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Brendan makes his solo debut at Milton Theatre with drum legend Rob Souter (Dynamic Hepnotics, Slim Dusty), jazz bass maestro Jonathan Zwartz and young WA guitarist Doug Nairn.

Funky, bluesy, gritty, a little bit country, a little bit rock n roll and 100% Brendo, Wine Island is the highly anticipated new double album by two-time ARIA award winner and Karma County front man Brendan Gallagher.

Brendo loves talking about the many people he’s mentored, collaborated with, promoted or produced over the course of his 30 years in the music business: ‘When I get excited about something, I want other people to get excited too.’ His modesty is genuine, as is his enthusiasm for the many great musicians with whom he has worked, from the late great Jimmy Little (Messenger) to Bernie Hayes and Jeremy Oxley (Sunnyboys).

The author of the internationally bestselling The Open Tuning Chord Book for Guitar, Brendan has also recorded with David Bowie, and you’ve heard his songs on the soundtrack of the popular television series Sea Change as well as films like Somersault, Clubland and The Boys are Back.

But with third solo album Wine Island, it’s Brendo’s own work back in focus: sweet, resonant and rocking, full of the trademark poetry and wit that’s made him one of Australia’s greatest and best-loved singer-songwriters. Wine Island is his greatest album yet.

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