Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


Sounds like


band members

Adrian Calvano - Pipes, Guitar Matty Pitman - Violin Shane Baker - Bass Gav Kelly - Skins Jase Mulley - Guitar


Influences

Anyone we have met on our journey


Bio

Upcoming shows - 2nd, 3rd Nov. - Maldon Folk Festival 23rd Nov. - Queenscliff Music Festival 7th Dec. - The Barley Corn (Collingwood) 21st Dec. - Mojos (Hamilton) 27th, 28th, 31st Dec. - The Star of the West (Port Fairy) 1st Jan. - The Star of the West (Port Fairy) A five-piece rare alternative/folk outfit, sticking to their southern stomp roots their journey is to develop and spread an Australian Folk sound. The front man is unpredictable and raw vocalist Adrian Calvano, who also wields the guitar, wild-bearded Shane Baker is on the bass, Matty “Fiddler” Pitman has the crowd enchanted with his violin, Jase Mulley electrifies on lead guitar and skin-slapping Gavin Kelly is the man with the sticks. A track from their debut EP, The Keep On Keepin’ On EP proved an instant hit with fans, 'SHE FEELS LIKE HOME', debuting at No.1 on the Triple J Unearthed charts. This resulting in their first video 'We’re On Our Way' filmed by ABC & Triple J, which has been aired in RAGE. An exciting year looms for Buddha in a Chocolate Box in 2013, with constant gigging and studio releases ahead. With well over 3000 fans on Facebook, and constantly playing to sold-out audiences in Port Fairy and Melbourne, Buddha in a Chocolate Box are on their way... Latest Achievements – Debuted No. 1 on Triple J Unearthed Charts ‘She Feels Like Home’ Finished 2nd in Guinness Live Nationals (Australia) Supported – British India (upcoming), Ash Grunwald, James Reyne, Dave Larkin, Henry Wagons, Potbellez, Monique Brumby Film clip produced by ABC (won through Triple J unearthed) and has been aired on RAGE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GB7CIXBxosI Festivals – Queenscliff Music Festival 2014 (upcoming), Maldon Folk Festival 2014 (upcoming), Grampians Grape Escape 2012/13, Dunkeld Mosaic Festival, Kangaroo Island Festival Played Venues – Cherry Bar (Melbourne), Star of the West (Port Fairy), Hi Fi Bar (Melbourne), Vineyard (St.Kilda), Grumpys (Melbourne), Whalers (Warrnambool), Gaelic Club (Sydney), PJ Obrien’s (Melbourne), Stump (Port Fairy), Robe Hotel (Robe), The Coolangatta Hotel (Coolangatta),

Review

Reviewed by Sarah Howells Sarah Howells

13 Feb 2014

Triple J
30

Nice rolling roo...

Nice rolling roots tune...

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Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

12 Feb 2014

Triple J
30

Solid folk with ...

Solid folk with a stirring vibe to it.

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Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

10 Feb 2014

Triple J
30

My favourite of ...

My favourite of your songs, it's got a beautiful pace to it and I love that violin. Nice one guys.

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