John Butler Trio

John Butler, Grant Gerathy, Byron Luiters


Fremantle, Australia


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Wikipedia_SYMBOL_TRANSPARENTThe John Butler Trio are an Australian roots and jam band led by guitarist and vocalist John Butler, an APRA and ARIA-award-winning musician. They formed in Fremantle in 1998 with Jason McGann on drums and Gavin Shoesmith on bass. By 2009, the trio consisted of Butler with Byron Luiters on bass and Nicky Bomba on drums and percussion, the latter being replaced by Grant Gerathy in 2013.

John Butler Trio_LOGOThe band’s second studio album, Three (2001) reached the top 30 in the Australian album charts and achieved platinum sales. The band’s subsequent studio albums: Sunrise Over Sea (2004); Grand National (2007); and April Uprising (2010) all debuted at the number one position on the Australian album charts, with all three albums reaching platinum sales status. Living 2001–2002 (2003), the band’s first live album, reached the top ten and also achieved platinum status in Australia. The band’s second live album, Live at St. Gallen (2005), also achieved gold record status. The band’s releases since 2002 have been marketed independently by Jarrah Records, which Butler co-owns with West Australian folk band the Waifs and manager of both acts, Philip Stevens. Their sixth studio album, Flesh & Blood, was released in February 2014. Continue reading →


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John Butler Trio plays Bluesfest: The Thrill Ain’t Gone

ECHO Netdaily



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