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SALTBUSH (1982)
Bernie O’Brien, Mark Moffatt, Paul Pyle, Ross Nicholson and Harold Firth

Saltbush
Hand prints of Bernie, Harold and Paul

1975 – Group formed consisting of Bernie O’Brien, Mark Moffatt, Paul Pyle, Ross Nicholson and Harold Firth.

1976 – Released their first album “Live At The Station” which won them “The Best Traditional Country Band” and “Overall Winners” at the Wandong Festival.

1977 - Golden Guitar for New Talent of the Year with “Sassafras Gap”.

1979 – Golden Guitar for Vocal Group with “Stranger”.

They have supported Slim Dusty and Chad Morgan on tour.

They represented Australia in the US at the Tulsa Festival in Oklahoma as well as appearing at the music trade fair in Miami, Florida.

Support act for both Ray Steven and Marty Robbins when they toured Australia.

1982 – Inducted into the Hands of Fame.