Bill Chambers + AP D'Antonio
A.P D'Antonio, South Australia's finalist on the voice 2018 works within the boundaries of the old folk masters to deliver an authentic take on 1920's-1940's country, folk and blues. His one man show has taken him all over the country playing bar rooms and festivals including Woodford folk festival, Cygnet folk festival, Majors creek folk festival and more. Packing along a banjo and guitar, a.p sings songs of rambling, brawling, gambling, up's and down's, love had and lost and some traditional favourites. His freewheeling, raw style has won over crowds across the country and he has become a favourite at festivals and venues alike!
Bill continues to tour the world playing in daughter Kasey’s band and also his own solo shows, playing anything from house concerts and coffee lounges to major festivals. If you’ve been in the audience at a Bill Chambers concert you’ll notice he always travels with a swag of guitars showcasing his connection to different styles of music that he’s been influenced by over the years. “I grew up listening to the Hillbilly music my mum and dad played when i was a kid. I discovered early Rock’n’Roll, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. In recent times I’ve been particularly influenced by the Texas Singer/Songwriters”. When he's not on the road you'll most likely find Bill producing and playing on some other artists album. “I consider myself lucky to have worked in the studio with so many talented people over the years, it's always exciting to discover new artists and work on great songs”. Bill has produced albums for Catherine Britt, Audrey Auld, Amos Morris, Jessica Belle, Sandra Humphries and HalleyAnna Finlay from Texas. When you see Bill Chambers live on stage its evident that his music reflects his early influences and resonates with stories of his life on the road.