The Big Apple Credits
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The best kept secret in music

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Fly by Night's successful and sell out gig was the platform for the launch of the Big Apple Credits new six track EP. Meeting their rising acclaim head on, with their body pounding, attitude laden blues rock, TBAC gave their best performance ever.
Despite their retro influences, they sounded fres and full of frothing enthusiasm and unbridled joy; every note accompanied by giddy euphoria, as frontman Johnny revealed his inner Robert Plant and guitarist max's riffs ricocheted around the room. - Western Telegraph


Discography

Debut self titled six track EP

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Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Jonny Williams - Vocals & Guitar - In appearance he is a young Van Morrison but with a tousled off-hand charm, his voice; a blues rasp in waiting. Within his clutches is a 1986 Fender Stratocaster that sings to the crowd as he plays his slick blues-rock rhythm.

Max Upton - Vocals & Guitar - executes confidences as he plays. Embraced within his hands, a Gibson Les Paul along with 1970 Carlsbro amplification. He crosses blues with the rock n’ roll of the seventies to create what has been described as a blues-rock racket. Over the harmonious rhythm, he plays the most beautiful, but melodic solos to produce the unique BAC sound.

Chris Owen - Bass - in years to come a classic rock legend - a man of simple tastes and melodic bass riffs. He only has time for love, peace and music.

Chris Aldrich - Drums & Percussion - likes the bottle, the sound and the women. He is trapped in a world of extravagant psychedelic drum beats.

Formed in August 2003 the Big Apple Credits developed their sound and with the introduction of Johnny and Chirs O the band started to gig early in 2004 their rise has been meteoric the most memorable experience was headlining the 2005 Boxing Day Bash (Queen’s Hall, Narberth) and playing to a sell-out audience, then playing the acoustic night the day after (Queen’s Hall, Narberth) for another sell-out gig.

This was only the beginning with the release of thier 6-track EP (self-titled) which was recorded by the legendary Tim Hamil. The band played two more sell out gigs. The EP itself is already selling like hot cakes and with the band now touring these sales are set to rise.

Taking influences from The Beatles, The Who, AC/DC, Joe Cocker, Rory Gallagher, Led Zeppelin, T.Rex, Santana, Pink Floyd but with their own unique 'blues rock with attitude' the Big Apple Credits are a band to watch out for.