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Geoff Achison

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Australian-born Geoff Achison attained a reputation within the mid-’90s among the even more acclaimed youthful blues guitarists, including successful the Albert Ruler Award for some encouraging guitarist in 1995, resulting in an endorsement cope with Gibson Guitars. Created in Victoria, Achison produced his method to Melbourne and discovered the blues from regional artists. His documented debut came with Big Machine in 1994 as well as the record garnered solid notices from critics and enthusiasts alike. Pursuing his Albert Ruler Award win in the 12th Annual International Blues Talent Competition in Memphis, Achison released the single acoustic album Secret Train, making him even more essential accolades. Gettin’ Bad (1999) presented his U.S. touring music group the Spirit Diggers support him and Live at St. Andrews and Souldiggin’ within the U.K. had been issued on the next 2 yrs (the latter being truly a live studio room saving). Keeping a relentless touring plan, Achison spent some of 2000 on the highway in the us with Popular Tuna and it has trained at Jorma Kaukonen’s Hair Peace Acoustic guitar Ranch.

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Full Name Geoff Achison
Date Of Birth August 5, 1965
Profession Singer, Composer, Guitarist
Nationality Australian
Music Songs Delta Dave, Kissing Angels, High Wire, Don't Play Guitar Boy, Whipping Post, Working My Way Back Home, Rule the World, I'm Gonna Ride, One Ticket, One Ride, Begging Bowl, Be Careful What You Wish For, Give Me Back My Numbers, Another Mile, Another Minute, Gimmie Some Lovin’, Chasing My Tail, Me and My Baby, Dreaming I'm Awake, A New Bad Habit, Magic Belt, Reason to Live, Find Yourself a Fool, Kerry Lou, I Wish You Were Mine, Front Porch Farewell, Bootbanger, Let It Happen, Rain Song, Baby Come Back, Make My Stand, Tying My Heart to a Stone, Sent to the Edge, Blew My Top
Albums Live At Burrinja Cafe, One Ticket, One Ride, Acho Solo, Another Mile, Another Minute, Mystery Train, Chasing My Tail

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