The John Butler Trio are an Australian roots/rock band led by guitarist and vocalist John Butler, an APRA and ARIA-award-winning musician. They formed in Fremantle in 1998 with Jason McGann on drums and Gavin Shoesmith on bass. By 2009, the trio consisted of Butler with Byron Luiters on bass and Nicky Bomba on drums and percussion, the latter being replaced by Grant Gerathy in 2013.
Live at Red Rocks (The John Butler Trio album). Live at Red Rocks is the fourth live album of The John Butler Trio. It was recorded on 4 June 2010 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and was streamed live to fans around the world at Livestream. The album was released in July 2011. Disc 1. "Introduction" – 0:57. Used to Get High" – 4:27. I'd Do Anything" – 3:46. Don't Wanna See Your Face" – 3:37.
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The John Butler Trio is an eclectic roots/jam band from Australia led by guitarist and vocalist John Butler. They have independently released five studio albums, the last three of which debuted at in Australia, and have had eight Top 40 singles. Having developed a great reputation as a live act, the band have also released three live albums. Apart from their little-known debut album, all of their releases have been on Jarrah Records, co-owned by Butler and The Waifs. John Butler was born on April 1, 1975 in Torrance, California, to an Australian father and American mother.
So says John Butler, the singer, songwriter and activist who is Australia’s most acclaimed and successful independent musician. I steer my career with my heart, says the American born guitarist who resides in remote Western Australia. Creativity can take many forms. For example I like to spend time in my shed making pocket knives, I paint, and climb trees, and hang out with my family. All these things can run in parallel with each other. Unlike the singer’s previous works, he created this one largely without the other members of his Trio due to the inner chaos he experienced during the writing and recording process. Life’s a balancing act, he explains. Like many people, sometimes I’m anxious and stressed, sometimes I’m not – and this time, I was smothered by broken coping mechanisms, childhood baggage and brooding existentialism.
Three (The John Butler Trio album). Redirected from 3 (The John Butler Trio album)). Three is the second studio album of Australian jam band The John Butler Trio. All the music and lyrics were written and arranged by John Butler. The album was recorded, engineered and mixed by Shaun O'Callaghan at Studio Couch, North Fremantle, Western Australia. It was mastered at Woodstock Studios by Robin Mai, Nicky Bomba and Joe Camilleri. The album was produced by the John Butler Trio and Shaun O'Callaghan
All lyrics from John Butler album, popular John Butler Trio songs with tracklist and information about album. Label Not On Label (The John Butler Trio Self-released). Mastered By. Richard Mahony, Shaun O'Callaghan.
The album was produced by the John Butler Trio and Shaun O'Callaghan. The cover concept was designed by John Butler with Matt and Iowana at Insomnia Design. There were guest appearances by: Paul Boon - didgeridoo. George Rrurrambu - intro vocals on "Money". Rosie Johnstone, David Broadfoot & Brenda Fost - backing vocals. In 2001 Three won the Australian ARIA award for 'Best Independent Release' (the ARIAs are Australia's highest awards in the music industry).