Peter Denahy

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Peter Denahy
Born1972
GenresCountry/Folk/Comedy/Bluegrass[1]

Peter Denahy (born 1972) is an Australian entertainer from Yackandandah, Victoria, Australia. He sings and plays guitar, mandolin and fiddle.[2] His most successful song was "Sort of Dunno Nothin'" which was a hit on YouTube[1][3][4][5] and made the ARIA Top 100.[6] It was on his Picture In A Frame album which made the top 30 of the ARIA Country Albums chart.[7] Peter is married to Alison Denahy.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • "Dyamberin" (1993)
  • The Petrol Head Fly (2002)
  • Peter Denahy (2007)
  • Picture In A Frame (2008) - Destra/Compass
  • Pete Denahy: All You Can Eat (2010)
  • Wishbone Road (2012)
  • ME (2014)
  • Singing' Shoes (2015)
  • Hiroshima Jam Session (2015)

Singles[edit]

  • "Frankie"
  • "Peppercorn Tree"
  • "Wind Through the Brigalow"
  • "Sorta Dunno Nothin'" (2008) Aus #100[8]
  • "Sayonara Nakamura"
  • "Bruce McCumstie"
  • "Cotton Eyed Joe"
  • "Looking At My Phone"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Illawarra Mercury, 6 November 2008, "Denahy enjoys his own silly season" by Ilsa Cunnungham
  2. ^ Weekly Trader, 5 November 2008, "Multi-talented stars celebrated big time" by Gary Turner
  3. ^ The Sunday Mail, 6 April 2008, "Teenage grunt top of the internet pops – YouTube hit song rings true" by Samantha Healy
  4. ^ The Sunday Mail, 19 April 2009, "Teen song strikes a chord"
  5. ^ Sunday Tasmanian, 6 April 2008, "It's teen spirit with real grunt"
  6. ^ Herald Sun, 10 April 2008, "the hit list ... nine things we love this week"
  7. ^ The ARIA Report, Issue 945
  8. ^ The ARIA Report, Issue 946

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