Oh boy what a time we've had!
It's so good to be playing music with musicians and with a real live audience again. Thanks a heap to all those of you who have been to recent shows and I look forward to seeing many more of you at a show soon.
There's much to look forward to in 2022 kicking off with a Wayne Jury 4 show at Pistol Pete's and then reliving the music of the great
Pink Floyd with 'The Great Gig in the Sky' at Memo Music Hall - featuring a killer 8 piece band and some of Australia's finest singers. It will be an honour to share the stage with them.
I'm also so happy to be a part of "Sing a song of sixpence" at the Potato Shed in Drysdale February 6. see below...
Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival runs from February 10- 13 and I'm pretty rapt to be part of this amazing festival once again.
More shows below...I'll see you in the soup.
Wayne Jury joins Mick Thomas,
Charm of Finches, Delsinki, and
Lee Spence - accompanied by
Sing a song of sixpence
“Sing a Song of Sixpence” - which brings the tradition of a
writer's round to audiences: artists sharing the bare bones
of their songs and the stories behind them in an intimate
setting. The next round will feature Mick Thomas,
Charm of Finches, Delsinki, Lee Spence, Wayne Jury and will be accompanied by James Macaulay.
Or alternatively call The Potato Shed to speak to their friendly staff! 03 5251 1998
“Singing the blues with nothing but a guitar and a passion, he's all grass roots and heart - somewhat like the late Dutch Tilders”. CHRIS LAMBIE Rhythms Magazine May/June 2018.
“Wayne Jury is one of the best blues singers in this country.”
Michael Smith, Drum Media Sydney.
Wayne Jury is more than blues. Recognised as a multitalented tunesmith (signed as ‘House Writer’ and artist to the legendary J Albert and Son Publishing, home of ACDC, Rose Tattoo, Easybeats since 1994.) His versatility as a performer sees him at ease with ensembles or solo, delving deep into soul, jazz, and rock to combine these genres with his distinctive voice, style, and performance.
Fronting rock bands across Australia since he was 16 he’s been called on by some of Australia’s most iconic bands to front their gigs when they’ve been missing a lead singer. His initiation into the world of music began in Geelong supporting Australia’s finest touring bands (AC/DC, Ayres Rock, Little River Band, Buffalo, Cold Chisel, Dragon, to name but a few). Since then he has played thousands of gigs all over Australia, including opening for blues greats Robert Cray, Albert Collins, Canned Heat, BB King, Chris Cain, and Buddy Guy. His own bands have included Black Cat Moan, soul band Drybones, as well as frontman for legends Ron & Jeff King (Foreday Riders) and young guitar prodigy, Nathan Cavalleri.