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Russell Morris Sharkmouth Awarded Gold Record

by Paul Cashmere on May 23, 2013

in News,Noise Pro

Russell Morris has been awarded his first Gold Record in decades thanks to his album ‘Sharkmouth’.

Russell Morris, Long Way To The Top, Ros O'Gorman Photo

Russell Morris, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

The veteran Australian rocker recorded the blues ‘Sharkmouth’ as a “labour of love”. Robert Rigby’s Ambition Music Group saw the potential and released the album.

Rigby awarded Russell Morris and producer Mitch Cairns the Gold Record today on a day with double the good news for Russell. APRA also announced that ‘Sharkmouth’ had been nominated for Blues and Roots Work Of The Year with the winner to be announced on June 17 at the APRA Music Awards in Melbourne.

Russell Morris tour dates are:

MAY
Fri 24th – Steve Waugh Foundation, Rooty Hill RSL
Sat 25th – Sun 26th – Broadbeach Blues

JUNE
9th – Espy St Kilda
12th – Friends Restaurant Perth
13th – Newport Hotel Fremantle
14th – Charles Hotel Nth Perth
15th – Ravenswood Hotel Ravenswood
28th – Country Club Launceston
29th – Wrest Point Hobart

JULY
4th – Milton Theatre
5th – Club Sapphire Merimbula
6th – Vikings Club Auditorium Canberra
12th – The Palms at Crown Casino

AUGUST
24th – Gympie Muster

SEPTEMBER
12th- Toronto Workers
13th – Hexham Bowling Club
14th – Soldiers Bay
15th – West New Lambton
21st – 22nd – Spiegeltent Brisbane Festival

OCTOBER
4th – Deniliquin Muster
5th – Caloundra Music Festival
6th – Great Southern Blues Festival Narooma
11th – SS&A Club Albury
12th – Wendouree Foreshore
13th – Lake Weeroona Festival Bendigo
18th – Anglesea Music Festival
19th – Wingham Festival

NOVEMBER
3rd – Wangaratta Jazz Festival
8th – 10th – Bridgetown Blues Festival

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