Bridesmaids is my debut solo album. More info here.
711 High St, Thornbury, 5 pm
I'm sharing this early Saturday evening spot with Ellen Fish. Ellen’s style ranges from poignant folk to songs with country, blues, gospel and world influences. Her songs explore local Australian themes and create personal inner landscapes. While known for her haunting voice singing songs of love and loss, Ellen also entertains with some light hearted quirky tunes and a few of her favourite folk and country covers.
I, on the other hand, will be bringing my quirky and poignant songs about love, loss, politics, life, death, cultural imperialism, propaganda, violence, and redemption to life through my favourite vintage electric guitar and compact tube amp: haunting ballads, classic power pop, and a couple of outright rockers to liven the atmosphere.
635 High St, Thornbury, from 5 pm
Double-header with Christina Green. More info to come.
Apart from Bridesmaids, I've done a few demo recordings recently that are destined for some future album… check the music page
I’ve unearthed a video of me playing my song “Hinterland” at the 2016 Maldon Folk Festival
There’re more videos on the music page
(Demos and incomplete recordings)
The End of the World
Objects In the Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear
The Lucky Ones
A Dozen Ways to Fall Out of the Sky (demo)
All songs © Dean Lombard