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WOLF ALICE + I KNOW LEOPARD FOR ‘MUSHROOM AFTER HOURS’ SERIES LIVE

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - September 4, 2018


Mushroom is excited to announce the next chapter of Mushroom After Hours in partnership with Colonial Brewing Co, featuring live sets from Mercury Award-nominated British rockers Wolf Alice, and emerging Sydney-based indie pop four-piece I Know Leopard.

After launching in style with sets from The Rubens and ALTA at the inaugural event in June, part two of the series will take place on Thursday 27 September (Grand Final public holiday eve) at Colonial’s brewery in Port Melbourne. You can check out The Rubens’ full set from the first Mushroom After Hours below.

Transforming the brewery into an intimate and dynamic performance space, a group of lucky competition winners will ease into the Victorian long weekend with a selection of Colonial’s finest brews and tasty bites.

The Mushroom After Hours event is an exclusive and free 18+ event with no tickets available to purchase. Enter to win a double pass by signing up at mushroom.com/afterhours and to get the scoop on future events. The lucky winners will be notified on Wednesday 12 September.

Wolf Alice will be in the midst of their tour of Australia and New Zealand when they hit the stage at Mushroom After Hours. The band have had an enormous year, having released their highly anticipated and critically acclaimed sophomore album Vision Of A Life on Liberator Music in September 2017, which propelled them further into the limelight and solidified them as United Kingdom’s most exciting rock export.

With enormous tracks such as ‘Yuk Foo’, ‘Beautifully Unconventional’ and ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ littered throughout the incredible record, the band have been acknowledged with various accolades since its release including a BRIT Award nomination, a Mercury Award nomination, and the coveted triple j Feature Album here in Australia. This builds upon the love they received for their debut album, which earned them a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Performance. Live, they’re a force to be reckoned with. More details on Wolf Alice’s Australia and New Zealand tour can be found at https://www.frontiertouring.com/wolfalice

Kicking off proceedings on the night will be I Know Leopard who have just returned to the scene with their standout new track and video ‘Landmine’, released via Ivy League. The Sydney-via-Adelaide outfit have released two EPs to date, but have now emerged with a vibrant new sound revelling in glam, dream pop and playful, upbeat, 70s soft rock, with a stunning new look to boot. With a promise of a larger body of work on the horizon, they are shaping up for a breakout twelve months ahead.

MUSHROOM AFTER HOURS
LIVE AT COLONIAL BREWING CO
THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER
(AFL GRAND FINAL PUBLIC HOLIDAY EVE)

WOLF ALICE
I KNOW LEOPARD

ENTER TO WIN A DOUBLE PASS via
mushroom.com/afterhours

Began: 11am AEST Mon 3 Sep
Ends: 5pm AEST Mon 10 Sep
Winners will be notified on Wed 12 Sep

 

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MARYSVILLE JAZZ & BLUES ANNOUNCE HEADLINERS

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - September 4, 2018

Some of Australia’s leading jazz and blues artists including The Black Sorrows with Joe Camilleri, Renee Geyer plus a huge lineup of top performers will take the stage at the 4th annual Marysville Jazz and
Blues Weekend.

With more than 40 artist performances, spread over 3 days the 2018 Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend is sure to attract an even larger number of visitors than last year.

Last year more than 2,000 visitors came to soak up the jazz and blues atmosphere throughout Marysville’s cafes, restaurants and bars with many settling in for the weekend and longer to enjoy both the music and the sheer beauty of the Marysville region and the Yarra Ranges.

Only a 90 minute drive from Melbourne, via Healesville and through the spectacular tall trees of the Black Spur, Marysville offers a stunning backdrop for three days of jazz and blues in the “Mystic Mountains”.

The Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend runs from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st October 2018. For ticket information, the line-up, accommodation and to learn more about Marysville and district, visit marysvillejazzandblues.com.au.

