singer today
In 1957, Durtie released the recording 'A Pub with No Bear' by his friend Gordon Persons. It has become the best -selling song recorded by Australian
Monday's Google Doodle Australian singer and songwriter Slim Dusty is celebrating Dusty, one of the most well -decorated music stars in the country's history.
Dusty recorded more than 100 albums and sold more than seven million copies in his career for almost seven decades.
Monday's doodle was awarded the "Outstanding Achievement" award at the Arya Music Awards in 2000.
It smiles at dust and looks at the guitar and the guitar on the hill plain.
Who was the thin dust?
Dusty was born in June 1227, David Kirkpatrick, New South Wales, and grew up on the family farm of the nearest Nulla Crick.
He wrote his first song, "The Way the Cowboy Dice", only 10 years old, and the next year decided to his new Monika, it feels more suitable for a country musician.
Dusty began to make recording at the age of 15, paid to do it out of his own pocket, AMD repeatedly send its tracks to radio stations and record the labels in hopes of targeting. He signed an agreement with Colombia Graphophone Records at the age of 5 and remained with them for his entire career.
He married a colleague singer-songwriter Joy McKin in the 5th and he became his director, he helped to achieve huge commercial success with his music for the next five years.
He wrote most of his popular hits including "Light on the Heel", "Walk A Country Mile", "Indian Pacific", "Kelly's Offsider", "The Angel of Golburn Hill" and "The The The Beat Dement".
McCian also played a helpful role in organizing Australia's Cross-Country Tour, which eventually turned his famous round Australia tour. They used to put at least 30,000 road miles across the year 10 months of the year by car and caravan with their music throughout the Australian bush.
Bush and Australian culture had a significant impact on most of Dusty's music, and with his career, the country's popularity declined, especially in more rural communities, he was able to find sustainable success.
By March 1976, Dusty achieved 37 gold and two platinum records, more than any other Australian artist.
He has recorded and released his 100th album, in 2000, the forward, looking back, has become the first artist in the worldwide commercial recording history to hit the milestone.
Durtie was included in the Arya Hall of Fame and the Australian Roll of Fame and the Australian masses voted for him as a national treasure
In 1983, Spaceship Colombia's innovators sang his voice "Waltjing Matilda" while crossing Australia, making him the first singer that sent his voice from the earth to the earth.
He performed the same song as the Closing Act of the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.
He died at 766 years after the war with lung and kidney cancer on September 27 and was given a state funeral.
What was his most famous music?
In 1957, Durtie published the recording of "A Pub with No Bear" composed by his friend Gordon Persons. It became an Australian recorded best -selling song and was awarded the first gold record presented in Australia. It also reached number three in the UK single chart.
His only other Australian number was "Duncan", which he published more than two decades later in 1980.
Other Hit Singes include "A Pub With Beer" and "Sequial to A Pub With Bear" (both 1958), "Darwin (North Big Heart)" (1971), "The Big Depression" (1974), " We've made us proud "(1987) and" g'day g'day "(1988).
Thanks for reading: Slim Dusty: Why a Google Doodle is celebrating the iconic Australian country music singer today, Sorry, my English is bad:)
Post a Comment