Tom West

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18 Apr
The Wheatsheaf Hotel
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After two years living and working in Chicago as a touring musician and producer, performing, collaborating and building his next collection of songs, Adelaide raised songwriter Tom West returns to the Wheatsheaf hotel to share new stories and re-visit existing favourites. 

West is an Australian singer, guitarist & songwriter performing with a distinctive, androgynous vocal style, sometimes finger-picked guitars, stories intricately woven into music for immersive shows. 

Raised among the hills and surf worn coast of South Australia’s Fleurieu peninsula, West has been working and collaborating out of Chicago since March 2022.

“A document to accompany self-reflection and meditation. I’m Livin’ is truly special.”
- Rolling Stone Australia
“A Folk Singer From Outer Space’ somehow offers some soothing solace for the current, permeating state of loss and isolation.’
- American Songwriter

“**** With his unique voice, storytelling and folk sensibility he could pass for a modern-day Neil Young.” - Courier Mail 

“One of the best albums of 2020”
- Scenster

“His keening, androgynous voice - in an upper register that recalls Brian Aubert, frontman of Los Angeles indie rockers Silversun Pickups - is a joyously tuneful instrument, meshing with his finger-picked guitars, sprinklings of piano, bass and Ringo - like drums. West’s material … is consistently strong, with memorably melodic choruses…”
- The Australian

“Tom’s latest cut is a poignantly earnest slice of indie-folk that is bound to pull at your heartstrings...creating a sound that is undeniably cinematic and powerful.”
- The Vinyl District UK

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