The 2018 Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend is proudly supported by the Murrindindi Council

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CORNER AWARD 2018 CONTENDERS ANNOUNCED

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - September 4, 2018


The Corner Hotel is excited to announce the shortlist for the 2018 Corner Award. A small group of industry experts came together earlier in the year to compile a longlist of artists kicking goals and representing the unique contributions that contemporary artists are making to a broad spectrum of genres across the country.
The Corner Award was launched in 2016 as a way to celebrate great Australian artists who are breaking the mould and doing exciting things with their music. The Corner is now proud to unveil the seven artists that they’ve deemed to be going above and beyond!

The Corner Hotel are committed to supporting those who dedicate themselves to their musical pursuits and this year, the recipient of The Corner Award will receive:

– A headline show at the Corner Hotel (with production & promotion covered by the venue and all ticket monies to go to the winner)
–  Pressing of 150 copies a limited edition 7” vinyl single
– A cash cheque of $2000 from the Corner
– Pre-production time at Bakehouse Studios prior to the show
– $1000 towards artwork costs from Mushroom Publishing
–  2 week poster run from Plakkit
– Full page advertising package from Beat
– 50 free t-shirts from SoundMerch of their own design

Contenders this year include:
Amyl & The Sniffers
Baker Boy
G Flip
Kardajala Kirridarra
Mildlife
Willaris. K

http://www.cornerhotel.com/

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RIP CONWAY SAVAGE

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - September 3, 2018

Conway Savage, the much respected keyboard player, composer and member of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds has died at age 58. It’s been a sad year for indie music fans. 2018 has seen the loss of many notable musicians from Melbourne’s rich, indie music scene and most them were interconnected. Spencer P Jones, who Conway had also shared stages and studios with died just last week.

From 1993, Savage had a solo career and released albums, Nothing Broken (2000), Wrong Man’s Hands (2004) and Rare Songs & Performances 1989–2004. He also collaborated with other artists for their albums, such as Soon Will Be Tomorrow (with Suzie Higgie, 1998) and Quickie for Ducky (with Amanda Fox and Robert Tickner, 2007). Conway joined Nick Cave in 1990 for the Bad Seeds album ‘The Good Son. and also played on Cave’s ‘Henry’s Dream’ (1992), ‘Let Love In’ (1994), ‘Murder Ballads’ (1996), ‘The Boatman’s Call’ (1997), ‘No More Shall We Part’ (2001), ‘Abbattor Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus’ (2004) and ‘Dig Lazarus Dig’ (2008).

He released his first solo EP in 1992 with guests Martyn P. Casey and Mick Harvey of The Bad Seeds. His most recent EP was 2010’s ‘Pussy’s Bow’.

Savage has been a session player on numerous albumss by Australia’s indie elite including  recordings by: Kim Salmon, Dave Graney, Spencer P. Jones, David McComb and Robert Forster.

Conway’s brother, Frank Savage, is a part-time rock music cabaret singer and his niece, Cash Savage, is the lead singer of the band Cash Savage and the Last Drinks.

In 2017 Savage underwent medical treatment for a brain tumor.

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ANGIE MCMAHON COVERS NEIL YOUNG AHEAD OF THIS WEEK’S TOUR

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - September 3, 2018

Set to embark on a national headline tour this week, Angie McMahon has unveiled an emotionally charged live cover of Helpless by Neil Young, recorded exclusively in London for the Mahogany ‘Covers’ series on YouTube.  The news is paired with the announcement that McMahon will return to London this September for a show alongside Ainslie Wills and Gretta Ray at the Camden Assembly and a set at Reeperbahn Festival in Germany.

Following the release of her intoxicating new single Keeping Time which claimed the #1 most played position on triple j, McMahon is also confirmed to perform as special guest for Paul Kelly in Sydney this December

McMahon’s timeless ruminations on everyday life will be on display this September for headline performances in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Adelaide joined by one of her favourite artists Leif Vollebekk. The Canadian indie folk singer-songwriter will come armed with his 2017 album Twin Solitude which was shortlisted for the 2017 Polaris Music Prize and 2018 Juno Award for Adult Alternative Album of the Year.

