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10 track album © P 2008. Acoustic guitar based rock seasoned with country, folk and blues. After winning national and international accolades, Weston's latest effort continues to deliver, from the cajun-flavoured 'Whatever Makes You Happy' to the Sheryl Crowesque 'Believe In Yourself' on to the epic self-discovery song 'Welcome Back To Reality'. It continues with 'Let Your Life Begin', revealing shades of Paul Rodgers. Rootstime Europe says Weston's only cover version on the album, 'Waltzing Matilda', '...should be added to the gallery of the greatest'. The music works on screen too, with songs played on Channel 9's 'The Voice Australia. Listen to the album below.
13 track album © P 2004. Includes 'Last Days Of Summer' which won the Australian National Songwriting Contest 2005 (rock category) and 'Brothers and Sisters' which received highest level Honourable Mention in 2006 Billboard World Songwriting Contest. Last Days Of Summer also scored in the top 20 at Unisong World Songwriting Contest 2005...the competition that gave birth to songwriters Jimmy Buffet, Mick Fleetwood, Burt Bacharach and Bonnie Raitt. Listen to the album below.
CD single written by John Harley Weston and Sandy Jones for the mighty Brisbane Lions AFL team (Aussie rules football). Released via Festival/Mushroom records. © 1999 John Harley Weston and P 1999 Festival Records Fido. All Rights Reserved. No longer for sale.
In 2006, after fans of Frontier, John's old UK band, demanded new songs, John and guitarist Brian Cunningham collaborated again to write 'Be Careful What you Wish For'. In the 90's Frontier were signed to Phonogram alongside Texas, Wet Wet Wet, Dire Straits and Robert Plant. After recording with the legendary Steeley Dan producer Gary Katz amongst others, Frontier toured stadiums supporting Wet Wet Wet, released 2 singles and recorded a great album. The band split in 1992 but what makes this collaboration interesting is that Weston was in Australia and Cunningham was in Scotland. To hear more Frontier music go to http://www.myspace.com/thebandfrontier
John's song 'Last Days Of Summer' (co-written by Tony Beard) from the album Hope Harbour is featured on this cool compilation album highlighting quality recordings of Beaudesert Shire artists. Released by Beau FM radio (Feb/Mar 2005) in conjunction with CBF, distributed by AMRAP to over 300 community radio stations Australia-wide. Call your local community station and request the song.
Two versions of the same song' I Believe In Magic'. A pop version followed by rock version, both written, produced and performed by John Harley Weston. © P 2009 All Rights Reserved.
Compilation of 5 songs in this order:
© P 2011 So Beautiful (words and music by Chris Miles & Luke Damsma. Vocals by John Harley Weston)
© P 2011 Living The Dream (words by Chris Miles & music and vocals by John Harley Weston.
© P 2011 Where Are You Now (words and music by Kevin Schipke. Vocals by John Harley Weston)
© P 2011 Let Go The Dogs Of War (words and music by Kevin Schipke. Vocals by John Harley Weston)
© P 2011 Build Up Australia (words and music by Kevin Schipke. Vocals by John Harley Weston)
© P 2007 A compilation of some live acoustic tunes - including Joni Mitchell's 'Both Sides Now', Sam Cooke's 'Wonderful World', Paul Kelly's 'To Her Door', The Beatles 'Blackbird' and CCR's 'Have You Ever Seen The Rain'. All with John Harley Weston's original sound.
|ABC Interview February 2009 - Waltzing Matilda|
|BBC Radio Scotland - Waltzing Matilda|
|BBC Radio Scotland - Whatever Makes You Happy|
|Radio 2 RDJ FM 2008 - I'll Never Leave You Lonely|
Sat 4th July 2015
Aratula Winter Harvest Festival,
John performs approx 1:30pm to 3:30pm.