James Kenyon is one of Australia’s standout songwriters to emerge in 2016 after the release of his album ‘Imagine you are Driving’, produced by Nick Huggins.

Receiving four star reviews in both The Age and The Sydney Morning herald, Timber & Steel’s calls him ‘Australia’s most underrated songwriter’, while Radio National’s Inside Sleeve said ‘placing him amongst song-writers such as Paul Kelly and Don Walker is no exaggeration.’

Kenyon’s songs traverse love, loss, desperation and redemption, sometimes describing scenes and events in detail, the next moment zooming out to widescree,n with broad choruses and walls of harmony.

Kenyon’s music has been described as ‘a burning highway dreamscape of atmospheric energy and composure’, and has one him fans throughout Australia and New Zealand, where he plays music festivals (Swagger, Mullum, Nannup) and tours regularly with classically trained musicians Matt Dixon (pedal steel) and Luke Richardson (double bass).

Kenyon has been shortlisted for the Vanda & Young Song Contest, received a The Age award and Featured in the 2016 Melbourne Festival’s contemporary music program. He has shared the bill with Marlon Williams, Aldous Harding, Slow dancer,  Liz Stringer, Jordie Lane and many others.

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