Since the release of her breakaway debut single Slow Mover in October 2017, the singer-songwriter has performed sold-out shows across Australia and the UK, in addition to high profile supports for Father John Misty, Alanis Morissette, The Shins, Angus and Julia Stone and more. McMahon has also graced festival stages at St Jerome’s Laneway, Secret Garden and NYE on the Hill.

Quickly capturing the attention of audiences with her candid songwriting and raw melodies, McMahon’s debut single Slow Mover landed at #33 on the triple j hottest 100, secured anhonourable mention in the Vanda and Young Songwriting Competition, received radio play in the UK and Germany and is nearing 3.7 million plays on Spotify.  Second single Missing Me saw her make her mark globally, charting in the Top 30 of College Radio in the USA and has amassed over 1.8 million Spotify streams with the help of New Music Friday playlists in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Locally the track was the #7 most played song at triple j and saw McMahon nominated for Breakthrough Artist of the Year (AIR).

With her debut album now in its final stages and new music to be revealed shortly, 2018 will see McMahon launch further into the stratosphere with her most compelling expression yet.

ANGIE MCMAHON TOUR DATES

Tickets on sale now
Thursday 6th September | The Forum, Melbourne VIC – 18+ *
Friday 7th September | The Triffid, Brisbane QLD – LIC/AA SOLD OUT *
Saturday 8th September | The Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW – LIC/AA  *
Friday 14th September | Rosemount Hotel, Perth WA – 18+ SOLD OUT *
Saturday 15th September | Uni Bar, Adelaide SA – LIC/AA *
Monday 24th September | The Camden Assembly, London UK ^
Wednesday 19 – Saturday 22 September – Reeperbahn Festival, Germany
Saturday 15 December | The Domain, Sydney #

* Headline performance with special guest Leif Vollebekk

^ with Ainslie Wills & Gretta Ray

# with Paul Kelly, Angus & Julia Stone, Alex Lahey & D.D Dumbo

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TALES IT IS! (FOR BAND FORMERLY KNOWN AS WINTER GYPSY)

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - August 31, 2018


Dreamy indies, Tales, formerly known as The Winter Gypsy, have rebranded as TALES, alongside a lush new single, So Blue. So Blue is an intricate arrangement of a wide variation of different, intriguing musical and lyrical ideas, which was released on August 24. They have also announced a stunning video to accompany the track, co-directed by Rory Pipan (Mallrat, Tigerilla, DJ Tigerlily), Luke Franceschini and Nikita Kimiye, and will launch the single alongside Timberwolf on stage at Crown And Anchor (Adelaide) on September 28.

So Blue is demonstrative of the kind of magic that happens when artists allow themselves to be open to any new idea that surfaces. The track is opulent, with exquisite strings and horns arrangements, sitting perfectly atop a bed of gentle indie folk guitars and percussion. There’s a lot going on, but everything fits well into place, as Tales’ thoughtful lyricism also floats above it all. Lead vocalist Tushar Singh reflects on the songwriting process, which was a collaborative one, saying, “This track was co-written with our friend Timberwolf (Chris Panousakis). I took the song to him with only the chorus written, and Chris really helped bring the song to life for us. For us it’s essentially about living with free minds and not letting little issues strike us down in times of vulnerability. We worked hard to fuse dark and light sounds into this one, so it lifts you but gives you chills too. The build in this track is so epic, it definitely pulls on the heartstrings for us!”

The clip for So Blue takes this exploration of vulnerability to a visual level, and the result is extraordinary. Set in the early ‘90s, with beautifully-framed shots and delicate natural light, the clip follows a young man and his everyday stuggle to find himself. Through each scene, the viewer gains an insight into his life. Tush elaborates on this theme, saying, “This clip portrays a man going through the process of dealing with a dark time in his life. It shows the vulnerability in one person, and how it can slowly but surely effect you in times of struggle. It’s very imagery and metaphor-heavy – it’s a piece of art that we’re proud of.”

