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He supported Tash Sultana around the country, played six showcases at SXSW in Texas, and headlined his first ever show in NYC at the infamous Rockwood Music Hall.
Inspiration also came from multiple co-writing sessions in New York and LA.
They make music that sounds as though it’s always existed somewhere on a mountaintop.
Local Adelaide band “The Cherry Pickers” have been busy touring regional SA and interstate so be sure to catch them at one of their few home town gigs. 2017 saw the 22-year-old showcase overseas, sign major deals and tour with our country's finest.
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With his brooding tone and fast articulation mixed with his soothing guitar riffs and soft percussion, he’s really keeping it interesting.” Few 29 year-olds can claim they’ve spent their years immersed in some serious musical talent but SA’s longest running original music organisation; the Songwriters, Composers And Lyricists Association (SCALA) have done it week after unfailing week for almost 3 decades.
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The Fleurieu Bluesbreakers will be promoting their debut album 'The Devil Lives Down My Street' which has eleven tunes of diverse rhythm all written and contrived by the band members.
The momentum continued like a freight train when Josh returned home to a sold-out single launch for his single "Listening" at the Northcote Social Club, adding to the list of revered venues that the gifted self-taught musician has filled to capacity.
And what better way to round out a huge year than to release the "Instinct" EP and embark on a national tour.
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