Brian Heywood | Too Late (3AM)

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Too Late (3AM)

by Brian Heywood

Too Late (3am) is Brian Heywood's second solo single release and is a dark and moody look and getting out of a tight spot, but with a hopeful outcome... Moody rock ballad with male vocal
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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Brian is an Australian musician who relocated to the UK in the early 80's and is now based back in Melbourne. A guitarist, vocalist, bandleader, arranger, composer, producer and award winning song writer - Brian has a formidable array of skills and experience. He is just as at home on a big festival stage in outback Western Australia as an indie live music club in the heart of London.

Specialising in edgy roots fusion music, previous work has received comments such as "... aggressive, top notch fiddling set off by periodic guitar explosions." - Tom Nelligan, Dirty Linen Magazine (USA), "Just when it seemed as if newer electric British roots bands were getting thinner on the ground - Very welcome and very good." - fROOTS Magazine (UK) and Steve Barnes Fairbridge Festival Artistic Director (Australia) - "... a rocking band - I was delighted with the audience response."

Brian's original material draws on many sources from country, progressive, latin and blues rock to folk/celtic and traditional material.

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