Google Doodle Celebrates the Memories of Singer Slim Dusty

Slim Dusty is being honoured by Google Doodle. Slim Dusty was known for having a huge selection that included Aussie “bush ballads” which included G’Day G’day, Duncan and A Pub With No Beer, which was his highest-selling record.

The appeal of country music’s singer was to battlers and his talents were for the art of storytelling through music.Today’s special Google Doodle celebrates the late legendary Australian country artist Slim Dusty.The town of his birth is the northern New South Wales coastal town of Kempsey.

He was raised at a dairy farming farm located in Nulla Nulla creek.Slim dusty’s full name is Gordon Kirkpatrick. When he was 11 years old, the name was changed as Slim Dusty.

A legend In Australia, David Kirkpatrick was born in Kempsey, New South Wales on June 13, 1927. Growing up on a cattle ranch, Kirkpatrick wrote his first track titled “The The Way the Cowboy Dies” at only 10 years old in 1937.

A year later, Kirkpatrick was given his stage title “Slim Dusty” because it was more appropriate for a singing cowboy.Dusty was also the basis of a feature-length film in the 1984 film Slim Dusty Movie.

Slim Dusty Movie The Slim Dusty Centre as well as the Slim Dusty Museum located in Kempsey was opened to visitors in the year 2015 and in 2020 The Universal Pictures documentary Slim & I was released in the form of a feature-length story about Joy McKean’s long-lasting relationship with Slim.

Dusty passed away on Sept. 19th, 2003 at age 76, following a two-year battle against cancer.

Dusty has been the most recent addition to a list of inspirational and influential artists recognized by the “Doodle,” a list which includes the late EDM superstar Avicii (Tim Bergling) and the late Cuban singer Celia Cruz, classical music actor and singer Begum Akhtar, and Beatles co-founder John Lennon.

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