Tales, formerly known as The Winter Gypsy, decided that a name change was the right move for the band at this point in time, as Tush says, “We wanted to change our name for a few reasons – ‘gypsy’ is an outdated term and we want to stay relevant and respectful. We also felt that being locked down by our name to an indie folk image wasn’t something we wanted in the long term. This release gave us a way to make the change cleanly and we feel very good about it – excited even, for something new and different.”

The group certainly have a lot to be excited about. They’ve been mentored by Stu MacQueen and Dan Crannitch from Aussie label and management company Wonderlick (Amy Shark, Montaigne, Boy & Bear) and the past 12 months have been huge, taking out the SA Music Awards ‘Best Folk Artist’ category and performing at 2018’s Scouted festival, as Tush reflects, “(The mentorship has) been such a huge eye opener for us, in terms of working our way up, to be more established as a band. We’ve never been mentored before, so this was such an amazing experience for us. They’ve really helped us pave a path for our next step in what we hope, is the right direction!”

https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/tales

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CRANBOURNE MUSIC’S 2018 ROCKFEST NATIONAL FINAL

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - August 31, 2018


Australian Musician headed out to Templestowe College in Melbourne yesterday to attend the annual Rockfest National final, a school band competition run by Cranbourne Music. As usual, the standard of acts was amazing and the styles of music eclectic.

Performing in the senior band section were: Empire (Wangaratta High), Dropout Paradise (Carranballac College), Sounds of Unity (Woodridge State High), Common Boys (Cranbourne Secondary) , Disgruntled Architect (Templestowe College), Nana Klumpp (Camden Haven High ), and The Leftovers (Trafalgar High).

Performing in the Junior section were: Amplified (Caranballac College), Splinter Kiss (Euroa Secondary), Snake Rope  (Trafalgar High), In the Works (Templestowe College), and Next Generation (Narre Sth P12). Also worth mentioning were Zen, and Matt Broome, showcase solo artists who appeared in the heats.

Best Senior Band, The Leftovers won themselves a Gretsch drum kit and Fender Stratocaster, while the Best Junior Band, In The Works were rewarded with a PDP drum kit and Fender Rumble 200ww bass amp.

Taking time out from preparations for his national solo tour, guest judge Grinspoon’s Phil Jamieson was generous with his time and words.

Congratulations to Luc Travers and his team at Cranbourne Music for fostering young Australian talent through this wonderful project.

https://www.rockfest.net.au/

 

 

 

 

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FALLS FESTIVAL LINEUP INCLUDES LEGENDARY ROCKERS TOTO

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - August 30, 2018


Hold the line! The 2018/19 Falls Festival line up has been announced and includes a surprise visit from legendary, Grammy winning rockers Toto, mixed in with state of the art chart toppers such as Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals, Chvrches, Catfish and the Bottlemen and more.

Underneath the Falls hood you’ll find: world class music · creative installations · visual arts performances · pop-up bars and beer gardens · passouts all festival long · thoughtful camping facilities · comedy clubs · daily beach access · glorious gourmet fare · makers’ markets · local traders · beauty parlours · holistic yoga and well-being, plus loads more to be announced!

A line-up packed to the brim with red hot international and national artists has been carefully curated and the sites in Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Fremantle will be whipped into shape in readiness for another New Year’s special. With every show selling out last year, there’s no doubt that after two and a half decades, Falls remains as vital as the summer sun.

THE FALLS MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL 2018/19 NATIONAL LINE-UP:

