Climbing Up From Down Under

13 May
Heath Cullen

Heath Cullen: The best thing from Down Under
since Nick Cave

Heath Cullen is set for significant things further a field of his home in New South Wales, Australia. Following his debut album “A Storm Was Coming But I Didn’t Feel Nothing” with his band The 45 (2011), his second “The Still And The Steep” hosts a cosmos of acclaimed musicians. All the following big names – drummer Jim Keltner who worked with John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Lucinda Williams, guitarist Marc Ribot who collaborated with Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss and bassist Larry “The Mole” Taylor of the famed Woodstock band Canned Heat, and also a longtime Waits collaborator have lent their talents to Cullens own.

Check him and his album out. And a big thanks to Richy for the tip!

One Response to “Climbing Up From Down Under”

  1. Anonymous 21/05/2013 at 07:48 #

    Heath is one of my favourite musicians, restrained, moody and soulful.

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