Adam eaton
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Adam eaton

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Band Folk Singer/Songwriter


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Debut EP 'You and I and us' Released March 2012



Amy Bastow, JOYFM Melbourne- "His music can only be described as beautiful, well-crafted and touching."

Rave Magazine, Dan Dixon- "There's a distressing tendency in Aussie alt-country for vocalists to affect a Yankee twang, so It's nice to see Adam Eaton resisting this. Perhaps it's a result of homesickness (his debut EP was recorded in Norway) but, whatever the reason, the Melbournian brings a welcome authenticity. In under 15 minutes Adam Eaton has established himself as a compelling voice in a well-worn genre."

The Dwarf, Michael Clohesy- ”When you listen to 'You and I and Us', what is immediately apparent is the deceptively simple skill Eaton has in seamlessly switching between poignancy, whimsy, melancholia. 'You, and I and Us' is successful introduction to a new voice of this
genre, and Adam Eaton shows that he has a lot of potential, all wrapped in these 5 short songs of bittersweet beauty”

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia Adam Eaton is a singer/songwriter troubadour most recently based in Norway.

recently headed back to Australia during summer 2012 with an armful of beautiful songs that were bursting for release. His debut EP “You and I and Us” was released in Melbourne at The Toff in Town March 4, 2012.

Before heading off on his northern adventure, Adam had supported the likes of You Am I, Kram and played many locals shows at all of the classic venues around Melbourne. But with a desire for travel and change and with a fascination with the Scandinavian music scene, Adam decided to leave Australia to work on his song writing in Norway.

Arriving in Norway in 2010, Adam fell in the love with the country and the people so decided a change of scenery and fresh start was in order. He soon settled in to start work on his solo project with the help of some beautiful Norwegian musicians that gravitated to his atmospheric, country/folk infused songs and tender vocal style.

In July 2011 Adam and his Norwegian band mates piled into a van for a road trip to a little island off the west coast of
Norway to record his Debut EP in over just three days. Produced by Adam himself and with the engineering of talented Eivind Magnus Solberg, Adam and his band recorded live in the stunning surrounds. The recordings have now best been described as blending alternative country with modern folk and pop.

Following on from recording, late 2011 was a busy
time for Adam and his band with tours in both Oslo and Copenhagen, quickly generating a fan base across Scandinavia Once the EP was recorded, Eaton had the tracks mixed by trusted friend Roger Bergodaz (talented drummer for Tex
Perkins and The Dark Horses, and studio engineer for Sime Nugent, Jordie Lane and Tracey McNeil). Mastering was also taken care of in Melbourne by Adam Dempsey at Deluxe Mastering (CW Stoneking, Jordie Lane) and finally the EP titled “You and I and Us” has now been released throughout Australia with the first single off the EP "All mine" already getting radio play on Triple J Unearthed and community radio stations around the country.

2012 has seen the return of Adam Eaton to Australia joined by members of his Norwegian band and also Australian Pedal steel legend Garrett Costigan for the launch of his Debut solo EP “You and I and Us” in Melbourne @ The Toff in Town. Adam and his band also played shows at The Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne; Fuse Festival Adelaide; Tastes of Rutherglen Festival with Renee Geyer; and various concerts in Melbourne and Sydney.

From May 2012 Adam will head back to Scandinavia for festivals and tours before recording his Debut Album in Nashville with producer Skylar Wilson in September (who produced all the Justin Townes Earle records and Caitlin Rose) for a release in 2013.

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