ANDERSON .PAAK & THE FREE NATIONALS · CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN (ONLY AUS SHOWS) · VANCE JOY · CHVRCHES · HILLTOP HOODS · TOTO · INTERPOL · 88RISING FEAT. RICH BRIAN, JOJI, NIKI & AUGUST 08 (ONLY AUS SHOWS) · FLIGHT FACILITIES · AMY SHARK · DMA’S · KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD · GOLDEN FEATURES · FIRST AID KIT (ONLY AUS SHOWS) · OCEAN ALLEY · HOCKEY DAD · CASHMERE CAT (ONLY AUS SHOWS) · THE VACCINES · CUB SPORT · RUEL · JACK RIVER · BISHOP BRIGGS · MALLRAT · BRIGGS · TOUCH SENSITIVE · TKAY MAIDZA · DERMOT KENNEDY · TIRED LION · HOBO JOHNSON & THE LOVEMAKERS · SOCCER MOMMY · ODETTE · MAHALIA · HATCHIE · WEST THEBARTON · SAM FENDER · TIA GOSTELOW · KOTA BANKS · TRIPLE ONE · ALICE SKYE · HEAPS GAY DJ’S & FRIENDS

+ PLUS LOADS MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED +

2018/19 EVENTS: 
Lorne VIC: 28 Dec, 29 Dec, 30 Dec, 31 Dec (est. 1993) 18+ event
Marion Bay TAS: 29 Dec, 30 Dec, 31 Dec (est. 2003) All ages
Byron Bay NSW: 31 Dec, 01 Jan, 02 Jan (est. 2013) 18+ event
Fremantle WA: 05 Jan, 06 Jan (est. 2016) 18+ event

TICKETS TO FALLS:
Friends of Falls pre-sales will commence at 12pm (local time) Friday 31 August
VISA Checkout pre-sales will commence at 9am (local time) Monday 03 September
General Sales will commence at 9am (local time) Thursday 06 September
Local Tasmanian in store sales will commence at 9am (local time) Thursday 06 September
All details and pricing can be found at: fallsfestival.com

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2nd ANNUAL AUSTRALIAN AMERICANA MUSIC HONOURS FOR OCTOBER

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - August 29, 2018


Details of the second annual AUSTRALIAN AMERICANA MUSIC HONOURS have today been revealed, with Melbourne’s stunning Thornbury Theatre to play host to the event on Thursday 11th October.

Presented by Michael Chugg, Nash Chambers and the international Americana Music Association, the Australian Americana Honours Night is a celebration of Americana music in Australia, and will showcase a sensational array of the best local and international artists that the genre has to offer.

An explosive line-up will take the stage on October 11, led by Nashville powerhouse Margo Price, who was discovered and signed by Jack White. Joining Margo will be fellow Statesider Joshua Hedley, along with local talents Diesel, Little Georgia, Shane Howard, Kevin Welch, Weeping Willows and Kasey Chambers featuring Alan Pigram.

With Triple R’s Denise Hylands and the Americana Music Association’s Jed Hilly set to host proceedings, the Australian Americana Honours Night will deliver an unparalleled evening of music for Roots and Americana fans for the second consecutive year.

“Americana is that sweet spot between folk and country, rock and blues. More than roots, it pulls in almost all the strands of American music whether it’s made with acoustic or electric instruments, is as modern as Dixie Chicks covering Beyonce, as old as a cotton field work song played on a crackling shellac 78, and can be made in Memphis, Manchester or Melbourne.

“Margo Price can cut from Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton to Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen, Joshua Hedley feels like the early 60s reincarnated, while Kasey Chambers makes a modern desert campfire song sound timeless”. – Bernard Zuel

The Americana Music Association will present two honours during the course of this special musical event. Brian Wise will receive a Vanguard Award for his continued commitment to the genre through his magazine, Rhythms, and Triple R radio program, On The Record. Seminal recording artist Shane Howard will be honoured for his influence on Australian poetic and folk music traditions. “(He) captures something essential of the spirit of Australia in words and music… his songs have a global reach and explore universal themes”. – Aziz Choudry

Last year recognised for his decade-long commitment to Americana, Out on the Weekend festival founder, Brian “BT” Taranto, said, “It was a great maiden event to celebrate a style of music I’m very passionate about. There seemed to be a genuine collaborative spirit in the room, which is just the thing needed for this emerging genre in Australia to become widely recognised and accepted”.

“We have rounded up a fantastic group of artists to celebrate Americana and Roots music in Australia in 2018. It’s an incredibly exciting genre, and based on the buzz after last year’s event, we’ll be doing this for many years to come”, said Michael Chugg.

