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delivery boy

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Debut Album - Delivery Boy 'News of a Storm'. on FireChain Records 2009. It's Great.



Delivery Boy is an independent singer/songwriter, whose songs delve into personal takes on life and issues with living in today’s world. His music is laced with inspiring harmonies, acoustic guitars, and the sounds of swirling organs. He has an ear for music and a style for sound. His songs take you on a journey through any little mistakes or mishap’s that you’ll face in life, and delivered with such passion and honesty, will make you realise that everyone goes to hell and back.

He recorded his first song years ago, with well known Australian singer songwriter Mick Thomas, of ‘Weddings, Parties, Anything’. This gave him the creative drive to write more and further develop his own style of music. Which I believe he has proven on his debut album release ‘News of a Storm’. Recorded in an old friends home studio, the sound is crisp and engaging. Having written the whole album over the last few years, the eleven tracks are captivating, and tell the stories of a rural country up bringing, life as a young adult int 21st Century and the problems one may face through life that we can all relate to.

He has completed many short courses in the last 5 years, one taught by the extremely successful Clare Bowditch, which furthered his skills in Self-Management and Promotion. He learnt the basic techniques for getting his sound out there, and independently promoting his music.

He has entered many song-writing competitions over the years. Competing as a finalist at the NMIT Songwriting Competition was a real achievement for him. Playing for the first time in front of industry professionals, he is now ready to take on the Australian music industry.

Delivery Boy’s soul punching voice will make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck. His crafty songwriting and upfront lyrics draw the audience in, taking them upward, inward and the long way around.

Personal, rare, challenging and hopeful are some words that best describe his latest release; it’s easy listening, one of a kind and sure to please.