Mixing a dash of 50s rock ‘n’ roll with a pinch of blues and rockabilly on her debut album ‘To The Horses’, Lanie Lane serves up a heady dish of tunes about love, heartbreak and a cowboy.
After more than ten years in the business, Ray Beadle is still regarded as young for his considerable talent! He was discovered in the early part if this century performing a three month residency with the house band in B.B King’s Club in Memphis and has also performed at Buddy Guy’s Blues Club in Chicago as well as several Southern Blues festivals in the USA.
The band had been on an upwardly mobile streak since “Not Ready to Go” first came pumping out of Canadian radio back in 2003.
From her modest beginnings as a shy acoustic folkie on the local coffeehouse stage, Barber’s recent career has been reaching starry heights.
Internationally recognized Kiwi guitar player Billy TK Jnr has been busy touring, recording his 3rd album, fronting a massive road safety campaign in NZ as well as sponsorship deals with Maton guitars, Westpac, Holden NZ and prestigious NZ wine company ‘Greystone Wines’.
Stalking and prowling the stage and brandishing some fiery electric blues guitar and harmonica, Mojo loves to cut loose!
Alberts Studio to record Stranger Than Fiction. Released in May 2012, the CD
immediately became ABC’s album of the week and picked up a 4-star review in the
Aiming to capture their unique raw sound, the band mixed things up and decided to record ‘Temptation Never Liked You’ at popular Newtown music venue Notes Live.
|October 28, 2012 1:00 am||Macquarie Arms Hotel|
|October 28, 2012 2:00 pm||Restaurant 22 (Fitzgerald Printing Stage)|
They live in their van & tour the country delivering their raw style of dirty powerhouse blues wherever they find an audience. You will find them anywhere from a street corner busking – to the stages of some Australia’s leading music festivals.
With her unique song writing style Bity Booker weaves elements of folk, country, and blues together with her classical guitar to create a distinctive sound that is all her own.
If the chipper twenty-year-old from Temagog, NSW, were two or three times his age, his sheer six-string ability and compositional insight, which have already earned Robinson a world-wide following, would be no less astonishing.
Coming into existence at the dawning of 2012 after the collapse of prior projects and responsibility, BONEZ is obsessed by life on the road, living out the back of his van he creates music and experience while learning and growing along the way and using the universal language of music to share stories with others.
my younger sister Jade. I decided to accompany her as it
was her first trip abroad and Ethiopia didn’t seem the safest
destination to explore.
OHS – ears most important instrument a musician will have.
Technique and finding your voice re style, tuning etc..
THE ROLE OF THE DRUMMER-support the song.
Sounds- Different sticks, brushes etc..