Australian blues musician Ash Grunwald will give a concert in Bathurst on January 30 | western avocado

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Acclaimed Australian blues guitarist and songwriter Ash Grunwald is set to touch down in Bathurst later this month for a set of sweet melodies designed to push his sound in a new direction. Grunwald will appear in Bathurst as part of a mini-tour in support of his upcoming eleventh studio album, Shout Into the Noise, which has seen the seasoned musician challenge himself and break into new territory. READ ALSO: Renzaglia Wines To Host Live Music Event At The Winery In February According To Grunwald, Audiences Can Expect An Intimate Solo Concert With “A Million Guitars”. “With 10 studio albums already, there’s a long way to go, but there will also be a few songs from the new record that I’m really excited to share,” he said. “It was fun to be able to perform the songs in a more relaxed format, and I can’t wait to see how Bathurst reacts to the performance.” Shout Into the Noise is set for release on March 11 and has already produced two singles: “I Want You to Know” and “Good Thing”. READ ALSO: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Exhibits Draw Thousands This Summer A third single, the title track “Shout Into the Noise,” is set to be released this Friday. Grunwald said the album had been ready for a while, but was delayed due to “all the craziness going on in the world”. [COVID-19]. “Almost all of the songs on the record were co-written with other artists, and the collaborative process allowed me to showcase different facets of my music,” he said. “Not all the songs are ‘super bluesy’, and the sound on this record is certainly more valuable than anything I’ve done before.” The collaborative aspect of Shout Into the Noise will serve as a fitting follow-up to 2020’s Push the Blues Away, which saw Grunwald team up with fellow blues extraordinaire Josh Teskey to produce Australia’s first top 10 album for the two in as solo artists. “The blues genre is so versatile and multifaceted, and I’ve especially enjoyed seeing more musicians infuse the blues with other styles, because that’s something I really set out to accomplish in the mid-2000s. as my career was beginning.” said Grünwald. READ ALSO: Slight Change To Bathurst Aussie Day Plans For 2022 “I’m still shocked to see the intro themes of these Netflix shoot-em-up shows mixing blues with deep beats and, sometimes, hip-hop, I’m glad blues fusion has become a thing.” Grunwald has six top 50 albums, two APRA Awards. Additionally, he has been nominated for five ARIA Awards and four AIR Awards, and was named Best International Actor at the LA Music Critic Awards in 2014. He will perform at Victoria Bathurst on Sunday, January 30 from 2 p.m. Tickets are $50 or $25 if you choose to use a Discover NSW voucher. For more information, visit the Victoria’s Facebook page. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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