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Morgan Bain

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Fri 30 Sep 2016, 8:00pm–11:45pm

Where: Indian Ocean Hotel, 27 Hastings St, Scarborough, Western Australia

Restrictions: 18+

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Morgan just keeps getting better and better every time he comes back to the Indi Bar, catch him while you can in these intimate live shows.

Alternative soul tunesmith Morgan Bain is a multi award winning songwriter, performer and vocalist whose live performances are captivating and reveal a sensibility that showcase his skills in a fusion of style that is unmistakably his own.

The multi-instrumentalist who at just twenty years of age is blowing audiences away with his talent already has a few EP's under his belt produced at The Wastelands with ARIA award winning producer Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe) and Soundbaker Studio with Rob Agostini.

Bain’s debut EP “Another Day” received rave reviews nationally and sold out in just 8 weeks with the award winning track gaining radio play. His next self titled release was toured to the East Coast, with award winning single “I Think I’ve Got You” gaining radio play around the Country, including high rotation in WA.

The upbeat soul influenced single “In the Middle” from his latest release spent weeks in the AMRAP/AIRIT Top 10 Great Southern Charts and was co-written with Joel Quartermain, proving Bain's musical diversity and continuing to boost his fan base.

Recently launching a music video for new single ‘Why Don’t You Stay’, self described as an ‘alternative moody soul’ sound, 2015 has been huge with him hitting the road with his band for a successful National Tour, after showcasing his music on the main stage at the prestigious West Coast Blues’n’Roots Festival. ‘Why Don’t You Stay’ spent weeks dominating the AMRAP/AIRIT Top 10 Metro and Regional Charts and has been embraced by radio around the country.

The charismatic front man known for his incredible vocals is backed by his band which include dynamic musicians Adam Springhetti (bass), Teischa Jones (guitar, keys and vocals) and Andy Pearson (drums) and their stellar live performances are talked about long after they leave the stage.
A winner of multiplE West Australian Music Industry awards his song writing talents have also been acknowledged on a global level several times reaching final status in the International Songwriting Competition (us), Unsigned Only (us), John Lennon Songwriting Competition (us), International Acoustic Music Awards (us) and Winning the Singeruniverse “Best Vocalist ” (US).

Bain’s profile and recognition as a talented performer has steadily grown supporting artists such as Pete Murray, Missy Higgins, Cold Chisel, Icehouse, Xavier Rudd, Sarah Blasco, Eskimo Joe, Ash Grunwald and Thirsty Merc as well as being a regular on the festival circuit in Australia.

“...one of WA’s most inspirational and energetic talents...delivered the vocals worthy of some of soul’s biggest names...his talents are unparalleled in local music today...” - Tom Munday, Colosoul Magazine

“Another strong single...the man’s tones are superb and his voice contains a maturity well beyond his years. Keep an eye on him” – The Music.com.au

“With so much talent and musical promise his star looks set to shine as a songwriting troubadour ....” - Nat Salvo, Faster Louder

www.morganbain.com.au
https://www.triplejunearthed.com/artist/morgan-bain
instagram.com/morganbainmusic