The Bakers Digest
Genre:Alt. Country, Blues, Folk, Rock, Rockabilly
With their facial hair, sweeping locks and two-steppin’ dance moves, The Bakers Digest deliver a gutsy style of 60s inspired folk n' roll.
play pause play, 2012: "They're a little bit country, and a little bit rock n' roll. Then there's these keys over the top that make it really damn cool. And that guy is a friggin' DEMON on the keys."
Tone Deaf: "The boys hit the stage with a roar of a beautiful clean guitar and an organ sound that could make you feel as though you were standing in a cathedral, not to mention that front man Tom Mason resembled Grizzly Adams wielding a Stratocaster. The Adelaide boys played a half hour set of what could be described as 70s rock ’n’ roll, very strongly influenced by bands such as Steppenwolf and The Doors. Their music feels like watching a band open for The Doors back in 1970. The boys from Bakers Digest performed a very strong and compelling set."
FasterLouder: "The marriage between the crisp guitar and organ sounds were delicious, not to mention front man Tom Mason’s enticing vocals. Star of the set goes to single, Money Goes Lately. It’s hard not to love a bit of old folk n’ roll, isn’t it?"
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