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Acerca de Guy Pearce
Celebrating the forthcoming release of his second album, titled “The Nomad”, Guy Pearce will perform an intimate, semi-acoustic concert Arts Centre Melbourne this July.
Produced by his old friend, acclaimed singer/songwriter/producer Joe Henry, “The Nomad” is a collection of deeply personal songs, all written by Pearce, each one reflecting upon the dramatic changes in his life since releasing his debut album, “Broken Bones” in 2014.
With his three-decade, internationally successful career as an award-winning actor, the unveiling of “Broken Bones” took fans and critics alike by surprise for many reasons – not the least which being that his long-hidden musical talents revealed an accomplished pianist, guitarist, singer and songwriter; an artist not afraid to bear his emotions (check out the soaring “Overflow” and the exquisite title track, “Broken Bones”) nor afraid to poke fun at himself (as in the quirky “Fly All The Way” and noisy “Leader Of The Land”).
Pearce then impressed local fans when he performed the album at sold-out shows in Melbourne and Sydney, before hitting the road with ex-Powderfinger veteran, Darren Middleton on their acclaimed multi-city ‘Broken Translations’ tour.
For “The Nomad”, he will perform one show only – in between filming commitments in Europe and Australia - with a four-piece band comprising of his long time friend Tim Neal on keyboards, Marty Brown on drums, Steve Ely on electric guitar and himself on piano and guitar.
Whilst “Broken Bones” is lushly produced with layers of vocals, strings and synths, there is still a familiar delicacy that is also evident with “The Nomad”, the latter inviting the listener to feel more up-close-and-personal with Pearce, who recorded the album with an exceptional line-up of musicians: Patrick Warren (piano, Hammond B3 & synth), David Piltch (upright & electric bass), Adam Levy (acoustic & electric guitar), Jay Bellerose (drums & percussion), Levon Henry (sax & clarinet) and the Section Quartet Orchestra, with partner and mother of his first-born son, actor Carice van Houten singing backing vocals on two tracks.