The buzz on Jimblah is getting louder with each month that passes since his acclaimed album Phoenix dropped. Considered by critics as one of the most important and powerful albums of 2013, it was recognised by being shortlisted for the prestigious Australian Music Prize.
In the short space of a year Jimblah has emerged from the Adelaide Hills to a growing and dedicated fanbase and glowing endorsements from Australian music royalty. He joined Paul Kelly to record a cover of Hunters & Collectors’ classic True Tears of Joy; performed with Yothu Yindi at the National Indigenous Music Awards and toured nationally with the all conquering Horrorshow.
Most recently Jimblah joined Archie Roach, Horrorshow, Thelma Plum and more at the Apology Concert at Melbourne’s Myer Music Bowl. With all of this in mind, Jimblah is celebrating with album launches in Melbourne and Adelaide this April.