Amos Morris has been hailed the hottest new up and coming country artist Australia has to offer. Following his 2009 Golden Guitar win for vocal collaboration along with Warren H Williams and John Williamson, it appears Amos is well on his way to stardom.
He won his first Golden Guitar back in 2008 for the Anne Kirkpatrick produced album “Sign Of The Times” released on Nulla Records through EMI. Amos Morris’ live shows display his unique Aussie talent, featuring his own original songs and a tasty blend of country and blues licks on electric and acoustic guitar.
The new album “Life Goes On” takes his musical vision a step further with producer Bill Chambers encouraging Amos to broaden his style and play more guitar on his own recording. Apart from an old Hank Snow ballad and a RockaBilly version of Gordon Parsons “Blue Days and Dark Nights” the album highlights Amos’ own songs about his life experience.
Listening to the opening track “Come My Brothers” a perfect multicultural song for these times, one can’t help being drawn into a small part of Amos’ world and taking away a new insight into this delicate topic.
Life indeed does go on for Amos Morris, while the new album seems set to take him down new roads and broader horizons.