The Alpine Hotel
Jack Biilmann- Shade single tour Cooma + Special guest Michael John Horneman
In celebration of hard hitting new single SHADE, Jack Biilmann is back on tour and stopping by Cooma.
Cooma has always been a second home for Jack with a huge network of family and friends in town. To celebrate, The BIILMANN Beer will be exclusively available on the night for all to enjoy courtesy of Jindabyne Brewing and The Alpine Hotel. Local country music legend Michael John Hornemen will be the support act for the show.
Jack Biilmann is back into the spotlight in a big way with new single Shade. Shade shows off all of Biilmann’s strongest assets in one extremely neat package built on songwriting experience and calculated musicianship. Since his last tour Biilmann has been extremely busy working behind the scenes on a new project, sharing the stage arguably Australia’s biggest musical export John Farnham ,earned a guitar endorsement with world famous brand Maton guitars and stacks more exciting things that at this point aren’t able to be public knowledge.
As to be expected, Shade delivers the world class Biilmann guitar playing, clever lyrics, growling vocals and blues laced harmonica but that’s really just the tip of the Ice berg. As a follow up to the highly sucessful 2018 release of The Hills Have Eyes, Shade comes as an extremely appropriate jam with some alternative elements and fresh approach. The production team of Matt Barnes (recording engineer) & Kay Ansah (Mixing engineer & beats) have done a stellar job on producing a very polished a modern groove heavy blues/roots track Don’t miss your opportunity to see Jack in extremely intimate rooms on this run + sing loud and proud when that anthem of a chorus hits.
Michael John Horneman:
Born in the working class town of Wollongong, before moving to Cooma in country NSW, Michael grew up on a property twenty kilometers out of town. Michael’s music loving parents fostered a passion for music throughout his childhood, which led to further study in Melbourne after high school. The five years in Melbourne’s musical melting pot, gave Michael the opportunity for chance meetings and exposure to some of Australia’s greatest artists. This left Michael with a deep sense of conviction that as an artist, though the road can be long and hard, the joy of sharing music and giving people hope was the catalyst to steer Michael down his career path so far. A return to his childhood town from 2013 gave Michael the creative space to write and develop as an artist without compromising on being true to himself.