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Jordie Lane – here he comes

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On the eve of his return to Australia for a monster 20-day run, Jordie Lane unleashed his video for the single Here She Comes in the leadup to his EP Not Built to Last.

Reviews are already rolling in for the EP, recorded with a who’s who of musicians in the States where Lane has been based for the last twelve months. Lane has embraced a classic 70s aesthetic, with producer Skylar Wilson (Justin Townes Earle, Caitlin Rose, Wanda Jackson) giving his songs an international feel without losing the trademark intimacy and emotion.

Jordie-Lane-1With strong support from DIG, ABC Local and community radio around the country, the EP is being lauded as a landmark in the career of the acclaimed singer/songwriter.

The extensive tour with Canadian Juno award winner Old Man Luedecke will kick off on Adelaide and Perth later this month before hitting Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria, ACT and New South Wales, winding up at the Mullumbimby Music Festival.

See Jordie tonight at the Mullum Ex-Services Club.

 

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 

 

 


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