Donna Fisk – Crying Over

“Dark and drowning in my sorrows … this ain’t no party tune. Some songs are such that they can become an individual’s personal interpretation. Make of it what you will, but for me it rang of the opinion that joy seems so fleeting and sorrow lingers … Memories flood back of good times that live in the shadow of losing dear ones. There are songs for a time, songs that take you back to a time … ‘Crying Over’ is one of those songs”. – Donna Fisk.

Donna Fisk is an award winning singer, songwriter, recording artist, producer and Royal Command Performer with several number one chart topping hit recordings and the honour of being immortalised in the Australian Country Music Fame Park.

Woven into the narrative of Australian country music, it’s a family tradition akin to the Dusty, Kernaghan and Chambers clans with father Gene Bradley Fisk being a pioneer artist of the outlaw country genre and radio personality, inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

Donna features in many music publications including Andrea Lemon’s book ‘Rodeo Girls Go Round The Outside’, exploring modern day female trailblazers for Australian country music. Touring her own show as well as performing and recording overseas, incorporating appearances on local and international media, the country music star is the voice on many national advertising campaigns including being assigned to perform for the Australian Government campaign song, ‘Building On A Strong Foundation’ as the anthem for ‘The Australian Centenary Of Federation’.

Donna is the face, voice and songwriter of ‘Australian Football League / Channel Seven’ live game broadcasts theme song, ‘Rock ‘n’ Footy’, ultimately performing at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for the prestigious AFL Grand Final to an audience of millions and the song rocketing into the ARIA charts and football folklore.

During her career, Donna has shared the stage with acclaimed artists such as John Denver, Donny Osmond, Dame Edna Everage, Tom .T. Hall, Canned Heat, Muhummad Ali, Brian Cadd, Susan Raye, James Morrison, Tommy Emmanuel, Dave Dudley, Blood Sweat and Tears, and The Seekers just to mention just a few.

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