Warren Earl plays shy electric guitarist Luther Perkins

  • Artist: Warren Earl
  • Release Date: Friday, 16 March 2012
  • Genre: Western Swing
  • Production by: Independent
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Warren Earl has a guitar style of his own that reminds you of being back in the 50’s when there were gentleman guitarists that were truly fine at their work. Be prepared for authentic 1950’s American Roots with a combo of Western Swing, Rockabilly, Jazz, Rhythm & Blues!

Known for his top of the class guitar playing Warren Earl is re-creating the lost sounds from the likes of Bob Wills to Blind Boy Fuller with a diverse set list and dynamic approach. 

Warren Earl is based in Byron Bay and he has played at many festivals across Australia, including: Falls, Mullumbimby Music Festival, Splendour In The Grass, Garterbelts and Gasoline, Cooly Rocks On, Out On The Weekend Festival, Brisbane Gangster Ball, Blues On Broadbeach, Blues at Bridgetown, Woodford Folk Festival, and Broadbeach Country Music Festival. 

In "I Hear That Train a-Comin' : The Johnny Cash Story" Warren plays shy electric guitarist Luther Perkins.

 

 

 

 

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    Warren Earl

    Warren Earl is a virtuoso guitarist now based in Byron Bay. He has appeared at many festivals across Australia, including: Falls, Mullumbimby Music Festival, Splendour In The Grass, Garterbelts and Gasoline, Cooly Rocks On, Out On The Weekend Festival, Brisbane Gangster Ball, Blues On Broadbeach, Blues at Bridgetown, Woodford Folk Festival, and Broadbeach Country Music Festival.

    Known for his top class guitar playing Warren Earl has a sound of his own that is authentically retro and he has bought that sensibility to his role as Johnny Cash's original guitarist Luther Perkins in the show.

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