Bringin’ it Backwards: Interview with Hamish Anderson

We had the opportunity to interview Hamish Anderson at the Belly Up!

“Named a “Top 10 Best New Guitarist in the World” by Total Guitar, roots rock artist Hamish Anderson (guitarist/singer/songwriter) hails from Melbourne, Australia.

In October 2016 he released his critically acclaimed debut album, Trouble, produced and mixed by Grammy-winner Jim Scott (Tom Petty). The first single “Trouble” released in April 2016, still appears on Spotify’s Blues & Roots Rock Official playlist. In 2017, “U”, Hamish’s third single, was added to KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic and became their Top 5 track of the week as well as “Best of Week” on Apple Music in Australia and Japan.

In 2018, Hamish released, “No Good,” the first single from his sophomore album, Out of My Head. Picking up were “Trouble” left off with heavier rock riffs and even more attitude, “No Good” was featured on Billboard. Three songs from Out of My Head are on Spotify’s Nu Blues Official Playlist.

After supporting Grammy winner Gary Clark Jr. on his Australian tour in April 2019, where he sat in nightly for Gary’s encores, Hamish returned to the US to perform at Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis and released his sophomore album, Out of My Head.

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CREDITS:
THEME SONG: SCOTT RUSSO & DESIGN: OSCAR RODRIGUEZ & PHOTO: ELAINE TORRES

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