Country / folk artist, Paul Reid has just released his second EP Nowhere Towns, which features John Bedggood from The Wilson Pickers and who also played on Bernard Fanning’s Tea and Sympathy.
Have a listen to his work here.
To coincide with the release, Paul chatted with us about his his top 5 Adelaide folk / roots artists.
The Skeleton Club – An amazing wall of harmonies. It’s not easy to mix genres together but they do it so well; it’s very catchy music. How often can a band define their genre as Country Latin/folk/ gospel!
Tom West – A wonderful song writer. His music is just beautiful. His voice gets me every time.
The Timbers – Banjos and horns – not everyone would say that works, but they obviously haven’t listened to the Timbers yet. Their music is so uplifting!
Hana and Jessie-Lee – These girls have nailed that old time country twang. Great vocals and harmonies!
Emily Davis – Listening to Emily’s lyrics and storytelling in her songs is captivating.
Nowhere Towns is available now through independent record label Boundary Records.