“It’s a thrill to be a part of the second Annual Australia Americana Honours event”, said Jed Hilly, Executive Director of the Americana Music Association and Executive Producer of the Critically Acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards program in Nashville. “Last year’s event connected the community not just in Australia but around the globe, with a spirit that was and continues to be contagious. I can’t wait to get back to Melbourne.”

THE SECOND ANNUAL 
AUSTRALIAN AMERICANA MUSIC HONOURS

THURSDAY 11TH OCTOBER – THE THORNBURY THEATRE, MELBOURNE VIC
TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY 31ST AUGUST, 10AM AEST
OZTIX.COM.AU OR 1300 762 545

In association with the US Americana Music Association, Chugg Entertainment, Essence Group, Virgin, Nashville Music City, TN Tourism, Triple R, Show Group, Sounds of the City, Rhythms Magazine

WITH PERFORMANCES FROM…
MARGO PRICE (USA) – DIESEL – JOSHUA HEDLEY (USA) – LITTLE GEORGIA
KASEY CHAMBERS FEATURING ALAN PIGRAM – SHANE HOWARD
KEVIN WELCH – WEEPING WILLOWS

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MOORE BLUES FOR GARY – A TRIBUTE TO GARY MOORE

Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - August 29, 2018

The sky was crying when Gary Moore passed away on 6th February 2011.  From Thin Lizzy to Colosseum II, together with his solo hits ‘Parisienne Walkways’ and ‘Out In The Fields’, Gary influenced a whole generation of guitar players and guitar playing.

The bass player/producer Bob Daisley had played with Gary since the 1980’s, and is known for suggesting to Gary that he should make a blues album – the rest is history, ‘Still Got The Blues’ was an immense hit, followed by a series of classic modern blues albums. Bob, also known for his contributions to Rainbow and Ozzy Osbourne, was the driving force behind “Moore Blues For Gary”.

“In my opinion, Gary was one of the best guitarists who ever lived”, says Bob Daisley. “It was an honour for me to have worked with him and to have known him so well. When Gary passed away in 2011 the world lost one of the all-time greats. I don’t think that enough was said or done at the time to acknowledge the loss of such a great player so I took it upon myself to pay personal tribute to the man and record some new versions of his music, mostly from his blues catalogue.

I asked many members of the Gary Moore family tree, and some other great players, to contribute to the project. The response was not only encouraging, but very moving. It seems that the name Gary Moore is also synonymous with the words ‘respect’, ‘honour’ and ‘greatness’. I didn’t set out to recreate anything that Gary had done, or to compete in any way, these arrangements and performances represent a ‘hats off’ to Gary and nothing more. Long live the memory of Robert William Gary Moore. Yes, he was an­other ‘Bob’ – something that I wasn’t aware of for all of those years that I worked with him. I feel such gratitude towards the people who contributed to this album and I’m honoured to have worked with them all.”

John Sykes (ex-Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake) makes a triumphant return after a long absence with an uber-emotional rendition of ‘Still Got The Blues’, with the soulful vocals by Daniel Bowes (Thunder) complementing each other.
‘Parisienne Walkways’ is played by Steve Morse (Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs) and Ricky Warwick (Thin Lizzy, Black Star Riders, The Almighty), with the unlikely pair resulting in a miraculous chemistry.

Gary’s friends are here – his rocking keyboard / guitar / vocal sidekick Neil Carter sings ‘Empty Rooms’, which he co-wrote with Gary. Don Airey (Deep Purple, Rainbow) and Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple) had joined forces with Gary on numerous occasions, together with Eric Singer (Kiss) and Darrin Mooney (Primal Scream). Brush Shiels, the leader of Gary’s first professional band Skid Row, also makes an appearance.

Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio), Steve Lukather (Toto), Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow), Jeff Watson (Night Ranger), Damon Johnson (Black Star Riders, Alice Cooper) and Stan Webb (Chicken Shack) also unsparingly pour all their emotions to show their appreciation to Gary.

