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Gwyn Ashton Solo

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Sat 2 Apr 2016, 7:00pm

Where: Berri Hotel, Riverview Dr, Berri, Riverland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Ashton’s full-on, hardcore contemporary blues show is powerful and dynamic and interlaced with semi-acoustic lap slide and 12-string pieces where he blends in ethnic dance rhythms, beats and grooves. Giving 100% relentless energy and drive at each show, he is a unique force to be reckoned with, so be prepared for Gwyn Ashton to rock the house.

An inductee in the ‘South Australian Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’, ex Swanee, Stevie Wright, Jim Keays axeman Ashton grew up playing the Australian circuit. He now records, tours and plays festivals and venues all over the world from his Euro base. He has had two albums simultaneously on the Amazon ‘Top 100 Albums’ chart and has many ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Album of the Month’ credits to his name from seven released albums. One of his endosements includes his own signature guitar that he designed for Italian company Liutart.

Ashton has toured with BB King, Ray Charles, Buddy Guy, Mick Taylor, Rory Gallagher, Peter Green, Junior Wells, Johnny Winter, Canned Heat, Robin Trower, Je Healey, The Yardbirds, Status Quo, Magnum and many others. He has recorded with Kim Wilson, Robbie Blunt, Chris Glen/Ted McKenna (SAHB, MSG), Don Airey (Deep Purple, Whitesnake, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne) and Gerry McAvoy & Brendan O'Neill (Rory Gallagher). Ashton replaced Thin Lizzy/Motörhead guitarist Brian Robertson fronting Band Of Friends - a memorial to Rory Gallagher featuring Gerry, Brendan, Lou Martin and Mark Feltham, his former band members.