Hamish Anderson is a dangerous blues rocker who'll play Firefly on Saturday.
Australia’s Hamish Anderson is the kind of guy parents warn their kids about: “Trouble” - just like the name of his debut album.
Anderson is a dangerous blues rocker and disciple of the three Kings (Albert, B.B. and Freddie) and Keith Richards with other influences including Tom Petty.
The bluesy singer-songwriter from Sydney, who has less than 100 American shows under his belt, will grace The Northeast Hub Stage at Firefly on Saturday in The Woodlands of Dover.
Anderson’s resume includes seven SXSW showcases. He’s also received an award for Best Blues Song by the Independent Music Awards for his single “Burn” and was profiled in Huffington Post “Beyond the Six Strings,” as well as The Blues Magazine UK for their “Future of Blues Music” issue in 2015.
His first single from the album “Trouble” has received spins on major-market AAA radio across the nation. It was featured on Spotify’s official “Blues & Roots Rock” playlist. The official video had an exclusive premiere on Relix.com.