Gary’s sons Jack and Gus are also involved, playing guitar and singing on ‘This One’s For You’, showing that the ‘Blood Of Emeralds’ still runs their veins.
During his blues days, Gary made two albums to thank the guitarists that made him who he was: “Blues For Greeny” for Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac, and “Blues For Jimi” for Jimi Hendrix. Now this is his turn to be rewarded with an album full of love and respect.  We still got the blues for you.

 “Moore Blues For Gary”, due for a release on October 26th, 2018, is available to pre-order HERE

Tracklist
1. ‘THAT’S WHY I PLAY THE BLUES’
VOCALS – JON C. BUTLER; GUITARS – TIM GAZE; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; DRUMS – ROB GROSSER;    KEYBOARDS – CLAYTON DOLEY

2. ‘THE BLUES JUST GOT SADDER’
VOCALS – JOE LYNN TURNER; LEAD GUITAR – STEVE LUKATHER; RHYTHM GUITAR AND SLIDE GUITAR – TIM GAZE; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; DRUMS – ROB GROSSER; KEYBOARDS – CLAYTON DOLEY

3. ‘EMPTY ROOMS’
LEAD VOCAL, KEYBOARDS – NEIL CARTER; BASS GUITAR, HARMONICA, BACKING VOCALS – BOB DAISLEY;    DRUMS – ROB GROSSER;  GUITARS – ILLYA SZWEC; BACKING VOCALS – ROSANNA DAISLEY

4. ‘STILL GOT THE BLUES (FOR YOU)’
VOCALS – DANNY BOWES; GUITARS – JOHN SYKES; KEYBOARDS – DON AIREY; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY;    DRUMS – ROB GROSSER

5. ‘TEXAS STRUT’
VOCALS – BRUSH SHIELS; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; GUITARS – TIM GAZE; DRUMS – ROB GROSSER

6. ‘NOTHING’S THE SAME’
VOCALS – GLENN HUGHES; FRETLESS ACOUSTIC BASS – BOB DAISLEY; CELLO – ANA LENCHANTIN; GUITARS – LUIS MALDONADO

7. ‘THE LONER’
GUITARS – DOUG ALDRICH; DRUMS – ERIC SINGER; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; KEYBOARDS – DON AIREY

8. ‘TORN INSIDE’
VOCALS, LEAD GUITAR – STAN WEBB; BASS GUITAR, RIFF GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; DRUMS – DARRIN MOONEY;    KEYBOARDS – LACHLAN DOLEY

9. ‘DON’T BELIEVE A WORD’
VOCALS, LEAD GUITAR – DAMON JOHNSON; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; DRUMS – ROB GROSSER; RHYTHM GUITAR – ILLYA SZWEC

10. ‘STORY OF THE BLUES’
LEAD VOCAL – JON C. BUTLER; BASS GUITAR, RIFF GUITAR, BACKING VOCALS – BOB DAISLEY; LEAD AND RHYTHM GUITAR – TIM GAZE; DRUMS – ROB GROSSER; KEYBOARDS – LACHLAN DOLEY; BACKING VOCALS – ROSANNA DAISLEY

11. ‘THIS ONE’S FOR YOU’
VOCALS – GUS MOORE; LEAD GUITAR – JACK MOORE; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; DRUMS – ROB GROSSER;    RHYTHM GUITAR – ILLYA SZWEC

12. ‘POWER OF THE BLUES’
VOCALS – JOE LYNN TURNER; LEAD GUITAR – JEFF WATSON; BASS GUITAR, RIFF GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; DRUMS – DARRIN MOONEY; RHYTHM GUITAR – ILLYA SZWEC

13. ‘PARISIENNE WALKWAYS’
GUITARS – STEVE MORSE; VOCALS – RICKY WARWICK; BASS GUITAR – BOB DAISLEY; DRUMS – ROB GROSSER;    KEYBOARDS – CLAYTON DOLEY

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