Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Roots


Sounds like

John Butler, Angus Stone, Paul Kelly, Bob Dylan


band members

James Bennett


Influences

John Butler, Angus Stone, Paul Kelly, Bob Dylan


Website

jamesbennettmusic.com

Bio

James Bennett is an Alternative Roots/ Folk artist from Newcastle NSW. 

No stranger to playing live, he plays over 100 shows per year.
James incorporates many different elements into his performances including Weissenborn Lap Steel, 11 & 6 string guitars, stomp box, foot tambourine, harmonica & a unique vocal style.
The last few years James has warmed up the stage for much loved Australian artists such as The John Butler Trio, Diesel, Jeff lang, Wendy Matthews, Ian Moss, The Black Sorrows, Vika & Linda Bull, Rick Price & Dan Sultan. This list also extends to some well know international artists like Newton Faulkner (UK) & Canned Heat (USA).
James is currently working on his third studio album set to be released in mid 2019 featuring ex John Butler Trio Drumer/ Percussionist Michael Barker!
James Bennett is proudly endorsed by Cole Clark guitars, D’Addario strings & is an Ambassador for Grand Flavour Clothing.

Contact: jamesbennettbookings@gmail.com

Website: www.jamesbennettmusic.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/jamesbennettmusic
Instagram: @jamesbennettmusic

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

18 Jun 2019

Triple J
35

Nice songwriting from you James! Good lift in the chorus; you've dressed the skeleton up real good.

Nice songwriting from you James! Good lift in the chorus; you've dressed the skeleton up real good.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

12 Jun 2019

Triple J
40

Wow! such a beautiful ride-along tune, I can't fault this, I could also listen to this for hours on end.

Wow! such a beautiful ride-along tune, I can't fault this, I could also listen to this for hours on end.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

22 May 2019

Triple J
45

I can hear early JBT element coming through this track but, I think it stands on its own and is pretty killer.

I can hear early JBT element coming through this track but, I think it stands on its own and is pretty killer.