Artist info

Genre

Rock


band members

Sue-Anne Stewart


Influences

Fleetwood Mac, Beth Orton, JJ Cale, The Rolling Stones,


Website

www.sue-annestewart.com

Gig

Sue-Anne Stewart

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

24 Apr

Milk Factory - Sin...

Brisbane, 4101

Brisbane

10:00pm

Gig

Sue-Anne Stewart

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

2 May

Scarborough Origin...

Brisbane, 4020

Redcliffe

2:00pm

Bio

Australian born singer/songwriter Sue-Anne Stewart, calls Queensland’s Sunshine Coast home and it is there among the glistening waves and sunshine that she draws inspiration for her music.

Following the success with her 2013 Album Gypsy Blood and performances at Falls and Woodford Festival, she has returned, pushing comfort zones with her much anticipated new single "Gloomy Days".

Transitioning from acoustic to electric guitar, Stewart showcases her versatile and exciting new sound that she has been developing over the past few years.

Produced in Byron Bay by Jordan Power, (Angus and Julia Son, Ash Grunwald,
Kasey Chambers, Dope Lemon) Stewart expresses that "The story behind the song
is basically about going through the up’s and downs of life with someone you love,
and wishing they could see how much you love and believe in them.”
Stewart says, moving away from her acoustic roots and solid folk heritage, her
recent transition from acoustic to electric guitar has been a smooth one. "I
remember coming home and playing "Gloomy Days" on the electric guitar, and it
was like wow, this is 'Rock and Roll'."

Captivating audiences around the globe with her emotive live performances, Sue-Anne has also been nominated in the finals of the QLD Music Awards and showcased at the Canadian and Australian Music Week. Sue-Anne has performed shows in Australia, Europe, Canada, and the U.S. She has also graced stages with the likes of Ash Grunwald, Mat McHugh (The Beautiful Girls), Bobby Alu, Sandi Thom, Caravana Sun and Oka.

Review

Review by Kath Devaney Kath Devaney

19 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

Spacey Byron Bay bluesy surf rockabilly with grit! Not so gloomy days with this corker on repeat.

Spacey Byron Bay bluesy surf rockabilly with grit! Not so gloomy days with this corker on repeat.