Thu Oct 24
Live @ The Armidale Club
Lachlan Bryan is a Melbourne, Victoria native with a heart steeped in the drama and imagery of country, roots and Americana music. He emerged in 2009 as front man and songwriter for The Wildes – a band that quickly established themselves as a unique crossover act with elements of old-school country, dustbowl balladry and nu-folk never far from the surface
2012 and 2013 alone Lachlan performed standout performances at Bluesfest, Gympie Muster and Apollo Bay festivals among many others. He supported US greats Steve Earle, John Hiatt and Paul Thorn here in Australia and toured extensively in the US. Lachlan has collected a swag of song writing accolades and glowing reviews for his live work and debut solo album featuring Kasey Chambers and has recently released his new album in September 2013 that has already garnered 5 star reviews and debut at #8 on iTunes Country Chart.
‘The genius of Shadow of the Gun finds its rightful successor in Black Coffee, with its roiling, rollicking tales of humans gone wrong and trying to do right, delivered in Lachlan’s rich, complex voice.’ Sophie Hamley –Country Music Blog
“…whilst Lachlan has his influences, he is the one that the next generation of artists will be compared to «««««” Chris Snow, Joy FM
“…imagine Nick Cave fronting Steve Earle’s band The Dukes and you’ll have gone some way towards understanding LachlanBryan and The Wildes «««««” Jason Walker, musician and author of Gods Own Singer: A Life of Gram Parsons