With entertainment as we know it completely shutdown during the coronavirus pandemic, many musicians (and their fans) are in isolation. In a time such as this, music is one thing that helps us through. As we all bunker down, thousands of musicians in Australia (and across the world) are all doing it tough. Music is their life, music is our life, so we’re going to keep releasing it.
I Don’t Wanna Be Alone Tonight (ironically) is the fourth single lifted from Jetty Road’s 2019 album, Because We Can. It’s a catchy song about taking a chance on love and throwing caution to the wind when you fall in love with someone you thought was just a friend.
The year 2020 marks 15 years together as a band, an impressive measure of any partnership. With more than 15 chart-topping releases, two CMAA Awards (Golden Guitars), an APRA nomination and countless other award nominations, Jetty Road has become one of Australia’s most enduring and respected music acts.
Comprising twin sisters, Lee and Paula Bowman and multi-instrumentalist Julian Sammut, their music focuses on powerful melodies with wonderfully crafted three-part harmonies. A blend of country, pop, rock and folk—think The Dixie Chicks, The Corrs and Fleetwood Mac with an Australian edge.
They’ve taken their music to the world stage with multiple world tours and main stage performances alongside the cream of country music including Alan Jackson, Brooks and Dunn, Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, Vince Gill and Glen Campbell, to name just a few.