Where we've been...
Check out the clips for all the towns and communities where we've been using the links below:
Better in Texas Video & Ringtone
'Better in Texas' is the Mega Music Video for the School and Community of Texas Australia.
Written and performed by Small Town Culture and the student's from Texas P-10 State School this song and clip is fun, energetic and completely unique with a little surprise thrown in to showcase the proud history of the town.
Grab the 'Better in Texas' ringtone performed by the student's from Texas P-10 State School and Small Town Culture!
Check out this ringtone on iTunes
The Life of a Country Kid
“The Life of a Country Kid” is the official song for the ICPA (Isolated Parents and Children's Association) Queensland branch and is now available on iTunes with all funds raised going to the ICPA.
For more information about this fantastic association visit the ICPA
A Country Song
Available NOW on iTunes, the new music from Josh Arnold with the kids from Tara Shire State College, as heard on ABC's Landline screened on Sunday 13th July 12:00pm on ABC1.
There's something special about Regional Australia and growing up in a Small Town. From the muddy rivers and Outback plains to the rugged scrub sprawling out from the Great Divide, this land is as diverse and vibrant as it's people.
Singer/Songwriter Josh Arnold has joined forces with the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) to create 'Small Town Culture', a music group which aims to capture the unique spirit and way of life in the country through music and film. Josh visits School's throughout the west writing songs with the student's about their towns, who they are and what makes their part of the world so unique. With their help Josh is able to tell stories about nature, real life adventures and dreaming big whilst discovering and promoting some incredible talent.
The vision of 'Small Town Culture' is as vast as the land in which it represents and through these music clips you will be taken on a journey into the heart of Regional Australia.
Where we're going:
July, August and September