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Sleeping With the Blues is the first solo disc from Australian guitarist and songwriter Bill Chambers. On this self-produced effort, Chambers displays not only his musical prowess on a multitude of string instruments, including dobro and lap steel, but also his deep knowledge of American country, folk, and blues forms. Chambers' choice of cover versions — including John Sebastian's "Stories We Could Tell," Fred Eaglesmith's "Big Ass Garage Sale," and Mary Gauthier's "I Drink" — fit right in with the overall Americana theme of his original compositions. The album includes appearances by neo-traditionalist country singer Audrey Auld; Chambers' band, Dead Ringer; and his daughter, Kasey Chambers, who is a major star in Australia in her own right. Highly recommended.

Biography

Born: Australia

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Multi-instrumentalist Bill Chambers grew up in a small town in South Australia fascinated by American music. As a teenager he played any stringed instrument he could get his hands on. While still in high school, Chambers formed his first band, the Deerstalkers, keeping them together until his obligations as a husband and father overtook his involvement in music. While his children were still toddlers, Chambers made the bold move of moving his family into the wilderness for a few years to get away...
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