Hamish Joins the Summerfest 2017 Line Up
Apr
12
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Hamish Joins the Summerfest 2017 Line Up

Hamish will be taking the stage July 7, 2017 at Summerfest in Milwaukee. He will be joining headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Bob Dylan and many more. You can get your tickets here.

Hamish is added to the Ottawa Bluesfest Line Up
Apr
4
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Hamish is added to the Ottawa Bluesfest Line Up

Hamish will be joining Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Gary Clark Jr., Tegan and Sarah, and many others this summer at the Ottawa Bluesfest. This is Hamish's second time playing the Ottawa Bluesfest and it takes place in Ottawa, Ontario July 6 - July 16. You can get your tickets here.

Popdose Reviews Hamish's Debut Album Trouble
Mar
31
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Popdose Reviews Hamish's Debut Album Trouble

Popdose's Rob Ross refers to Trouble as "Enjoyable and mesmerizing." He also exclaims, "Just from the opening notes of the title track, which kicks off the album in a very Stones-y way, you’re immediately draw in. The soulful sound of Hammond B-3 puts the groove in the pocket and the guitar punches and on-the-one solos are top notch." Read the entire review here.

Hamish is Included in Yahoo! Music's 2017 SXSW Review
Mar
19
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Hamish is Included in Yahoo! Music's 2017 SXSW Review

Upon the news of Chuck Berry's death, Hamish, among other artists, took the stage to play a tribute to the legend. Yahoo! Music states, "Melbourne blues-rock troubadour Hamish Anderson (one of Yahoo Music’s picks for top 10 new artists of 2016) also performed the standard...['Johnny B. Goode']— because, obviously, the sound of Chuck Berry is universal." You can read the full review here.

Libro Musica Reviews Hamish at SXSW
Mar
17
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Libro Musica Reviews Hamish at SXSW

Libro Musica reviews Hamish at SXSW this year stating, "Listening to him perform one realizes that Hamish Anderson is doing honor to blues greats like BB King every moment that he is on stage." and "His music also has an old school feel to it, that gives it a timeless blues feel. He stays “true to the blues” while rocking his way through his original songs." Check out the full article here.

Glide Magazine Reviews Hamish's SXSW Showcase
Mar
15
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Glide Magazine Reviews Hamish's SXSW Showcase

Neil Ferguson from Glide Magazine reviews Hamish's official SXSW showcase on Tuesday, March 14 at Cooper's BBQ. He writes "The young guitarist is a true talent and his set hit the crowd like salvation, showing us we can expect big things from him in the coming years." Check out the entire review here.

Mountain Jam Festival Adds Hamish to Their Lineup
Feb
11
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Mountain Jam Festival Adds Hamish to Their Lineup

Hamish will be joining headliners Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Steve Miller Band, Gary Clark Jr among many others at this year's Mountain Jam Festival. The festival takes place June 16, 2017 - June 18, 2017 in Hunter Mountain, New York. You can get your tickets here.

Hamish Featured on Blues Rock Review
Jan
16
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Hamish Featured on Blues Rock Review

Website "Blues Rock Review" has given Hamish's album Trouble a rousing review, giving it a 9/10! Here is what they had to say:

Trouble is a mellow album that digs a deep groove and fills it with cotton balls. It feels effortless and yet hits the bulls-eye with every toss.

Read the full review HERE: http://bit.ly/2izGrkd

Daily Vault Album Review of Trouble
Dec
30
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Daily Vault Album Review of Trouble

"... it’s all about the vibe. Anderson has a vision and, yes, a vibe that he’s able to recreate at will. Hamish Anderson is the real deal and the album marks him as a talent to watch." - Daily Vault

PureVolume Premiers "Hold On Me" Video
Nov
28
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PureVolume Premiers "Hold On Me" Video

PureVolume has premiered Hamish's video for "Hold On Me".

His latest video for "Hold On Me" sees him jamming on-stage, while the rest of the clip pays ode to the classic Martin Scorese flick Taxi Driver. Some fun facts about the clip include Jim Scott makes a cameo appearance as the producer like Scorsese, while Richie Brancatsiano from ABC’s “Chasing Life” plays the Travis Bickle character.

Click HERE to check out the full video.

Hamish Featured on "Bass Is My Boyfriend"
Nov
18
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Hamish Featured on "Bass Is My Boyfriend"

The site Bass Is My Boyfriend has reviewed Hamish's album Trouble and had this to say:

"Anderson sounds like Coldplay’s Chris martin impersonating the Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner, which is absolutely not a bad thing. In fact, it describes Anderson’s vocal balance between lofty, echo-ish sentimentality (Martin) and more mid-octave, tenor swagger (Turner)."

Visit the link HERE to read the full review!

"Trouble" Reviewed by The Vinyl District
Nov
14
12:00 pm12:00

"Trouble" Reviewed by The Vinyl District

Hamish's album Trouble was recently reviewed by The Vinyl District and here is what they had to say: 

Hamish Anderson, Trouble (Kobalt/AWAL) From Melbourne and currently residing in LA, this is Anderson’s debut studio LP after a couple of EPs and live album. Noted for his guitar prowess, he’s undoubtedly got chops, but the accolade ultimately isn’t about flash. Instead it relates to his bluesy approach; citing Albert, B.B. and Freddie King as influences, the trifecta underscores a decidedly pro-like sophistication. Roping in over a half-dozen session heavies, the songwriting here is impressive and the results likeable a la Petty or the Black Crowes, but I’ll confess to needing a higher ratio of grit. B

Check out the full article HERE

New England Music News- Trouble Review
Nov
7
9:00 am09:00

New England Music News- Trouble Review

The New England Music News has reviewed Hamish's new album "Trouble". Here is what they had to say...

"Anderson’s songs are an amazing array of some pretty kick ass blues and old school rock and roll with a little bit of contemporary alternative rock tossed in. It’s the blues that hits you were you live in this album. Do yourself a favor and get into Trouble. It’s well worth falling into."

To read the full review click the link HERE