Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock, Roots


Sounds like

Eddie Vedder, Milky Chance, John Butler


band members

Jack Biilmann- Guitars, Vocals, Percussion Joe Biilmann- Drums Todd Gregory- Bass


Influences

The Beautiful Girls, Boo Seeka, John Butler, Sublime, Kurt Vile, The Kings Of Leon, Ash Grunwald, Incubus, City & Colour, Silverchair


Unearthed artists we like

PJ Michael & The Banditas


Website

soundcloud.com/jackbiilmann

Bio

Jack Biilmann grew up in Pambula Beach on the south coast of New South Wales and quickly discovered he had an ear for music. His natural ability shone as while he finished school and culminated in 2011 in forming ska punk band The Second Hand Salmon.

After much deliberation Biilmann decided to pursue opportunities as a solo artist, in February 2015 Myself To Blame was released. The record is the product of the hard work and tenacity of one of Australia’s fastest rising young guitarists, a blend of blues, roots and grounded folk, Myself To Blame shines a light on Biilmann’s versatility as a songwriter and his prowess as a guitarist.

The last 5 years has seen Biilmann play over 200 live shows per year while sharing the stage with some of the country’s biggest artists including Tash Sultana,Ian Moss, Sarah Mcleod (The Superjesus), Mat Mchugh(The Beautiful Girls), Jay Whalley ( Frenzal Rhomb), Bootleg Rascal, and Kim Churchill, as well as performing as part of the ACT’s showcase at BIGSOUND, Australia’s national music industry conference.

"Already on the map as one of the countries elite guitarists" Rhythms Magazine

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

27 Oct 2019

Triple J
35

There’s never been a better time to be making country music in Australian than the present with the charts and pubs both reflecting a hunger from the public for the sound. Jack Biilman seems to be doing it as well as some of the best so I’ll be interested to see if this kicks off!

There’s never been a better time to be making country music in Australian than the present with the charts and pubs both reflecting a hunger from the public for the sound. Jack Biilman seems to be doing it as well as some of the best so I’ll be interested to see if this kicks off!

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

22 Oct 2019

Triple J
35

a stomping, bluesy one that rejoices.

a stomping, bluesy one that rejoices.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

21 Oct 2019

Triple J
35

Lots of positive movement in this one! Big fan of that harmonica!

Lots of positive movement in this one! Big fan of that harmonica!