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Claude Hay - Roller Coaster Tour 2016

When:

Sun 2 Oct 2016, 11:00am–11:45pm

Where: Cassegrain Wines, 764 Fernbank Creek Road, Port Macquarie, Port Macquarie Area

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General admission: $65.00
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Listed by: jon85

Celebrated independent blues rocker Claude Hay has announced plans to release his new long player “Roller Coaster” on September 8th.

It’s never been in doubt that Claude Hay knows his way around a hook, his 4th studio album Roller Coaster highlights Hay’s writing just as much as his unique guitar and vocal approach. From the stripped-back glam rock of the title track, gutter funk of Forget About Me and Bowie-meets-chain-gang eclecticism of a tune like Hold You Up - the Roller Coaster album is a tour-de-force from an artist at the peak of his craft, and one who’s not afraid to let his inner Hillbilly shine from time to time.

Finding time to write is always a challenge for Hay who spends most of his year on tour in Australia and Europe.

“I’m never really happy with anything I create and end up doing 15 versions of things until someone convinces me it’s good enough - so Roller Coaster took a while to write and demo. It’s also the first album I’ve written to be performed by a band - my previous albums were written knowing that they were going to be performed solo using loops - so it was inspiring being able to write whatever I wanted and have things like chord progressions, and verses that were different to the choruses”.

Roller Coaster is available in stores and online from September 8th through Only Blues Music and the launch takes Claude and his new band from the Sunshine Coast to Melbourne to WA.