Gwyn Ashton (born 1961, Wales) is a blues/rock guitarist and singer-songwriter.
Welsh-born and singer/songwriter/guitarist Gwyn Ashton migrated to Adelaide, South Australia in the 1960s, picked up a guitar at 12 and at 16 started his musical journey, playing bars and festivals across the country.
He relocated to Sydney in 1983, formed his own trio with drummers John Lalor (Heaven, The Beast, Swanee, Cheetah), Richard Harvey (Divinyls, Party Boys), John Watson (Australian Crawl, James Rayne, Daryl Braithwaite) and played stints with Swanee and Stevie Wright.
In 1991 he moved to Melbourne, recorded his first two albums Feel The Heat (1993) and Beg, Borrow & Steel (1996). During that time he also played with Jim Keays, Mick Pealing and opened for Junior Wells, Rory Gallagher, Steve Morse and Albert Lee.
In 1996 Ashton relocated to Europe, picking up supports with B.B. King, JohnnyЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Fang It! [2000, альбом]
- Beg, Borrow & Steel [2001, альбом]
- Feel the Heat [18.12.2001, альбом]
- Prohibition [20.03.2008, альбом]
- Two Man Blues Army (feat. Dave Small) [16.06.2009, альбом]
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