It’s been a pretty busy couple of months for myself and the Star Maker team. Not too many shows to chat about but we have been busy with the release of my debut album. Its finally out and ready for your ears.
Releasing the video clip for Lake House was an awesome achievement through this period. It’s a clip that myself, my management team and the Lewis Bros. worked really hard on and a clip we are all really proud of. I wanted it to take you on a journey that was true to the song and the location it was written and showcase my home of the NSW Snowy Mountains. I think we achieved this and the reception has been fantastic.
The album is out!
It’s been such a long process writing, recording and producing this album and I’m really proud of the way this record is presented. Working with Matt Fell in the studio was a bloody good time. I learnt so much from him and look forward to working together again in the future.
Being a little quiet on the gig front doesn’t mean the hustle has settled down. Once the end of May comes around I will be pretty much on the road for the rest of the year…. YES!!!
I’m super excited to finally play all these songs live to as many people as I can, around the country. An extensive list of shows for the rest of the year is about to be announced so keep an eye out on BradCoxOfficial.com to find out if we are playing near you.
I caught up with a lovely lady named Sue Mulholland from Jands Australia, a sponsor of Star Maker, and she hooked me up with some new microphones and kit to test out on the road this year. Big thanks to Shure and Jands for the gifts.
I’m home in Jindabyne writing this, and it’s nice to be here for more than 24 hours, which is usually the case. It’s bloody cold down here at the moment with the first snow falls of the season. I took the Toyota RAV 4 up for a run in the snow with my nan and got some great photos.
Anyway, I’m looking forward to seeing everyone at one of my shows real soon and playing the songs from my debut album. It’s been a busy year so far and there are plenty of kilometres on the horizon.
Keep your expressions low, and your shades minimal.