PHIL JAMIESON ANNOUNCES NEW SHOWS+ MOSHCAM RELEASE EXCLUSIVE LIVE SET‘it swirls and stomps, it jangles and roars’Kathy McCabe, News Corp ‘It’s a right of passage for Australian rock ‘n’ roll frontment to eventually record solo albums, and Phil Jamieson has made an impressive entry into that canon’  – Phil Stafford (The AU Review) ‘He’s a great singer and extremely diverse, there’s a gentle side to his voice……then he’ll walk out into the audience without a microphone and unleash this almighty power’Chris Cheney (The Living End) ‘Crowd disappeared into the night with grins on their faces after witnessing an intimate rock show from the beloved troubadour Phil Jamieson.’ – Scenezine ‘His smooth voice calls you in for a great time. And yes, that’s what I had. The night was simply the best I could imagine’ – Poprock Radio ‘Jamieson flexes the upper reaches of his singable compass….transforming from Grinspoon’s frontman to ‘Somebody Else’ entirely’Beat – Bryget Chrisfield ‘exuberant’Russell Crowe  Australia’s most esteemed frontman with the legendary Grinspoon vocalist and guitarist Phil Jamieson has added new shows to finish out the year.  November see’s Phil join the line up for the Big Big Bonanza at Coffs Harbour, Small Fry Rock in Marrickville along with 10 year birthday celebrations for Crow Bar in Sydney and welcoming 2023 with shows at Pacific Palms Recreation Club and the Avalon RSL. With a horde of 2022 appearances onstage at various Aussie festivals helming Grinspoon, including Spring Loaded, Wallapalooza and Splendour In The Grass, Phil’s solo album celebratory launch tour saw Phil, along with band mates Davey Lane on guitar, Sam Raines on drums and Rob Muiños on bass roam across the country shaking  the crowds into a shimmering frenzy. The shows are off the back of his first ever solo album release ‘Somebody Else’ which debuted in the Top 10 Independent, Australian and Vinyl chart and includes co-production credits from friends Oscar Dawson of Holy Holy and Davey Lane of You Am I, the album and shows garnered and overwhelmingly positive response media and fans both old and new.What a bloody year it has been! It’s been such a thrill to release the record and tour and finally get these songs into orbit. Here are some groovy concerts to get too if that thing floats your boat or if not watch me on the internets thanks to Moshcam and Oxford Art Factory. – Phil Jamieson Earlier this year Moshcam recorded the live set from Sydney’s Oxford Arts Factory in August and today release the full show as part of their World Stage Project joining the likes of The Jungle Giants, Lime Cordiale and Ocean Alley amongst others.  Moshcam, the Australian based creator of the world’s largest library of live concert video performances from here and around the world, is celebrating the return of live music by spending 2022 focused on Australia. The World Stage project is dedicated to filming some of this country’s best and brightest and providing a platform for them to be seen around the world. WATCH HERE Tickets for all shows are available now from face and voice that would help shape and define the new wave of Australian alternative music back in the mid 90s, Phil’s tenure for over a quarter of a century fronting Lismore’s favourite sons Grinspoon, Phil’s distinctive lyrics and vocal stylings piloted the group’s instantaneous meteoric rise, with Grinspoon becoming the first act ‘Unearthed’ by triple j courtesy of their debut track Sickfest. Going on to command over one thousand live shows, 13 ARIA nominations, six consecutive Top 10 chart debuts and multi-platinum album sales, Grinspoon also continued to be triple j darlings over the years, with a whopping 17 tracks polling in multiple Hottest 100 countdowns, including the iconic anthem Chemical Heart which took out the #2 spot in 2002 as well as #63 in 2013’s Hottest 100 of All Time edition. An accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist, Phil’s live prowess hasn’t been strictly limited to a band setting, debuting his theatre chops in the 2017 Australian stage production of the Broadway musical American Idiot. Phil’s starring role in the Green Day-penned musical was extremely well received, as has been his more recent solo ventures, including the recently released debut solo album Somebody Else.From his staggering impact on the Australian musical landscape to his continued work as a solo artist, performer and philanthropist extraordinaire, merely labelling Phil a jack-of-all-trades would be entirely a disservice to this accomplished creative, who also shares an affinity for watching Judge Judy, coffee and “playing tennis badly”.Somebody Else, album is out now TICKETS ON SALE NOW  PHIL JAMIESON & BAND –TOUR DATES: Tickets from FRI 4 NOV | THE BIG BONANZA, COFFS HARBOUR SAT 5 NOV | SMALL FRY ROCK, THE GREAT CLUB, MARRICKVILLE SUN NOV 20 | CROWBAR, SYDNEY THUR 5 JAN | PACIFIC PALMS RECREATION CLUB FRI 6 JAN | AVALON RSL CLUB

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