O'Shea is an Australian country music duo comprised of husband and wife, Mark (born 16 February 1977) and Jay O'Shea (previously Kylie Smith, born 17 January 1974). Since relocating to Nashville in 2007, the duo has seen success as artists and songwriters, with nine singles on the Australian country charts, as well as finishing fifth in the Country Music Television 2009 series Can You Duet.
Australian singer/songwriter Mark O'Shea signed his first record deal at the age of 16. At 18 he released his debut album, 1996's None of the Above, a diverse, mostly self-penned mix of rock, country, and blues that spawned a number one hit with "World Weary Heart. He also began acting, starring in various Aussie television programs, but music continued to be his preferred muse. At 21 he formed the group.
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Mark O'Shea (born February 16, 1977) is an Australian singer-songwriter. After being discovered at the Gympie Music Muster at just 18 years of age, O'Shea signed his first record deal to ABC Music. He released his debut album "None Of The Above" in 1996. The album spawned 2 number 1's on the Australian Country Charts - "World Weary Heart", co-written with Fiona Kernaghan and a cover of Loudon Wainwright III's "The Swimming Song".
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Australian singer/songwriter Tag O’Shea agreed upon his initial record offer at age 16. At 18 he released his debut record, 1996’s None from the Above, a different, mostly self-penned mixture of rock and roll, nation, and blues that spawned lots one strike with Globe Weary Center. Along with his homeland effectively conquered, O’Shea spent the dawn of his twenties on the highway, opening for famous brands Trisha Yearwood, Keith Urban, and John Farnham. He also started acting, starring in a variety of Aussie television applications,.
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His debut album earned Mark two Golden Guitar awards from the CMAA for Best New Talent of the Year (1996) for the track "The Swimming Song" and Best Video (1997) for "The Dreamer". Eventually Mark left his solo career to form rock/pop group Zinc that signed with Los Angeles-based label, Trauma. The band's first single released in Australia, "The Morning After" (co-written with Mark Hudson), reached No. 22 on the ARIA Charts in 2004. In 2006, Mark toured as a guitarist for artist Ronn Moss and also had his own song "When We Kissed" recorded.
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